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Halima Zoha Ansari

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Halima is a History graduate from Lady Shri Ram College for Women. She has worked with grassroots political parties as well as international organisations. Her research interests are feminist theory, foreign policy, and area studies. She is currently doing a Master's in International Relations. In her free time, she passionately advocates for Phineas and Ferb songs for Grammy's.

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From Veruthe Oru Bharya To The Great Indian Kitchen: Female Identity & The Domestic Space

From Veruthe Oru Bharya To The Great Indian Kitchen: Female Identity In The Domestic...

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The Great Indian Kitchen won the Kerala State Award for Best Film and Screenplay. A decade ago women were represented differently in kitchens
The Story Of A 'Normal' Mother-Daughter Relation: Invisibilised Parental Abuse

Just A ‘Normal’ Mother-Daughter Relationship: Invisibilised Parental Abuse

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What do you do when you realise that your relationship with your mother was only made to look 'normal' in a society that invisibilises the trauma inflicted by abusive elders?
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10 Women With Disabilities Whose Achievements In 2018 We Should Be Celebrating

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While both psychological and physical disabilities are stigmatised by society, here are ten women with disability who kicked ass in 2018.

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Amol Palekar's movie Anaahat (2003), a Marathi film (Anaahat means Eternity), poses several questions about Niyog Pratha and emphasises on a woman's choice to explore her sexual freedom.

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