Article: Kashmiri women and the speculative male gaze

Yasmeen Khan Unreported sexual violence along with uncomfortable silence creates dejected environment for Kashmiri women The comprehensive life experience of Kashmiri Women in the valley is often overlooked when it comes to the male gaze through the eyes of security forces. The gender imperative human security for the cross-section of …

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Article: US concern on human right abuses in India

Saima Afzal Almost every constitution of the world protect and provide the basic human rights to its individuals. Indian constitution came into force on 26 January 1950 with the most elaborate fundamental laws that were adopted and the preamble to the constitution declares India to be a sovereign, socialist, secular …

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Article: WHO report shows no other country has undercounted COVID deaths as much as India

Banjot Kaur India’s COVID-19 death toll is almost 10 times its official tally, and the country is estimated to have had the highest number of COVID-19 deaths until December 2021 – 4.7 million. This is one of the conclusions of the much-anticipated WHO report on the world’s COVID-19 excess death …

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