Open Space

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Renewables aren’t Sustainable

We often see only two options; Fossil fuels or renewable energy and see it as a complete black and white situation with one side being a green and prepossessing planet and the other being an inhabitable hell hole, we think that solar, wind, and hydro energy are a hundred percent environment friendly while they’re really not.

VOICES

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Impact of Hijab Ban in Karnataka’s Educational Institutions: An Interim Study Report by PUCL

During our visits, the students shared with us the fact that the High Court order came as a rude interruption to their education as for many of them education is a step towards social mobility, employment and empowerment.

EDITOR’S CHOICE

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The question of affordable housing amidst increasing wealth inequality

The government’s response to this issue has been making it worse if not doing anything. The thing about living in slums is that you have no tenure security and the government can just bulldoze your house in the name of “beautification” because nothing says pretty other than people forced on the streets.

LOUNGE

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‘The Task of the Translator’ (1923) by Walter Benjamin

Translation keeps putting the hallowed growth of languages to the test: How far removed is their hidden meaning from revelation, how close can it be brought by the knowledge of this remoteness?

REVIEW

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Impact of Hijab Ban in Karnataka’s Educational Institutions: An Interim Study Report by PUCL

During our visits, the students shared with us the fact that the High Court order came as a rude interruption to their education as for many of them education is a step towards social mobility, employment and empowerment.