There are many loopholes in the Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Act, 2017, and women in many big MNCs continue to face discrimination.
Author: Jagisha Arora
‘Reparenting’: How I Am Learning to Heal My Childhood Wounds
Reparenting is a process where you give yourself the love which you didn't receive as a child.
Women and the Burden of Unpaid Labour: What Is the Way Forward?
An Indian woman does 243 minutes (four hour) of domestic work a day, whereas the average time of an Indian man spends doing chores at home is only 25 …
Munawar Faruqui Arrest: Comedians Under Attack
The arrest of Faruqui proves that we don’t have tolerance left in our country.
We Need More Women in Politics
The question we need to ask ourselves now is: what role do we play as constituents in voting for leaders who enable the sort of politics that excludes women?
Identity, Mental Health and the State: Being the Wife of a Political Prisoner
Journalist Prashant Kanojia, arrested for allegedly sharing a morphed post on Twitter, finally got bail last week after spending two months in jail.
Prashant Kanojia Arrest: When the State Stepped Into My Marriage
Jagisha Arora's husband, journalist Prashant Kanojia, was arrested by the UP police on August 18 over a tweet and has been held in custody ever since.