Nandini Sen
Nandini Sen
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I am an independent writer specializing in politics & culture, including varied facets of the latter such as literature, food, and lifestyle. My non-fiction writings are driven by my deep interest & concern for human-rights causes, particularly those living on the peripheries of society.

Go Green Gone! Why The Indian Environment Ministry’s Recent Decisions Are Troubling

On May 24, former Union Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh wrote to incumbent Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar, requesting him to put a moratorium on environmental clearances to projects in biodiverse forests and eco-sensitive zones granted during the lockdown period.

COVID-19 And The Forgotten Flu Of 1918 ⁠— What India Must Know

As the world helplessly watches Coronavirus claim lives, batter economies, and throttle businesses, one is prompted to look back at another pandemic, the Spanish Flu of 1918, the deadly influenza outbreak that killed at least 50 million people worldwide.

Sanitation, Domestic And Sex Workers — The Stories Nobody Told You

Perennially invisibilized, sanitation workers, domestic helps, and sex workers have been some of the worst sufferers of the COVID-19 induced lockdown. Their tragic stories are a searing reminder of India’s failure to help its most vulnerable.

Why Obamagate, When It Doesn’t Hold Water And We All Know It?

Trump’s latest absurdity Obamagate isn’t just about deflecting attention from his monumental failure in controlling the spread of COVID-19. The reasons behind it are more disconcerting.

Five Governments Promoting Vested Interests Under The Cloak Of Covid-19

Five states, including India, may be using the Covid-19 pandemic and ensuing lockdown to tighten their stranglehold and perpetuate their agendas.

State-Sanctioned Exploitation Of Workers: Could India Be Risking Labour Riots?

The relaxation of labour law provisions aimed at protecting workers may be the final straw following a string of iniquities suffered by India’s working class. Could it spark unprecedented labour outrage?

The Hullabaloo Around Aarogya Setu App And Why The Government Needs To Listen

The debate over data privacy has just been reignited again, thanks to the Aarogya Setu app endorsed by the Government in the wake of Coronavirus pandemic.

DKODING as the name suggests is on a crusade to bring out the ‘OTHER SIDE OF THE STORY’ in a world drowning with fury and frenzy. It provides deeper insights and perspectives beyond NEWS.

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