Kuri-Maar | A Colonial Practice of killing a girl child

Probing the history of infanticide, we find, probably it would have been for the battle of throne. In Punjab, its first documented history goes back to the same colonial period, particularly after the annexation of the region by John Lowrance in 1846.

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Gender Debate| Changing masculinity over the years

If there’s one thing the human race loves dearly, it’s putting labels on things. Someone who exhibits specific physical attributes is labeled a man, and we expect that person to react in a certain way.

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Do Fairness Creams sell racism in the Indian market?

The ads for fairness creams endorse sexism, racism, and misogyny and are insulting to women. They’ll show a girl who is of a dark complexion, and she gets denied a job or a marriage opportunity because of that. Then her mother or her friend would suggest her a fairness cream

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Was the depression responsible for Sushant Rajput’s death?

‘Depression got him too?’ I murmur to myself, as vivid recollections of my encounter with the illness flood my head. With a four-week baby to care for, I recall how skillfully I had managed to convince myself that the world would be so much better-off without me. As I painstakingly shake those memories off, my mind goes back to Sushant.

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