The Mumbai Queer Azaadi march took place on the 28th of January, 2017. There were people dressed up all fabulous and those in pajamas and sweatshirts. Some were dancing, because pride is a celebration. And then were those who were sloganeering and singing alternatively, because pride started as a protest, as resistance.
#StopKillingUs was organised on September 25, where people from all over India gathered to protest the deaths of over a 1000 safai karamcharis involved in manual scavenging.
Meeting this positive bunch of women influenced notions of stamina, work and how a food carrying business can be much more than its contents.
Not In My Name is a citizen's movement protesting the targeted lynching of Muslims, Dalits & other minorities and the State's silence over it
Velivada is the symbolic stage of protests at HCU built by the five Ambedkar Students Association members including Rohith Vemula.
The Hindu Mahasabha had promised to marry couples on V-Day if they saw any two people holding hands, cooing or even existing on 14th...
In northeastern India's mountainous state of Meghalaya, youngest daughters inherit the land—and the ancient food heritage of their mothers.
Here are some glimpses from the #KissOfLove Delhi chapter. We will just let the pictures speak for themselves: Read our opinion piece on #KissOfDelhi protests...
The successful Bhubaneswar Pride march was put together by The Parichay Collective, Meera Parida's NGO 'Sakha', and SAATHII.
Like the last two years this year too a Take Back the Night rally was organised on 31st December 2014 by Citizen's Collective Against...