Read more: Book Review: Gendering Caste through a feminist lens by Uma Chakravarti
Caste has been made to be this ambiguous concept, painted by mainstream media and society to be almost holographic in nature. Thus a privileged individual grows up questioning if caste still exists or is it just an excuse for reservation and a term used to discredit merit? But what is caste and what does caste mean to a feminist? Uma Chakravarti in this book breaks down the internalised casteist notions and practices hidden behind the garb of tradition and ritual.
Read more: A Furry Socio-Economic Indicator: Deliberating Pet Ownership
This article discusses the value of pet ownership for economies and examines the use of pet ownership as a socioeconomic indicator.
Read more: Overturning Roe vs. Wade: The Bigger Picture
The overruling of Roe vs. Wade by SCOTUS was shocking – not only for the citizens of the United States but also for the people across the globe. Gender Rights activists have put this as – “robbing women of their basic rights and bodily autonomy”. In this article, the authors looked at the effects of the overruling and analyzed whom this decision is going to affect the most, and what will be the global impact of the same.
Read more: India-Pakistan Ties and its Impact on the Economy of Indian Panjab
While trade may have been disrupted via Wagah-Attari, it is happening through neutral countries such as UAE and Singapore. Many analysts argue that the main reason for trade via the Wagah-Attari land-crossing is not just related to India-Pakistan bilateral relations, but also lobbies which have benefited from trade via neutral countries or other circuitous routes.