The inclusion of Chetan Bhagat's novels in the Delhi University syllabus has invited a lot of debate. How will the move impact students?
It has been culturally obligatory for women to abandon their 'maiden name' and take their husband’s name immediately after marriage.
A charity from Argentina found a creative way to surpass Facebook's ban on female nipples for their breast cancer awareness video.
A man stabs a woman, but the media and the police is more interested in casting aspersions about her character and employment status.
32 years after the Shah Bano judgment was delivered, the triple talaq problem remains as contentious as ever. Revisiting the landmark case.
The AIMPLB is fully aware that a social boycott against triple talaq is hardly likely to bring about any real change on the ground.
What happens when the person that you trust & care for, rapes you? Rape, consent – neither can be a grey. They are, nonetheless, made to be.
While the HIV Bill talks at length of the rights of the People Living with HIV, does it also adequately cover the most vulnerable but yet un-infected within its purview?
A former senior executive of ScoopWhoop Media Pvt Ltd. has accused co-founder Suparn Pandey of sexual harassment and sexual assault over a span of almost two years.
Marriage is viewed as an inevitable end-goal – but only if it fits prescribed community standards of heterosexuality and caste endogamy.