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We are pleased to announce the publication of our First Issue of the Second Volume on 'Conversations of Today'. After a long and overwhelming journey of discussions and debates coupled with careful consideration and much deliberation, we decided to bring out something light yet important to ponder upon. In this Issue, you will find reports and case studies on ideas as pressing as the role played by Barefoot College and other NGOs in Rajasthan's transformation, poems and photographs highlighting the failed voices of emancipation, on femicide in Brazil and violence against women during Covid-19. However, to lighten your mood and to provide a nostalgic glimpse of the past, poems like 'Haircut in a South Asian Household' and 'My Brother Asks Me What It's Like to Get Drenched in the Rain' will prove an ideal fit.
The Issue features a cover story on ‘Coronavirus: A warning from History’, and articles on ‘Pandemic and the Crisis of the Indian State’, ‘Vaccine Nationalism: Is a Multilateral Approach Required?’, ‘Pandemic Toll on Women’, ‘Black Marketing and Hoarding during the Pandemic’, ‘Façade of Responsible Citizens: Flouting Covid-19 Protocols’, ‘Mortals and Immortality’ and 'Vaccine War Within and Outside India'. The poetry section contains works including ‘The Future of India’, ‘Yin and Yang’ and ‘A Memoir of Diseased India’. We also bring you evocative photographs captured by our young and talented photographers. We really hope that our audience is able to connect with the Issue as much as we do.