Rashmi Singh

OPEN TO OPINION

Between the Lines

The writer is an Associate Editor with NewsFlicks, India Today.

POLITICS

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Delhi government's ban on manual sewer cleaning not enough to clean up Indian mentality

About 100 workers die every year while entering the confined space at high temperatures, with slippery walls and floor, and toxic gases.

POLITICS

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Why triple talaq verdict won't change much for the Muslim women

The debate needs to shift to women abandoned by husbands, without a legal divorce, among all religious communities.

POLITICS

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Shameful, woman loses 5-star hotel job over complaint of sexual assault

The footage shows the hotel's security manager pulling the woman employee's sari.

VOICES

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Varnika Kundu's courage shows how women can reclaim the Indian street

The case has stirred a positive discussion, mainly galvanised by her strong stand.

POLITICS

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Blame India's deepening class bias, not just malls, for dhoti bans

As a society we are becoming too conscious about who we share our public spaces with.

VOICES

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What Maharashtra needs more urgently than beef detection kits

But of course Mr Devendra Fadnavis, all the rest can wait for they are not priorities.

VARIETY

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Lynching is a lynching: The next Junaid Khan could be anyone

To profile the attacking mob on the basis of age, religion, political affiliation shifts the focus from the bigger problem.

POLITICS

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Cheating Indians of holidays is nonsensical. Ask Google

It is an insult to the average Hindustani who can go to office everyday and still be unproductive.

POLITICS

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As long as gods are used for votes, Indian atheists will get killed

But, as education and financial security increase, and religion continues to be a point of conflict, more citizens may take pride in mentioning 'no religion' as their religion.

POLITICS

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