Harshita Malik
Harshita Malik

Trained in journalism, fights for gender and human rights issues. Open to talks and criticism. Believes in individual wishes and opinions. A mediocre reader of non-fiction.

Surge of fascism; Death to democracy

The article explores how Fascism is slowly taking over the idea of democracy, the idea of free speech and the idea of freedom holistically.

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Let’s Talk About It, Talk About Our Fantasies

In most cases, a woman’s focus generally doesn’t tend to be on what pleasures them, but they mostly go into thinking about what pleasures their partner.

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Who Lynched Pehlu Khan?

An Alwar court on Wednesday acquitted all six accused in the lynching of Pehlu Khan, killed two years ago by a mob that set upon him while he was transporting cows.

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Congress On a Loop: The Self-Evident Return Of Sonia Gandhi

After a wait of 77 days, Congress has finally elected Sonia Gandhi as their working President, on 10th of August. But there is nothing new about the new interim president. The seat remained firmly within the Congress ‘family’ as Sonia Gandhi returned to the post of grand old party chief.

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Not Just Kashmir: Demand of Autonomy All Over The World

While Kashmir witnessed Eid, under curfew and communication blackout, protests for self-identity and autonomy erupted in another part of the world. The pro-democracy demonstrators of Hong Kong on Monday flooded into one of the busiest airports in the world which made the airport authorities cancel flights of one of the busiest airports in the world.

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RTI Act Amendment: Compromising The Autonomy Of Information

The government has introduced in Lok Sabha the Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, 2019, which proposes to give the Centre the powers to set the salaries and service conditions of Information Commissioners at central as well as state levels. The move triggered protests from the Opposition.

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Sheila Dikshit: End Of An Era Of Politics

Three-time Delhi chief minister and Congress stalwart Sheila Dikshit, who gave the national capital its modern look, passed away Saturday afternoon at a private hospital after suffering cardiac arrest. She was 81.

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