Aditi Ashok is a young golfer representing India at the international level and the winner of 3 Ladies European Tours.
As a 31-year-old, single, fat, feminist, strong, independent, articulate woman in India, you can well imagine how hard it’d be to find me a ‘suitable’ match.
An organic sequel to #MeToo, the Time's Up movement aims to combat workplace sexism at its foundations: through legal recourse.
Feminism In India and Newslaundry are launching a new campaign to tackle the redressal of sexual harassment complaints in college campuses – #MakeMyCampusSafe.
Recent trends and debates point to an overwhelming need for effective measures to increase the participation of women in the Indian economy.
In the name of culture and discipline, are we trying to create robotic individuals who should suppress responses such as hugs?
Sujatha Surepally, a professor at Satavahana University, is being attacked by right-wing trolls for "supposedly" burning a poster of 'Bharat Mata'.
The BJP in a hassled attempt to masquerade as a messiah for Muslim woman has brought the Triple Talaq bill to criminalize Talaq-e-Biddat or instant triple talaq.
On Boxing Day of 2017, Priyanka Chopra delivered the keynote address at the eleventh edition of The Penguin Annual Lecture. Why was a woman in publishing not chosen, instead?
Kamala Sohonie was the first Indian woman to receive a PhD in a scientific discipline; in her case biochemistry.