This was the year unusual stories and transgressive narratives gave conventional Bollywood a run for its money.
'When you were the prime minister, dissent was encouraged and parody well-received. I felt safe as a citizen'
The varsity administration and the JNU teacher's association has been at loggerheads over the issue of compulsory attendance for teachers.
According to the JNUSU, N. Sai Balaji is facing two enquiries. The first one for raising "anti-Modi, anti-VC and anti-RSS" slogans outside an Academic Council meeting.
By exchanging reasons in the form of arguments, we show each other respect and come to understand each other better.
The Bill strips transgender people of their right to determine their own gender identity, doesn't address sexual violence and severely limits individuals' agency.
There are practical reasons for the ubiquity of the evil laugh in children’s animations and early video games, a scholar from Denmark explains.