This attitude of the slum dwellers may increase the number of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) positive cases like wildfire in Mumbai’s slum. Because, residents are stepping out of houses as usual.
Every daily wage earner is facing the financial crisis due to lockdown following coronavirus outbreak. They have to save themselves from both- Coronavirus as well as death by hunger.
The lockdown following coronavirus have impacted lives of people who are daily wage earners. Ola and Uber drivers are also facing the financial crises and struggling to manage household expenses.
During the lockdown in India to avoid getting infected from Coronavirus (COVID-19), many Muslims in Mumbai are visiting mosques for prayers in congregation.
Mother of Nirbhaya, Asha Devi, fought consistently to ‘snatch’ justice from the Indian judiciary showed her gratitude. However, many are demanding something more.
Justice in Nirbhaya case has been delayed for eight years. Here is what rape victims and mother of Nirbhaya, Asha Devi, have to say on it. They clearly resonate with the phrase- justice delayed is justice denied.
Homophobia of the society is causing trouble for the people of LGBTQ community. Experts say LGBTQ youth are significantly more likely to try taking their own life compared to their heterosexuals.
Uttar Pradesh government led by Yogi Adityanath announced big budget for generating jobs but youth can’t wait and hope for a better future while their families are struggling to fill stomach thrice a day.
Renowned novelist Jilly Cooper in 2018 during an event said that many married men are ‘terrified of women’ that is why they have gay affairs. The statement caused havoc on social media. However, what she said is right.
Because so many gays or homosexuals are involved in multiple sexual relationships men consider them as a sex object. This is a matter of concern for the LGBTQ community.
In the Sultanpur district of Uttar Pradesh, negligence of the government is causing non-fulfilment of the very purpose of the government schools. In result, dreams of parents and students are shattering.
A report by Apnalaya, an NGO, said the average size of a family is over five and the average monthly income only Rs7,800 in Shivaji Nagar.
In the case, the accused was acquitted after the court trial. However, intense media coverage led to a huge protest and subsequently the life imprisonment was awarded to the perpetrator.