As the country celebrates the 71st Republic Day, 70 lakh people in Kerala formed a human chain to protest against the fascist BJP government.
The image of a girl handing a rose to a Delhi policeman at the anti CAA, NPR and NRC protest received tears of joy as well as critical backlash.
Today when the nation affects all, across gender and generation, what we see today isn’t just a movement but paradigm shift.
Amit Shah announced a toll-free number for registering people's support on CAA. This was amplified by the BJP IT Cell in many misogynistic ways.
The intermingling resulted in unorthodox ways of resistance against the Islamophobic policies likw CAA, advocated by the BJP government.
Social media has changed from being merely a place to post selfies to a book where history is continuously being written or re-written down.
Amidst deafening slogans, the women and men of Park Circus zealously sit in demonstration against the discriminatory Citizenship Amendment Act.
Close to 150 students, in a campus of 450, marched with roaring rallying cries against the unconstitutional Citizenship Amendment Act in NUALS, Kochi.
Since change through protests is a long-term process, people can often feel disillusioned. Here's what we can do to keep the resistance alive!
Students and youth who are directly involved in such unrest in large numbers are the most vulnerable group succeptible to mental health issues.