“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 …
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Karnataka BJP Shares Personal Details of Minor ‘Hijab Ban’ Petitioner Students
BJP was ostensibly attempting to highlight that the girls were minors – a fact which in turn brought the party further under fire.
Call Me Resistance
This poem is in solidarity with the women fighting against the hijab ban in the schools and colleges in Karnataka.
The Hijab Question: A Writer Recalls a Time in 1980s Karnataka When Education Came First
A novelist rewinds to a moment in time when she was a teacher at a PU college in North Karnataka's Raichur.
Udupi: Hijab Wearing Students Allowed Into College, Made to Sit in Separate Room
The decision has sparked concerns about segregation.
A poem in light of the recent Karnataka high court judgement where Justice Krishna S. Dixit granted the rape accused anticipatory bail on illogical grounds.
When It Comes To Rape, We’re Still Asking The Wrong Questions
The Karnataka high court's recent bail order in a rape case has reignited the debate on victim blaming.