Because of the actions of the Jamia vice chancellor, detained students spent time in jail on the eve of Republic Day because they were practising what the Indian constitution …
In today's India, stereotypes about Muslims ignore their diversity.
A study published by the People's Union for Civil Liberties said that the hijab ban is widening the social divide among communities, leading to ghettoisation of education, social isolation …
The aim of these meetings is to throw down a gauntlet as a form of 'harmless' play, to see if the shock quotient can be met or escalated.
We must remember that representation amounts to nothing if it is laced with rosy appropriation – of pain, of oppression, or of liberation.
Vilifying a whole community serves no purpose to the larger feminist goals of attaining equality and parity.
Students alleged that the college administration banned burqas and the hijab after a clash between two student groups took a violent turn.
My parents don't allow me to participate in quiz competitions, debates or even collect my own trophy on stage when I get the highest marks.
When a random man started to lecture me about how to dress, a stranger's kindness offered me the support and community I never even realised I needed – women.