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Snehalaya

World AIDS Day: How Girish Kulkarni has been working to educate kids born to HIV parents in red light areas

Girish Kulkarni 's organisation, Snehalaya has been a home to over one lakh people who suffered from the disease and children whose future can be bright if we work in their interest

Published on 1st December 2020
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Work of law schools across globe helped SC verdict on section 377

OP Jindal Global University Vice Chancellor C Raj Kumar said the fact that the apex court has cited research work of the faculty members is a testament to the institutions' commitment and contribution

Published on 17th September 2018
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Women's Day: How these women are cleaning the country up, literally 

IIHS and TNUSSP have come together to to celebrate our women working in the sanitation department and have launched a social media campaign to bring more attention to their work

Published on 8th March 2020
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With 24X7 helpline, this B'luru boy will make sure that you get a blood donor within an hour 

People who are willing to become blood donors register with the organisation and are contacted whenever there is a request for a particular blood group

Published on 21st December 2017
Malini Jeevarathnam

Why does queer filmmaker Malini Jeevarathnam obsessively make movies on LGBT issues?

The protégé of Kabali and Kaala director Pa Ranjith, Malini makes cinema that is grounded and extremely focused on LGBTQIA+

Published on 30th October 2019
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Why you should read Parmesh Shahani's book 'Queeristan: LGBTQ Inclusion in Corporate India'

On September 6, 2018, a five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court unanimously decriminalised part of the 158-year-old colonial law under Section 377 of the IPC

Published on 9th September 2019
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Why you should follow @hungover.hamlet on Insta to read his poems featuring anti-war sentiments

Nilesh Mondal's poems are simple yet profound. They leave an impact on the readers' minds and make them wonder. We find out how

Published on 25th September 2020
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Why more Indians have turned to seeing their therapists online in the middle of the pandemic

COVID has forced many services to go online. This includes therapy too. We asked a few youngsters what they felt about it

Published on 10th October 2020
LGBT Pride

Why is pride associated with homosexuality? Understanding the terms queer, gay and bisexual

Who is called a straight person? The word ‘straight’ is used to refer to a person who is heterosexual, that is, anyone who has a sexual orientation to persons of the opposite of sex

Published on 22nd September 2018
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Why everyone should check out The Pridebook, a social networking site built for the LGBTQIA+ community

The Pridebook is a comprehensive networking platform for the LGBTQ community. This platform provides a medium wherein the community can connect, interact, seek counsel and explore job opportunities

Published on 13th April 2019
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Why Bengali poet Suman Sadhu is talking love, gender and politics in his latest anthology

The poems address the taboo associated with being a part of the community that is considered to be a fringe of the society. Suman wants to be their voice  

Published on 18th September 2019
The Poetry Club Ankita Shah

Why Ankita Shah and The Poetry Club can help you rediscover your love for poetry

Ankita Shah talks about her tryst with poetry and what she plans to do with The Poetry Club, her fast-growing poetry movement

Published on 16th April 2019
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Who is Andy Jassy? Here's all you need to know about the new CEO of Amazon

Andy Jassy joined Amazon in 1997 and has worked with Bezos for a long time as the founder himself said in his letter to his employees

Published on 3rd February 2021
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When you're gay, your gender is under scrutiny. Not your work: Kolkata teacher after sacking 

After being  denied a teaching position when he shifted from full-time to part-time employment, gay teacher Avijit Kundu says he has no plans to sue the school just yet

Published on 23rd March 2018
Kerala floods

When love trumps prejudice: How this Kerala queer group is helping the flood victims

From opening their 24*7 helpline to make distress calls to adopting tribal villages, Queerythm shows that during the adverse time, mankind unites to become one

Published on 25th August 2018

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