• THE PLIGHT OF THE LGBT+ COMMUNITY IN THE WORKPLACE0

      Gay rights parade in New Delhi on 12 November 2017   by Yuvraj Trivedi       29 July 2020 The LGBT+ community can be classified as a segregated group who are denied basic human dignity and rights. While the new labour laws are said to be an important discussion of the society, the issue

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  • India: Modi Faced with Covid-Dilemma! 0

    by Nilofar Suhrawardy           29 July 2020 Democratically speaking and as per the Indian Constitution, each life matters in India too and not just for votes. COVID-phase has certainly placed communication strategies of key Indian leaders in a tight spot. Shrewd political strategies can work only to a limited extent when people

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  • Intimidating China is One Thing, Overpowering It, An Absurd Dream!0

      by Taj Hashmi       27 June 2020 At the end of the Cold War in 1990, we all heaved a big sigh of relief, as the two superpowers didn’t destroy themselves and the world! What was seemingly “inevitable” – the Third World War – didn’t take place. Despite having some major military conflicts

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  • Afghan Peace Deal, Regional Stability and the United States0

    By Irfan Mahar    27 July 2020 Afghan Peace deal that concluded between the U.S. and Taliban was really a good sign which could generate peace within a war trodden region which has been remained under conflict for very long. As far as the U.S. involvement and policies with regard to Afghan issues are concerned,

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  • The Pandemic Pressure of Covid-19 in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh0

    by Ala Uddin   27 July 2020 The Covid-19 pandemic has overtaken the planet since the beginning of this year. After the first case of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), was reported in Wuhan city of China, in December 2019, the deadly virus has spread across the planet.

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  • India: Increasing rape – Is stringency an answer?0

    by Prateek Khandelwal and Nikhil Hans   26 July 2020 INTRODUCTION To raise voice against the lacunas in law is natural for any civil society and to assure more security to the citizen is the duty of the government. But what is the limit of ‘more’? Should very ‘highlighted’ incident lead to more stringency? And whether

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  • Bangladesh’s fight against COVID-19: Corruption the main obstacle0

    by Mohammad Kepayet Ullah    25 July 2020 Corruption in the health department is like a fairy tale. Fourth class employees own hundreds of thousands of money — this story is found in the book of fairy tales. Abjal of the Department of Health has made that myth a reality. However, those involved in the

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