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Sexism's toll on Journalism
The report shows that the two-fold danger to which many women journalists are subjected is far too common, not only in traditional reporting fields as well as new digital areas and the Internet, but a...
by  | On 08 Mar 2021
Weekend Ruminations: The meaning of 'partly free'
How far the govt will go towards establishing its control depends on the effectiveness of domestic institutional resistance and on how much it wants to risk international censure.
by T.N. Ninan | On 08 Mar 2021
Women challenging stereotypes in the Covid-world
Our industry has an overall 90:10 gender split in leadership positions. The ratio is improving in pre-media, publishing and media. Can we do more to address the gender imbalance in the industry? [Fir...
by  | On 08 Mar 2021
Know Your Publishing Space: Open Access Publishing
Publishing research in open access journals has been widely discussed over the last decade. Both free access and open access give the reader seamless access to research papers/articles. So, what’s the...
by Shubhada Nagarkar | On 05 Feb 2021
ADB’s Comprehensive Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has become a major global crisis that requires country, regional, and global intervention, as well as collaboration to mitigate damage to economies and peop...
by Asian Development Bank | On 25 Jan 2021
Tribute: Diego Maradona
Even now, over 30 years after he scored that incredible ‘goal of the century’ against the English team in the World Cup, and despite his later descent into drugs and addictions, Maradona remains an ic...
by Shibaji Bose | On 29 Dec 2020
Prakriti Karyashala Case Studies: Villagers Unite Against Illegal Mining
In Sawar village in Ajmer, over the years private mining companies, extracting stone and marble that is exported all over the world, have progressively encroached on village common lands. Not only h...
by Anjali P Iyer | On 27 Nov 2020
Redressing Violence Against Women in COVID 19: Experience of Hospital-based Centres in Mumbai, India
The pandemic has brought a sharp focus on the issue of domestic violence. Over the last few months while COVID 19 has in general led to deaths and disruption of lives, it has, in particular, been an e...
by Sangeeta Rege | On 24 Nov 2020
The Untold Story of the Left in Indian Science
A number of scientists, such as Meghnad Saha, Husain Zaheer, Sahab Singh Sokhey, were not only founders of Indian science, but also close to the Communist Party of India.
by Prabir Purkayastha | On 19 Oct 2020
The Sunday Edit: Sports in/and Schools: Let’s play safe!
Money-spinning school sports tournaments and games are about to be revived, albeit with COVID restrictions, even as sports grounds in schools are deteriorating and disappearing. The National Educatio...
by Padma Prakash | On 02 Aug 2020
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