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Sep 25, 2019
Unsafe in border districts, sexually harassed and discriminated elsewhere, status of Indian women remain dismal, claims RSS reportAccording to a report on the status of Indian women, published by an NGO associated with the RSS, there’s a glaring disparity in wages between male and female workers in India with the unemployment rate higher among women between 18 and 30 years
Sep 24, 2019
Indian economy struggles to expand with rising unemployment rates, stagnant wages, poor female participation in labour forceThe unemployment rate of both male and female in urban areas in unambiguously higher than those in the countryside.
Sep 17, 2019
Rahul Mehrotra on how architecture is being divorced from social context, why we should revise definition of urbanityIn a masterclass at the India Culture Lab, Rahul Mehrotra held forth on the limited definition of urban in India, how architecture is being dictated more by aesthetics than utility and why we should build to foster empathy
May 22, 2019
Sex education in schools is a must to tackle India's sexual violence epidemicSex ed includes reproductive health, STDs, contraceptives, consent & gender equality – all of which are key to addressing sexual violence.
Jan 04, 2019
Unemployment biggest problem facing India, claims Nitin Gadkari; says government needs to create more opportunitiesUnion Minister Nitin Gadkari stressed on the need to think about how to create employment opportunities in rural and urban areas of India, saying unemployment is the biggest of the major problems facing the country
Aug 02, 2018
Over 43,000 villages lack mobile services: Taking stock of wireless connectivity across India in six chartsTelecom minister Manoj Sinha says that the top Indian states that lack mobile connectivity include those affected by left wing extremism (LWE).
Jan 15, 2018
Women's rights: State should mandate education, employment and not rely on fathers, father-in-laws, husbandsIt seems clear that in the eyes of the law, women are meant to be cared for at all stages of their lives by men: Fathers, husbands, and if not husbands, then father-in-laws.
Sep 10, 2017
Gauri Lankesh's assassins will likely never be caught because India's police hasn't kept up with the timesBut the police is still operating in a system that was instituted by the British to manage neighbourhood 'law and order' rather than solving crime through detection.
May 03, 2017
'Mobile internet witnesses faster users growth in rural India'The report noted that total monthly average mobile bill has decreased over time, reflecting the greater affordability of mobile services in India.
Apr 27, 2016
Wake up call for govt? PM's pet project Swacch Bharat lagging in urban IndiaIndia’s toilet-construction programme–part of the Swachh Bharat plan to make India open-defecation free by 2019 is slipping, according to government data.