Smita Agarwal, in her book of poetry, raises her voice in an asymmetrical world and implores women to speak out for themselves.
In the interiors of Chattisgarh, a slow and steady change has empowered several women to join the all-male bastions of caste panchayats to bring about real and lasting social …
A poem on the dissonance brought about by the lack of dignified literary representation.
Growing up as a woman in India.
You cannot fix misogyny with more misogyny.
'From Draupadi to Laxmi to Nirbhaya, there is no end'.
In the post world war period, Beate Uhse — a former pilot — would sell brochures and pamphlets on marital hygiene to women in Flensberg, Germany.
Indian civil society must stop buying the divisive agenda peddled by right-wing propaganda outlets and join hands to fight the hate.
The image of the ‘bad girl’ is one that receives little respect, even though carelessness, needless risk and degeneracy are all acceptable hallmarks of youthful masculinity.