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Why a Statue of Netaji now?

Subhashini Ali explains why the statue of Netaji will not transform the Prime Minister into an inheritor of the legacy of the ...

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Women in Cinema Collective: A Work In Progress

“An actress was a person who could never own herself,” writes Janaky Sreedharan in her piece about the role played...

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Signs of our times: It’s conspiracy

Humra Quraishi creates a picture of the way in which justice is denied to people in India, through her anguished words.

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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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#MeToo inspires novelists to write about the struggles of women

Female writers stirred by the #MeToo movement have explored challenging themes such as rape, gas lighting and exploring in this year’s mo...

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Films at the Berlinale 2019, World’s Largest Film Festival

The 2019 Berlin International Film Festival, popularly known as Berlinale is the world’s largest film f...

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The Life of Germaine Greer, the Australian Writer from the Second-wave Feminist Movement

Former celebrated feminist Germaine Greer is no stranger to controversy. An Australian writer and public intellectual, she ...

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India can lead the way in defanging the Defamation Laws

Women in India are fighting for their workplace equality and dignity. The recent issue of the hashtag #MeToo has ousted some powerful men in th...

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#MeToo in Egypt: Women Voice Their Concerns

The #MeToo campaign saw women from around the world share their experiences of sexual harassment and assault and Egypt is no exception. In fact...

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#MeToo Movement in India

On October 15, 2017, actress Alyssa Milano encouraged spreading the hash tag #MeToo, in an attempt to draw attention to s...

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