Rather than vigilantism, love policing and hate campaigns, a nuanced criminal justice system and new-age medico-legal apparatus, which acknowledge and address unique challenges, are more relevant to women's safety.
Examining the many forms of abuse hidden away from prying eyes in homes across India.
Delving into Shah Rukh Khan as the ambassador of love in the times of Hindutva hate and the symbolic import of 'mohabbat' for generations of Indian women.
When Jahan resisted answering questions about who the father of her child is, she stood up for herself. Moreover, she denied the patriarchy its entitled chance to character assassinate …
With Bengali film celebrities flocking to the BJP and the TMC, battle lines resting on star power have been drawn in the state like never before.
BJP has long struggled in the state to legitimise its campaign by associating with 'insiders', and it seems to have found an answer to a great degree in Chakraborty’s …
'We will not toil without yield, we will not shed tears of pain, we will not bow our head in submission.'
Kohli's much-trolled paternity leave counters a perception that sees male cricket players as devoid of domestic duties, familial obligations and parenting roles.
The very title is flawed—if the elitism and empowerment of wives is derived from their husbands and that too in a dynasty-driven industry, there’s not much to cheer.
A poem on the plight of children locked indoors during the pandemic.