Fifty years ago, Linda Nochlin's essay 'Why have there been no great women artists?' was published. It would change how we see art and its institutions, and still reverberates today.
In 2020, People’s Archive of Rural India worked in collaboration with Population Foundation of India to publish a series on the issue of women's reproductive and sexual health.
I just want to perform. Even if it is some backstage work, I just want to work with my team.
In May 2019, a storyteller and her partner decided to launch an inclusive and diverse platform to share stories inspired by people and their journeys with food.
On December 1, the Attorney General assented to a law student's request to initiate contempt of court proceedings against cartoonist Rachita Taneja.
Three years ago, a group of second-year students decided to support local artisans after coming to know about the hardships faced by Punjab's Thathiyaar community.
For the past 30 years, the 100-year-old printing unit has only been using indigo, mehendi and sap sourced from across the country.