Are we telling the students of today that there is no worth in understanding border relationships, diplomacy, security, federalism and secularism – the most important tenet of our constitution?
This article is for those of us who, growing up, realised there was a world behind the glossy curtain of incredible India.
As someone from Tipra community in the Northeast who grew up in Jaipur, I not only faced discrimination from those outside my community but also from my own.
A Class 12 student part of the Guwahati chapter of 'Fridays For Future' on how climate change disproportionately affects indigenous communities, the LGBTQIA+ community, people with disability and women.
Since June 26, the activist has been on a hunger strike in Kathmandu to demand a "better COVID-19 response from the government".
The lockdown has been brutally unequal in its consequences.
“By providing relief, we are taking away the responsibility of the government and easing public outrage towards a broken system, but we can’t leave people to suffer either.”