Cyber Violence Against Women In India - a research report by Japleen Pasricha

Cyber Violence Against Women In India – A Research Report

500 Indian women were surveyed for surveyed for a research report on cyber violence against women in India by Japleen Pasricha.
On Protesting Against Fascism And The Legend Of Urban Naxals

On Protesting Against Fascism And The Legend Of Urban Naxals

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"Urban Naxals" is a term which basically translates to minority members who has left leaning or strong support for self assertion.
What Bollywood Taught Me About Workplace Harassment

What Bollywood Taught Me About Workplace Harassment

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Bollywood has a huge role to play in sidelining sexual harassment at workplaces and trivialising the experience of the women facing it.
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The ‘Feminist Fanatic’ F-Word at St. Stephen’s

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St. Stephen's college recently nominated five women for a 'Feminist Fanatic' award.
DUSU Elections 2019: How Youth Politics Continues To Be Regressive

DUSU Elections 2019: How Youth Politics Continues To Be Regressive

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Recent trends show that the problems surrounding union elections and campus politics run deeper than just the usual distribution of movie tickets and free canteen food in exchange for votes. For the purpose of this article, we will be focusing on the Delhi University Student Union or DUSU Elections scheduled to be held on 12th September, 2019.
Rape Accused Swami Nithyananda And His Infamous Kailaasa Project

Rape Accused Swami Nithyananda And His Infamous Kailaasa Project

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Rape accused, fugitive and infamous Swami Nithyananda, according to various sources, has formed his very own nation and named it Kailaasa.
In Conversation With Professor Bittu: A Neuroscientist And An Anti-Caste Queer Activist

In Conversation With Professor Bittu: A Neuroscientist And A Queer Activist

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Are Our Schools Powerhouses of Patriarchy?

What Does Feminism Have To Do With Schooling? Everything!

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In India, schools are the powerhouses of patriarchy where stereotypes are generated, stored, and perpetuated.

Personal Data Protection Bill 2019: The Rise Of A Surveillance State

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Instead of protecting rights, the Personal Data Protection Bill weakens privacy and violates constitutionally guaranteed provisions.
A False Sense Of Comfort : SC Lifts Kashmir Communication Blockade

A False Sense Of Comfort : SC Lifts Kashmir Communication Blockade

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On January 19, 2020, the Supreme Court finally pronounced its judgment in the petitions challenging the communication blockade in Kashmir which was in place since August 5, 2019.

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The Impact Of Covid-19 On Assam’s Women Weavers

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