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Jul 10, 2019
Should therapy be political? Influence of social factors on mental health may make a case for such an approachExpressing politics through therapy ultimately means having a political opinion in the first place, before eventually recognising that the issues of the client who comes for therapy also have socio-political roots.
Jun 28, 2019
India and the Indian: Will we never be able to achieve consensus on being legitimately Indian, writes Aakash Singh RathoreSwept away by the exclusivistic sense of the nation, we, in our fear and weakness, are permitting it to define who gets to be a bona fide Indian — always with tragic consequences.
Nov 13, 2018
MeToo and savarna feminism: Revolutions cannot start with the privileged, feminist future must be equal for allMainstream feminism in India aka upper-caste or savarna feminism, as it exists today, is problematic.
Jul 25, 2018
As mental healthcare remains inaccessible to most, narrative therapy provides an inclusive approachNarrative therapy puts the therapist and the client on the same level, which allows the client to know that their choices are respected and that a safe space is available to them
Jul 01, 2017
Meira Kumar invokes Mahatma Gandhi, supports slogan of 'do or die' in fight for poor, minoritiesOpposition presidential candidate Meira Kumar Friday invoked Mahatma Gandhi and gave the slogan of "do or die" in the fight for poor and minorities
Mar 12, 2016
Album review: In 'Eat Pray Thug' Heem raps of being Indian in New York after 9/11It’s a surprise to listen to Heem’s Eat Pray Thug, that features Himanshu Suri rapping about being Indian in New York during 9/11
Feb 17, 2016
After 47 years of stellar work, JNU is now anti-national? For the love of our country, stop!We don’t know how we – professors and students at JNU who are involved in the most nationalistic of all causes, imparting and taking in knowledge – have suddenly become anti-nationals