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Honour killing: A consequential damage of casteism in India

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3 mn read A recent criminal in India is rising questions as to, Is Honour killing still exist? On 24th June in Delhi, a married couple was attacked by girl’s family members that led to the death of boy while the girl is still in hospital who got badly injured. According to the reports, Vinay Dahiya and Kiran got married on 13th august 2020 after running away from home.

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Journalists are apparent but important targets in such cases of Pegasus in India

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3 mn read Few days back, the wire, one of the Indian non-profit news websites along with other international media organizations as a group investigation published breaking news about the leaked database of thousands of people including several Indian journalists, activists, lawyers and politicians. It was the exclusive information that was just released and surfaced multiple questions in mind, especially to the one who were targeted. According to the report, the news carried that approximately 300 verified Indian mobile telephone numbers were put under surveillance through the Pegasus which is an Israeli developed spyware by an unidentified agency.

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Exclusive: Due to the travel ban in Spain, Indian students have to wait to travel and are feeling discriminated

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3 mn read Not long ago, Indian administration started off a separate vaccination drive for Indian students who are planning to travel overseas for academics. The move is highly appreciated by the students and their families as it cleared one of the main hurdles in their way. But to their surprise, another obstacle just came in and halted the procedure. According to the students, travelling Spain for studies are facing visa issuance problem. Since India is experiencing delta variant cases too from last month, the result of mutation in corona virus, it has put India on red list that prohibits Spain administration to issue study visa to Indian students.

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Why am I judged for my appearance? asks an Indian bride

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3 mn read Saloni is 28 years old and is financially an independent woman. Since she turned 23, her family started looking for a groom so that she can settle with him as soon as possible. During the process, she faced lot of rejections. ‘After I completed my graduation, my parents started looking for a decent marriage proposal for me. And simultaneously I completed my masters and joined a firm. I was fine with the fact that I have to get married once they will bump into a fine man.’

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Indian students travelling overseas to study, finally foreseeing their future after administration separately started vaccination drive for them

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4 mn read India has begun its vaccination drive for the students travelling abroad to study. State governments have started online registration for the candidates and are offering only Covishield vaccination for the time. The gap instructed by doctors is of 12-16 weeks between both the doses which is questioned by some students who are leaving in few weeks and would not be able to get the second dose.

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A story of a transgender in India : Asking for acceptance by the society

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4 mn read “My name is Rani. It’s the name given by my people. I was named Hitesh by my parents before.“ Rani is a transgender and lives in Delhi. 38 years old rani begs for living. While talking about her daily routine, rani said, “We all live together, Jyoti, Durga Didi (Big sister), Shabnam. I wake up 6 am. After a cup of tea and getting all ready, me and my other members leave house and stops at every traffic light and ask for money. It’s not like we love this work, but this is what we are left to do.“

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Old age people in India are struggling to register for Covid vaccine due to technological constraints

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3 mn read Covid vaccine has been arrived and governments are scheduling the vaccination program according to the age of people. Meanwhile India has completed its first vaccination program for frontline warriors and health workers and now is concentrating on old age people. Covid vaccine got opened for the older adults in India from 1st March and since then there are some news of people struggling with the technology. The drive started specifically for the senior citizens and those above 45 years of age. People over the age group of 60 are most at risk from Covid 19 waves and requires vaccination immediately, but because most of old age people are unable to access internet, they are feeling left out of services.

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Indian migrant becomes Kenyan brand ambassador after teaching thousands of African girls how to use sanitary pads

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4 mn read Recently, World Association of Women Warriors chose Aruna Varsani an Indian migrant in Kenya, to become Brand Ambassador of Kenya. The association globally works for women. Their objectives revolve around enabling entrepreneurs and professional towards accomplishing their potential and business objectives.

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Exclusive: Former Indian military official said, China is India’s main rival

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4 mn read Few days back, a new set of satellite images were floating of India and China border. The images via American imaging company Planet Labs are of a village with approximately 100 houses which is 4.5km within the Indian territory of its de facto border with China. Later the lab also released the image of 2019 where clearly the construction was not visible.