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Signs of the time: Rape, the weapon of mass destruction

Humra Quraishi comments on the most recent rape of a nine-in-year old girl in the national capital of India and the ruthlessne...

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Womanpower in khaki

Film historian Dhruv Somani, tracks down the heroines who have portrayed top cops, a domain usually reserved for heroes.

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Justice Is A Blindfolded Woman

Anupama Mandloi tells you why it is a good thing that the girl gang raped in Hathras isn’t alive to see the travesty of ...

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The truth about Lies

One of the most defining images of our times is that of Prime Minister Narendra Modiji inaugurating the Atal Tunnel, writes Vinta Nanda...

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Tara Kaushal: Why Men Rape

Vinta Nanda interviews author Tara Kaushal, on the eve of the release of her book Why Men Rape...

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India’s Disowned: Pataal Lok

In her review of the newly dropped series on OTT platform Amazon Prime Paatal Lok, Reema Moudgil writes that the images haunt because they remind us of som...

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A CUT above the rest…

My friendship with her is deep.

She's a feminist and the most expressive among most whom I know.

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Has Justice for Women in India Improved?

In 1890, a case of a Bengali child bride named Phulmani, who died following brutal conjugal intercourse went to trial in the Calcutta Sessio...

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Jaago Re for Gender Change

Tata Tea's latest advertising campaign shows the inequality we learn in our daily lives, and calls for a change.

The series of videos, part of the Jaago Re...

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Revolutionary New Comic Features Real-Life Acid Attack Survivors; This Is ‘Priya’s Mirror’

Two years ago, New York-based artist Ram Devineni introduced us to a new brand of comic book superheroes–one that doesn’t wear capes or have formidable pow...

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