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Why The Deferring Of Tripura East’s Polls To Phase 3 Has Larger Implications
An analysis of why booth capturing is still relevant in the age of EVMs and how it links to the undermining of the principle of the ‘secret ballot’.
Why the recent Supreme Court petition seeking entry of Muslim women into mosques goes beyond gender equality
Delving deeper into the complex interplay between religion, tradition, and the Fundamental Rights as enshrined in Part III of the Constitution.
Who is the real anti-national: A defiant media or the government?
Breaking down what the battle on the Rafale Deal in the Supreme Court really means for the future of democracy in India.
Here’s What The Covers Of The BJP’s And The Congress’ Manifestos Reveal
A breakdown of what the covers signify.
How feminist musicians’ videos are their own genre of rebellion
The feminist fourth wave is taking the fight for equality into the digital era.
Borderline Trauma: Interview With A Clinical Psychologist Working With Migrant Populations
Asiaville spoke to Pooja Iyer, a mental health manager with Doctors Without Borders about her work in the Balkans.
What the Congress has promised the Northeast in its manifesto
Asiaville speaks to Congress MLA from Meghalaya, Ampareen Lyngdoh, about the promises made in the party's manifesto for the Northeastern region.
Are we reading Facebook’s takedown of more than 1,000 accounts the wrong way?
There is more at stake than what will happen to political parties whose pages have been taken down.