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2 days ago

The Woman Who Danced To Spy To Protect France – Josephine Baker

It was in 1940, when Adolf Hitler and the Nazi army occupied the French Capital that Josephine Baker decided to take on a more active and dangerous role. From being ‘the most sensational woman that anybody ever saw’, Josephine chose to become a spy for the French Resistance.

5 days ago

Can Your Smart Phone Be Used Against You in Court?

The truth of the matter is that law enforcement can get your phone data from your cellular provider without a warrant and use it against you in a criminal proceeding.

Ankita Anand
1 week ago

श्रीमती जी नहीं

Personal. Political. Poetry.

3 weeks ago

Yet Another Rohingya Camp Catches Fire, This Time In Mewat: A Pattern Emerges

ANUBHAV CHAKRABORTY & MAJID ALAM NEW DELHI/ MEWAT: On a Sunday afternoon around 3.00 pm, the Rohingya Camp at Nuh, Haryana, caught fire, the cause of which is considered to be a short circuit, …

Varta Trust
3 weeks ago

Cinema of questioning the world order

Vartanama, May '18 (long read)The summers just got that much more intense with some gripping cinema!...

3 weeks ago

ஆன்மிக அரசியல் வித்தகர்

எதற்கெடுத்தாலும் போராடினால் தமிழ்நாடே சுடுகாடாகிவிடுமாம் ஆன்மீக அரசியல் வித்தகரின் அறிவிப்பு இது. எல்லாவற்றிக்கும் போராடு...

1 month ago

ஒரு வாழை மரத்தின் சபதம்

தூத்துக்குடி ஸ்டெர்லைட் ஆலையை நிரந்தரமாக மூட கோரிய பொது மக்களின் அறவழிப் போராட்டத்தை அரசாங்கம் இரும்புக்கரம் கொண்டு நசுக்க முனைந்திரு...

India Fellow
3 weeks ago

Born in the Brothels - and Died?

Last year on a gloomy, rainy day I found myself in a less popular colony of Kolkata. Kalighat is one of the largest red light areas in the city of Joy, home to approximately thousands of active sex…

3 weeks ago

If The Women in Mahabharatha had Spoken Out…

How often we hear the stories from Mahabharatha, but we always fail to question it and the characters in it. Here is my musings as I wonder what would happend if the Women in Mahabharatha spoke up.

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