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Vanita Bhatnagar is a lawyer and independent legal research professional. She writes extensively on building inclusive workplaces, gender issues, social inequalities, and public policy. A graduate from Symbiosis Law School, she has written for publications like Live Law, The Logical Indian, The Better India, and The WittyFeed.

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Parenting Must Not Be Proprietary: Examining The Parenthood Ideals In Baghban

Parenting Must Not Be Proprietary: Examining The Parenthood Ideals In Baghban

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Baghban, a Hindi film released in 2003, fortifies proprietary ideals of parenting by normalising parental control over individual agency
10 Women With Disabilities Whose Achievements We Should Be Celebrating

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.
An Analysis of India’s Different Approaches To Women’s Issues From A Policy Lens

An Analysis of India’s Different Approaches To Women’s Issues From A Policy Lens

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An approach that involves bringing out patriarchal conditioning of institutions and policies is often labelled as ‘radical’ by decision makers and government officials. It is because changes in the status of women are seen as a threat to the social order.

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Anaahat (2003): Niyog Pratha & Women’s Sexual Freedom In Amol Palekar’s Film

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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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