The current pandemic situation is not only infecting people, but taking lives too. Though we do not want to think about it, but in case of such deaths, families need to know what to do. There are a lot of people who are confused about what they can and cannot do, despite various government guidelines.… Continue reading Right to Last Rites
The government has been using two main pieces of legislation to combat the Corona Virus situation, i.e. the recently amended Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897 and the Disaster Management Act, 2005. This article takes a look at both these Acts and tries to provide a holistic understanding of the available legislations that are being used today… Continue reading Demystifying the Lockdown
There has been a lot of debates going on about the Supreme Court’s decision on the adultery provision (section 497 of the Indian Penal Code). There was even a case recently where a husband justified adultery saying that the Supreme Court has “allowed” it, and subsequently the wife committed suicide. Certain things in relation to… Continue reading License to Cheat?
Sounds rude, doesn’t it? But it is a very real question. On the one hand, we Indians call marriage sacrosanct. We believe in life long marriages and condemn divorce. On the other hand, we think marriage is the key to enslave someone. How do these opposite thinking ever co-exist? We make it exist. There is… Continue reading Is marriage a sacred institution or a legal contract for sex (consented and unconsented)?
If chasing your dreams is called being selfish, then by all means, BE SELFISH. If protecting yourself is called being selfish, then by all means, BE SELFISH.
The more I observe our society, the more I understand why people prefer sons to daughters. Somewhere it is always more convenient to be the offender rather than the victim. I am sure people here think “better to have a rapist than a victim”. A rapist still has market value for marriage (after all boys… Continue reading What matters – compassion, submission or skirt length?
Have you ever faced this age old issue of who is going to do the dishes, especially when both you and your partner have come home after a hectic, crazy day at work? Since time immemorial, it has been the lady’s job to ensure that the house is clean and there is hot food on… Continue reading Love your Husbands and Sons
Change your vision, before trying to change other people's Attire/Behaviour.
Just a few days back, Nepal banned the custom of exiling menstruating women. As always, I am sure there are two opinions about it. But I personally welcome the move. Being from a traditional background, I know that menstrual isolation is very common. I have also been instructed to stay away from kitchen, place of… Continue reading Periods – a Biological Phenomenon or a Sentence?
Your relationships do not define you. You define your relationships.