Since the anti-CAA protests, the administration has been using various ways to muzzle voices of dissent by issuing showcause notices, registering FIRs and deploying police personnel permanently on campus.
'Something hurts me at random times of the day. Tears suddenly want to pour out when I am working.'
During the peak of the Taliban rule in 1999, not a single girl was enrolled in a secondary school and merely 4% of those eligible were at primary schools. Now …
Four-time Olympic champion Biles had admitted to being weighed down by the expectation of competing at the Games.
I want to spend the remainder of my life doing what pleases me the most.
Mukadam, a 27-year-old woman and daughter of Pakistan's former ambassador to South Korea, was brutally killed in Islamabad on July 20.
Science fiction doesn’t just introduce us to speculative technologies – the genre explores how they might affect society too.
As Adivasi students in spaces of higher education, we often find dissonance between lived realities and the vocabularies of development used to study our communities.