"There was a really well-known professor who stood and made fun of me in front of others. He said how can you dream of doing a PhD in marketing …
Feminism: The Need for Sisterhood
When we say feminism has to be intersectional, do we not understand the depth of that statement?
My Faith Is Wavering…
The writer describes how her faith is being dented in today's times and laments about how she has begun to fear her own name.
Fajr Has Ended
'I sit upon a cold ground with bruised cheeks... Held close is a ripped cloth, but a faith increased.'
‘Hijab Row’ in Bangladesh: Hindu Teacher Accused of Making Student Remove Niqab
Coinciding with the hijab ban in Karnataka, it appears as though the row in Bangalore may have been a direct repercussion.
‘Exams Have Nothing to Do With Issue’: CJI Declines Urgent Listing of ‘Hijab Ban’ Pleas
The CJI did not mention a date for hearing. The apex court had earlier said, it will consider the listing after the Holi vacation.
Hijab Ban: Bleached Orange Sympathies
A poem on the hijab ban in educational institutes in Karnataka.
Mangaluru: Hijabi Student, Booked for Altercation at College, Claims She is Being ‘Framed’
The student has claimed that the complainant who filed the FIR, who is affiliated with Hindu youth group ABVP, was not present at the college on the day of …
Duties of the Powerful, Rights of the Weak
A poem on the power dynamics between the state and the populace, the powerful and the weak.
‘If Bangles, Turbans Allowed, Why Not Hijab?’ Muslim Students’ Counsel Asks HC
“If people wearing the turban can be in the army, why can a person wearing a religious symbol — (it’s) her right to practice her religion — not be …