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Story Posted on 03-06-2020


 |  KOCH DIARIES  |  6-minute read
Cooch Behar, Covid-19, Mamata Banerjee

North Bengal: Pandemic is new, neglect endemic

The government left North Bengal a long time ago. A pandemic is not going to bring it back.


 |  7-minute read
Sonam Wangchuk, Made In China, Vocal for local, Makeinindia

Make in India vs Made in China: Who outweighs the other?

India has to assess whether it is time to look the dragon in the eye, or face the mirror.


 |  4-minute read
Pornography, Sexuality, Visually impaired persons, Disability

The Blind Spot: Exploring the sexuality of the visually impaired

Blind people have sex, watch porn, experience pleasure, have beautiful bodies and colourful personalities. It's high time we stopped judging, and started acknowledging them for who they are.


 |  6-minute read
Donald Trump, Black Lives Matter, Cyclones, Nisargalandfall

DailyOh! How bad was Great Bombay Cyclone, to how military curbed 1992 protests in US

The Great Bombay Cyclone of 1882 reportedly left over 1 lakh people dead.


 |  7-minute read
Corona warriors, Anxiety, Mental Health, Doctors

Corona Warriors: Fear and fight in the medical room

Every doctor, every policeman, and every health service personnel has a fight much bigger than the pandemic itself — the fight against their own fears.


 |  5-minute read
Caa-nrc protest, Ram mandir babri masjid case, Article 370 revoked, Modi2.0

Modi 2.0: The story so far

In the fast-changing post-Covid-19 global order, the world is facing an unprecedented leadership crisis. India is relatively better, with Modi's ratings still high both domestically and internationally.


 |  PARIS DIARY  |  5-minute read
Migrant labourers, Racism in USA, Deconfinement, Coronavirus pandemic

Paris Dairies: Villains and Heroes

Who are the heroes and who are the villains? Every story has good guys and bad guys and the best stories are when the bad guys, unexpectedly, do good deeds.


 |  4-minute read
Investment in healthcare, Corporate social responsibility, Public health system, Covid19

Why social impact must be independent of Covid-19

Industries need to understand that social impact is necessary, and seeing a programme implemented in action is important than merely donating to a cause.