Articles by: SN Surajbhan

Cyber Crime: An Evil Spatula of the Virtual World

Cyber Crime: An Evil Spatula of the Virtual World

While the world is witnessing the wrath of the virus COVID-19, which has caused havoc across the globe and has questioned the mere intelligence of our species, some are involved in other nasty acts of intelligence. A recent case which has woken up the virtual space of the nation the “Bois Locker Room”, a chat group in a social media[Read More…]

by May 9, 2020 India
Domestic Violence: It looks like no situation is free from being victimised

Domestic Violence: It looks like no situation is free from being victimised

A third of Indian women cover up the signs of Domestic violence   While the entire world is under the grip of COVID 19 thrashing human lives, some people are still doing their prey. In a time, when people are coming together to help each other, cases of domestic violence is still on the front-foot and for many victims it[Read More…]

by May 4, 2020 Patriarchy
Menstrual Hygiene: The untalked taboo of India

Menstrual Hygiene: The untalked taboo of India

It wasn’t easy for Arunachalam Muruganantham, a simple man living in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu to anchor the issue of menstrual hygiene, a matter which remains very private with women especially in a nation like India, to be brought into spotlight by a man. Popularly known as the Padman of India, after the movie which was based upon his story about[Read More…]

by April 23, 2020 India
Can only flagship programmes change the face of women & child empowerment in India?

Can only flagship programmes change the face of women & child empowerment in India?

Since the first scheme for women empowerment i.e. Development of Women and Children in Rural Areas (DWCRA) in 1982-83 India has come a long way laying a pathway of schemes to walk for the women of our nation. Women and child empowerment has always been through schemes, which describe a definitive road to be taken. These schemes do support to[Read More…]

by April 14, 2020 India
Death Sentence: How it stands between the controversy of Justice and Judgement

Death Sentence: How it stands between the controversy of Justice and Judgement

The lights have gone out in the streets, how will I walk back home alone? It’s a lonely bus, should I travel in that or just wait for some more time? These are the kind of thoughts which have made home in the minds of the women in our country. These thoughts have just grasped the inner soul of every[Read More…]

by March 29, 2020 India
Odisha: How Mission Shakti scheme is giving a new name to millions of rural women

Odisha: How Mission Shakti scheme is giving a new name to millions of rural women

Life was never an easy go for Jayanti Ekka who struggled through the thick and thin to reach the pinnacle of success. However, she is an iconic figure now, thanks to the Odisha Government’s Mission Shakti Movement. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik was so much enthused by her success story that he gave a standing ovation during a state-level meeting in[Read More…]

by January 4, 2020 India