Many women spoke about the lack of essential medical services related to their menstrual and reproductive health.
Delhi L-G Grants Sanction to Prosecute Shehla Rashid Over 2019 Tweets on Army
This sanction relations to a 2019 FIR against Rashid registered under Section 153A of the Indian Penal Code.
MCD Elections: 67% Winners Are Crorepatis; 17% Have Criminal Cases Against Them
A study by the Association for Democratic Reforms found that both the percentage of crorepati winners and the percentage of councillors with criminal cases against them have gone up …
As Delhi Gears up for Stubble Burning Season, What Are the Plans To Limit Pollution?
While the main focus is on co-firing biomass pellets and limiting crop residue burning, a review meeting co-chaired by two Union ministers found that these measures may not have …
Of Maa and Her Movies
'It is about the sophistication she tries to buy, with her wardrobe full of muted, monochrome tussar sarees and the mid-length blouse pieces to wear on the body she …
A Walk Through Old Delhi: The Fusion of Hindu, Muslim and Jain Cultures
Rana Safvi and Sam Dalrymple explore monuments – including at least 100 Jain and Shaivite temples – that were built during the Mughal period.
Review: Diary Writing as Wound and Therapy – Navigating Solitude Through the First Lockdown
Even as it encapsulates the disarray of a deeply distressing time, the spirit of Manash Firaq Bhattacharjee’s 'The Town Slowly Empties' is ultimately uplifting.
The author writes about having multiple ‘homes’, her sense of belonging and misplaced identity.
Book Review: Gloves and Gumboots Don’t Help, Manual Scavenging Has to Go
Years after publication, Bhasha Singh's 'Unseen' remains the go-to account for a look into how pervasive and cruel this casteist practice is in India.
Hope Is a Flower That Blooms
An essay about living through these times and coping with them.