October 20, 2019

MENSTRUAL HYGIENE IN INDIA: QUESTIONING THE SANITARY NAPKIN POLICY

India is a country where only 58 % of menstruating women have been exposed to safe and hygienic methods of menstrual protection. The remaining face the […]
October 20, 2019

The Art of Intelligent Guessing

Recently a Madras High Court verdict in the case of S. Nelson Prabhakar v. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), caught the attention of educational bodies, […]
October 20, 2019

REVERSE MERGERS: A SECONDARY PASSAGE TO GOING PUBLIC

“Reverse Mergers are gradually taking the space earlier occupied by IPOs due to the complexities and slowness of the IPO method for going public. If done […]
October 4, 2019

Sex Toys, Flawed Perception of Illegality

In recent years, the representation of females, as well as the queer desire and sexuality in film and television, has received widespread critical acclaim and public […]