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This IIT grad-led 'meninist' group in Karnataka organised pujas to exorcise feminism, #MeToo

They even organised pujas across India to cast out the Feminism demon or pisachini that had been misleading women for the past few years

Published on 25th September 2019
10-second-long film by JNU students

This 10-second-long film by JNU students tells us what's wrong with Kiran Rao's 'Change'

The film which was released on June 26, also tells us the story of two children, a boy and a girl, who are served milk 

Published on 27th June 2019
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Socialist ideas are now considered 'passe': Maitrayee Chaudhuri, author and JNU Sociology professor

Maitrayee Chaudhuri spoke to us about her book, everyday advertisements, everyday details in the English-language print media, the communicative abundance of television

Published on 26th June 2019
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NIFT alumni start a petition to reinstate jobs of 56 staffers who were fired for sexual harassment complaint

The termination came after a group of close to 13 support staff staged a protest at the campus stating that they got no resolution for their complaint on alleged sexual harassment

Published on 19th June 2019
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Kelirondu Katheya: Meet the NRI couple whose Kannada podcast has 30,000 listeners across the USA

Anand Hemmige, who has successfully established a Kannada podcast for kids living abroad, tells us how these podcasts are helping kids develop their listening skills and get in touch with their roots

Published on 22nd May 2019
Ambika Barman, Author

This IIFT student's debut novel shows us the life of the people in the Sunderbans

Ambika Barman's book Womb of fireflies hit the stands during the first week of March. The story is set in G Plot, an island in the Sunderbans

Published on 20th May 2019
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Meme this way: Meet the peeps who make India's best loved memes

You've shared them. You've laughed at them. You've marvelled at the wit. Have you wondered who was behind them? We talk to young meme artists in India to find out how it is helping them to

Published on 15th May 2019
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Study, but stay within limits and wear purdahs: Why AMU Islamic student group's poster reeks of patriarchy

Islamic Youth Federation of Aligarh Muslim University had put out a poster saying how a Muslim woman should be like a caged bird and be protected from communism, feminism, liberalism and atheism 

Published on 26th April 2019
Arivarasu Kalainesan and Rohit Abraham

The Therukural Story: How Arivu met OfRo and rapped about Periyar, Politics and Parai isai

Arivarasu Kalainesan and OfRo are coming together for their debut Tamil rap album and tell us all that has gone into creating it

Published on 26th March 2019
Feminist Meme Page Kerala

Meet the woman whose feminist meme page is on a LOL in Kerala 

Probably the first feminist meme page in Kerala, Too Much Equal is run by a 23-year-old woman, Rose Mary

Published on 8th March 2019
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The 'brown girl' interview: Aranya Johar is speaking the 'Language of Equality' in her latest poem 

Aranya's new poem 'The language of equality' was released ahead of International Women's Day, kickstarting a campaign called #PatriarchyKaPackup

Published on 8th March 2019
Ariana Gupta

This 17-year-old Mumbai girl is changing the way we look at fairy tales through her debut book 'New Age Fairy Tales'

Ariana Gupta tackles some of the problematic themes present in fairy tales as a step towards changing the messages conveyed through the kinds of stories we tell our children

Published on 21st February 2019
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Why Pariplab Chakraborty's paintings of Kashmiri women could stop you from calling them terrorists ​

Pariplab Chakraborty, who calls himself a radical feminist hopes to change the narrative on the people living in the conflicted areas in the country  

Published on 18th February 2019
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Men think women bosses don’t have practical knowledge, says IGP Roopa

Roopa said her immediate officers showed resistance while taking orders from her because she is a woman.

Published on 28th January 2019
TISS Bahujan Art Festival

Bahujan Art Festival: TISS students invite marginalised artists to showcase their art, culture and food 

In many mainstream art festivals, marginalised artists seldom find a space and when they do it is mostly a token seat, which is why this festival is important to the dalit movement to reclaim their ar

Published on 16th December 2018

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