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BAPSA has issued a statement in solidarity with the Tamil director and condemned the intimidation and harassment he has been facing on social media
#YouGoGirl: This girl-powered club in Hyderabad is starting conversations on Islamophobia, Discrimination and more
Ayesha Syeda feels that, "We just want to share information and experiences. It doesn't have to amount to anything, but it surely might lead to something."
When the hearing in the case of Section 377 at Supreme Court concluded, college students across the city felt that its high time that the archaic law criminalising homosexuality is reformed
'Report says 36% of Indian companies and 25% among MNCs are not compliant with the Sexual Harassment Act, 2013'
Kirthi Jayakumar, founder of The Red Elephant Foundation talks about the laws in India for sexual harassment and her upcoming workshop on preventing it at the workplace
The Pro Vice-Chancellor of Newcastle University speaks about their commitment to education, skill development and social justice
9 in 10 Chennai principals feel their high school boys have no clue about gender sensitisation: Study
The study titled, 'Gender Sensitisation of Adolescent boys and its linkage to the creation of positive male role models', involved principals from 20 prominent schools in Chennai as respondents
In 2014, Yousafzai became the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of her efforts for children's rights
Aditi Anand established why it is ‘cool to care’ and how youngsters across India are taking up the cause of conservation very seriously
Her recent achievements include representing India at the International Art Festival “Planet of Art” conducted by UNESCO clubs association in Kazakhstan
After UN drops event on Ambedkar's b'day at Indian Govt's behest, Dalit groups turn to US, Canada for support
Deelip Mhaske was set to organise a conference on how AI could reduce the impact of caste discrimination at the UN's General Assembly, until they pulled the plug. Now what will happen?
In an increasingly diverse world, it is essential to not use gender specific terms to describe people and professions because it can be considered extremely sexist
Women would be appointed as drivers as part of the government's decision to ensure gender equality in all walks of society
The colour continues to be an important symbol of the Ambedkarite movement and is also the colour of the part flag floated by the Ambedkar Scheduled Castes Federation of India
These kids from Bengaluru are creating an environment of inclusivity through their plays
Better health, education for women led to rapid fall in population growth in India, says First Secy in India's Mission to UN
The availability of health services in India took a giant step towards universal health coverage last September when the National Health Protection Scheme was launched
When the students were not perturbed by their chants, the ABVP members allegedly pushed a cow, which was passing by, towards them
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