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Indian Women's Movement loses two stalwarts
Gail Omvedt, feminist scholar, dalit and feminist activist passed away on August 25, 2021. Just a week later, Sonal Shukla social activist, and a pioneer activist of the women's movement in the western region passed on.

-09 Sep 2021

Return of the LDF in Kerala: LDF making history
LDF government all set to return to power for the second term, it will be creating history as in the last 40 years, the state has alternated its governments every five years.

-02 May 2021

Media Monitoring Report 2020: In Turkey, one in six journalists has an ongoing trial
The Turkish Association of Journalists (GCD) published today its Annual Media Monitoring Report documenting the state of press freedom in Turkey for the year 2020. The report addresses a number of topics such as the impact of the COVID-19, disinformation, the new internet regulation, the situation o...

-16 Feb 2021

Health experts and activists seek probe into deaths/adverse events post Covid vaccination
Health experts, health workers, activists have written to the health ministry and concerned others seeking a full investigation of the 11 deaths between January 16 and 30, 2021 post the administration of a COVID vaccination.

-02 Feb 2021

India Budget 2021 amidst pandemic: Expectations high
Union Budget 2021 India Live, FM Nirmala Sitharaman Speech Live Updates: Expectations are high that the government will boost economic revival by focussing on infrastructure, healthcare, agriculture, rural economy, MSMEs sectors impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown restrictions.

-01 Feb 2021

Know your Publishing Space: Preprints: Boon or Bane?
This essay addresses preprints, their advantages and disadvantages, the degree of public acceptance, and global promotional campaigns. It also focuses on dubious preprint servers as a source of scientific misinformation. It concludes with a cautio...
Shubhada Nagarkar

eSS Sunday Edit: Do the Liberal Arts Have Any Authority in the Digital Age?
It is likely that the ‘authority’ of the literary text requires a rethinking. The teacher has traditionally been invested with epistemic authority: the legitimate exercise of knowledge and expertise-as-power in the transmissi...
Pramod K. Nayar

eSSay:The Managerial University and Liberal Arts’ Balancing Act
The managerialism that marks the HEIs has altered the Liberal Arts’ perception of itself and the face it presents to the world. Can the academic manager build opinions, policies and decisions about the Liberal Arts in the quantification-...
Pramod K. Nayar
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