The history surrounding the Indian Independence movement has undergone a transformation, progressing from initial colonial narratives to more sophisticated and comprehensive interpretations. It is crucial to shift away from the prevailing mainstream discourse around the movement, which mostly originates from a privileged caste viewpoint, and acknowledge the existence of several alternative voices.
The multidimensional poverty report released by the National Institution for Transforming India (NITI Aayog) suffers from gaps and opens the door for suspicion when we consider several data of the preceding years, including the pandemic years.
The issue is not the rate of tax; it's the taxing of turnover, and not the gaming company's revenue
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Dr. Lavanya Shanbhogue talked about inclusivity in disaster management, focusing on the challenges faced by queer communities in disaster and conflict situations. Dr. Shanbhogue draws attention to the complicated relationship between queer communities and the state, noting that despite the fact that the state frequently plays a major role in disaster relief efforts, there has historically been discrimination and oppression of queer communities by the state. Her objectives are to highlight the importance of recording the experiences of queer communities in disaster situations and to promote constructive policy changes based on empirical evidence.
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the ‘development delusions’ being created by the ruling party against the backdrop of firstly on freebies that are being doled out, particularly by the ruling party, secondly growing ecosystem of alleged corruption indulged mainly by the ruling party members and thirdly unleashing terror politics, a form of fascism, at the behest of the same ruling party. What’s more, is communalization of politics being a potentially strong source for delusions to deepen.
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Beyond Binaries: Understanding Sexual Identities and Queer Rights Issues in India | An Online International Summer School Program | A Five-Day Immersive Online Certificate Training Course | June 2023 | IMPRI # Participants List & Details: Participants List and Details BEYOND BINARIES…