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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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.
Kamal Nath was seen directing the crowd and was spotted near the area of attacks in spite of which Nath has denied any role in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
The protest began after the failure of various discussions with the state government to meet the demands of the employees and students of the special schools.
We should strive towards building a world for young girls so equality is not something they have to keep struggling for but is embedded deeply in everything.
Aunty shaming is real, and is an act of linguistic violence. And we need to talk about how our feminism in practice must recognise the hegemony of the younger generation in shaping discourses, where feminism is set up as oppositional and unavailable to ‘aunties’.