Navigating the Conflict Between Humans and Stray Dogs

By Shwetha Sivaraman As of 2022, India has the largest stray dog population in the world, standing at more than 35 million. Given that stray dogs are ubiquitous, it is no surprise that their presence has caused conflict with and amongst humans. Kerala, in particular, has garnered national attention over the last year. The state … Continue reading Navigating the Conflict Between Humans and Stray Dogs

The price of shame: Honour killings in India and the world

According to the United Nations, 5000 women are murdered every year around the world in the name of ‘honour’. However, it is highly likely that the numbers are greater than indicated as many cases do go unreported. Honour killings are prevalent around the world but are widely reported in the Middle East, South Asia, and … Continue reading The price of shame: Honour killings in India and the world