NALSAR

In NALSAR, Casteism Pervades Every Aspect Of University Life

NALSAR University of Law chooses to remain oblivious to the concerns of most of the reserved category students.
scholarships

Siphoning Of Dalit And Tribal Student Scholarships Worth 45 Crore

In what seems to be a blatant case of deception and corruption, nearly 960 educational institutions, including 100 engineering and medical colleges have been charged with submitting fake records intended for Dalit and Tribal students to claim their scholarships in a fraud manner.
Rajni Tilak

Rajni Tilak: A Leading Dalit Feminist Of Our Times

Rajni Tilak was a Dalit rights activist, a leading feminist and a prolific writer. She was instrumental in fighting for the rightful space of women, which was very less, in the anti-caste movement.
honour killings

Of Honour Killings And Love Stories In An Era Ruled By Fear And Hate

Where families don’t impose restrictions and threaten their children for what think is a transgression of societal norms, other bodies such as caste panchayats jump in, turning honour killings into an episodic issue in the country.
dalit bahujan agency

Student Politics And Ambedkar: Voicing Dalit Bahujan Agency In University Spaces

The student panel discussion was called 'Student Politics and Ambedkar: Voicing the Dalit Bahujan agency in University Spaces', which aimed at understanding and celebrating the voices of those from vulnerable communities.
The Adivasi Will Not Dance

The Adivasi Will Not Dance: “Why Should The Truth Be Whitewashed?”

The Adivasi Will Not Dance is authored by Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar, a Santhal writer - making him a unique voice in a field dominated by elite and upper caste writers.
denotified tribes

The Criminalisation Of Denotified Tribes & Its Consequent Forced Sex Work Tradition

Centuries of stigmatisation and criminalisation of denotified tribes in India have led to an occupational shift among these social groups where sex work has become a forced hereditary occupation.
indigenous peoples’ movements

5 Prominent Indigenous People’s Movements That Hit Back At The State

The nature of the indigenous people’s movements vary and each have their own significance, comprising peasant rebellions, movements for self-determination, identity and ethnic nationalist movements.
Watch: Remembering The Mahad Satyagraha | Feminism In India

Watch: Remembering The Mahad Satyagraha

On 20 March 1927, Dr Ambedkar led thousands of Dalits to the Chavdar tank in Mahad, where they took water from the well and drank it. This act had revolutionary implications, as Dalits had not been allowed to access the public water tank in the village until then.
TISS

#InjusTISS: The TISS Student Struggle Against Cutting Financial Aid For SC, ST And OBC...

After cutting financial aid for OBC students in 2015, the TISS administration is now cutting financial aid for SC/ST students, following which there has been an eruption of student protests in all the TISS campuses.

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How Biological Determinism Perpetuates Sexism Using ‘Science’

Biological determinism, by definition, refers to the ''idea that all human behaviour is innate, determined by genes, brain size, or other
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5 Indian Women Historians You Need To Know About

It’s important to learn about women historians who have increasingly influenced our understanding of the world and its history.
These Are The 15 Women Who Helped Draft The Indian Constitution

These Are The 15 Women Who Helped Draft The Indian Constitution

On this Republic Day, let us take a look at the fifteen powerful women who helped draft the Indian Constitution.