On Monday, Aishwarya Pissay, a Bengaluru-based biker, created history by becoming the first Indian to win a world title in motorsports.
Science and sports have often stereotypically been male-dominated. Meet Chandrima Shaha: the woman who single-handedly broke each of these stereotypes in both the fields.
If you’re a desi person on twitter, you have definitely come across the Ayesha Malik-Priyanka Chopra feud that’s been trending #1 for the past week.
Selective concerns are not uncommon in the fascist world we live in, and hence, the linking of abrogation of Article 35A and Article 370 with the supposed ideas of feminism is not outrightly shocking.
Seham Sergiwa was abducted on the night of 17th July, 2019 from her home in Benghazi by about twenty five to thirty armed men of the Libyan National Army.
With the death of Toni Morrison at 88, writers all around the world feel like they’ve lost a literary mother. Morrison was one of the most influential and important American writers of her time.
The twin phenomena of ‘climate panic’ and ‘climate anxiety’ are increasingly being recognized as real, as the barrage of op-eds will tell us, but Brishti Chanda, the Gen Z girl, felt them acutely at an age when us millennials were barely even aware of the term.
In a show of resistance against the government's move to revoke the special status granted to Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370, a protest march was organised in New Delhi from Mandi House to Parliament Street on August 7th, 2019.
One of the greatest feats achieved by Sushma Swaraj was the transformation of the foreign ministry as an elitist and inaccessible one to an actively responsive and easily accessible ministry whose benefits were received by everyone.
India’s leading female wrestler Vinesh Phogat claimed her third successive gold medal at the Poland Wrestling Tournament in the 53kg category.