19 Women Journalists Who Made News In 2018

19 Women Journalists Who Made News In 2018

At the end of another year, it’s time to shine the spotlight on some gutsy women journalists.
10 Women In STEM Whose Innovation In 2018 Deserves Your Attention

10 Women In STEM Whose Innovation In 2018 Deserves Your Attention

2018 has witnessed the rise of incredible women in STEM who’ve used intelligence and revolutionary thinking to touch communities all around.
12 Times 2018 Was Shook By Students' Campaigns And Campus Movements

12 Times 2018 Was Shook By Students’ Campaigns And Campus Movements

Students led protests and campus movements are important in any educational space because it reaffirms the democratic practice of dissent.
18 Indian Sportswomen Who Made A Difference In 2018

18 Indian Sportswomen Who Made A Difference In 2018

Here are 18 sportswomen in India whose achievements brought glory to our nation and we need to pay more attention to.
Dear Lok Sabha, Stop Criminalising Our Bodies And Lives

Dear Lok Sabha, Stop Criminalising Our Bodies And Lives

The Lok Sabha passed three dangerous bills that have been so poorly drafted that all of them further marginalise the very people they were supposed to safeguard.
These 20 Progressive Judgments From 2018 Restored Our Faith In The Indian Judiciary

These 20 Progressive Judgments From 2018 Restored Our Faith In The Indian Judiciary

Let's look back at how has the judiciary helped us in unfolding the progressive reforms and paved a way for a better society through its progressive judgments.
When Faith Collides With Career: Why UGC-NET Banning Hijab Is Arbitrary

When Faith Collides With Career: Why UGC-NET Banning Hijab Is Arbitrary

Will the system which has failed to provide employment, quality education, and has miserably failed in assuring even basic human rights, also keep stopping Muslim women to even appear in higher exams by banning hijabs?
TISS, Mumbai Hosts Its First Bahujan Arts Festival

TISS Mumbai Hosts Its First Bahujan Arts Festival

Last sunday TISS, Mumbai observed it’s first Bahujan Arts festival, which centred the works and narratives of artists coming from SC/ST/OBC and other marginalised backgrounds/artforms.
How the Trans Rights Bill Only Makes My Life More Difficult

How The Transgender Rights Bill Only Makes My Life More Difficult

It is imperative that the state’s ID processes take into account our complex lived realities, and try to make things simpler for us, but the new Transgender Rights Bill only makes it further difficult.
Jammu And Kashmir Criminalises Sextortion And Becomes The First State To Do So

Jammu And Kashmir Criminalises Sextortion And Becomes The First State To Do So

Sextortion, due to absence of physical force and lack of evidence, gives an idea of consensual sex to people, due to sheer disregard of psychological pressure.

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HCU Students Strike Back: Our Velivada Shall Stand To Challenge Your Brahmanism

HCU Students Strike Back: Our Velivada Shall Stand To Challenge Your Brahmanism

On 6th January 2019, Mr.Podile Apparao, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Hyderabad destroyed the portraits of the highly respected and esteemed leaders for Dalits of this country displayed around Velivada.
The Utter Failure Of Karan Johar's 'Brew-mance'

The Utter Failure Of Karan Johar’s ‘Brew-mance’

The 12th episode of Koffee with Karan shows how toxic masculinity, privileged talk, misogyny, sexism, and ignorance is highly normalised in India and Hardik Pandya has become the epitome of it.
Decoding Rahul Gandhi's Recent Sexist Remarks And Its Backlash

Decoding Rahul Gandhi’s Recent Sexist Remarks And Its Backlash

Congress President Rahul Gandhi makes misogynist comments, Prime Minister Modi gives a strong reply whereas his allies refute with patriarchal sexism on Twitter.