Political parties, writers' and women's bodies, and NGOs have decided to stage a state-level protest against the changes.
A poem on the hijab ban in educational institutes in Karnataka.
“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 …
The National Commission for Women chairperson Rekha Sharma has written to the Director General of Police seeking action against the culprits.
'To punish an artist for being himself, his best self, is the lot of a dictatorship.'
The BJP's actions in Karnataka reek of corruption and disrespect for the constitution, so why aren't its loyal, supposedly nationalist supporters questioning these actions?