No person wants to actively commit suicide unless their life becomes too much to bear.
The book Hatred in the Belly is a critique of Brahminism itself. It is a critique of domination of upper castes in Indian scholarship, their caste blindness and their refusal to engage with the issues of representation.
A person's caste can be discerned by looking at their surnames. This is more true for Brahmins than others.
India is home to an estimated 21.17 lakhs of people living with HIV
Hyperbole And A Half is a blog run by Allie Brosh on anxiety, depression and mental health
"It’s a woman’s job! I have to finish everything at the end of the day," says the Pourakarmika.
Jeeja Ghosh's case is a huge victory for disability rights.
After years of living with abuse, I named the beast. I had depression
Sairat traces the links between the regressive social laws of the Indian society in the lives of men and women in love.
Why is it necessary to talk about mental health?