Proposed data protection law won’t protect personal data from the government
Human milk banks are sourcing and supplying donated milk to babies whose mothers cannot breastfeed
What picqued us in 2019? Picked us up? Let us down? A stocktaking of the year’s top events and wired personages.
Students of Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University were the face of the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act. The solidarity from students and citizens, cutting across region and religion, reflected the angst against the government
The Parliament nod to Citizenship Amendment Bill has raised questions about secularism. Are politicians sacrificing the state's interest at the altar of Hindutva politics?
The deadly equation between politicians and weapons has never been a mystery. But when MPs amend the gun law so as to keep their arsenal intact and safe, it raises concerns
MPs’ individual efforts for progressive laws lose sting due to government apathy
In a country where 90 rapes are reported every day and extrajudicial killings rarely shock people, the gunning down of the Hyderabad rape suspects only hints at a sloppy judicial system