Vandana

OPEN TO OPINION

Author is a Delhi-based journalist.

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Explained: How Jio Institute won the Institution of Eminence tag

Jokes and words of criticism are a result of misinformation or the lack of details in public domain.

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Blaming the victim? Congress IT cell chief Divya Spandana defending a sexual harassment accused is a major setback to Indian women

Even as the party is hit by molestation scandal, party president Rahul Gandhi is yet to respond to a letter written by the victim.

LIFE

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Why the court is right in asking if men should pay compensation when a live-in relationship breaks up

Live-in relationships cannot be equated with one-night stands that revolve around casual consensual sex and just having a gala time.

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Hum sabke Mann ki Baat - A suggestion for the PM's next address

Prime Minister Modi has asked for ideas towards his radio series. So, here's a full speech he could deliver.

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No, India is not the world's most dangerous country for women

The country is no paradise for women but calling it the worst amounts to deliberate spreading of misinformation.

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Happiness curriculum: What Arvind Kejriwal's smile can teach Narendra Modi

The Delhi government has made a great move towards reinforcing the fact that life is more than just marks.

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Why hatred and hate speech are not social media inventions

Today, we are waging online verbal riots that are causing wounds so deep that the scars may never heal.

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Airtel bigotry controversy shows corporations are driven by profits, not philosophy

It is interesting how companies are ready to provide us anything we want, undiluted communalism or secularism, as long as we pay for it.

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Virat Kohli taking on Mumbai man for littering shows he has much to learn from Sachin Tendulkar

There is no such thing as enough publicity. Cricketing careers are short and film careers shorter.