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Probably the first feminist meme page in Kerala, Too Much Equal is run by a 23-year-old woman, Rose Mary
Aranya's new poem 'The language of equality' was released ahead of International Women's Day, kickstarting a campaign called #PatriarchyKaPackup
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
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
Roopa said her immediate officers showed resistance while taking orders from her because she is a woman.
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
The Students' Biennale aims to alter the way in which art education programmes work
The event is curated by actor and filmmaker Archana Padmini and will be held in Mamangam Dance School
Bestselling author of Sita's Sister, Kavita Kané talks about her love for mythology and the examination of female characters in the epics
This is the first time that Team India got past the quarterfinals and won silver. The Indian Schools Debating Society has been coaching and sending students for tournaments for the last 10 years
Alishya Almeida and Meghna Chaudhury started writing five books that do not pander to any stereotypes
Mounica Tata, a Bengaluru-based cartoonist has found an artistic way to start a dialogue about body shaming, feminism, marital rape and colour politics
Started by Sehaj Sahni, the project is a huge hit among youngsters who need space to eat, chill and make their ideas come to life — with free wi-fi
Ever been ridiculed for reading a romance novel? We find out from editors, authors and book lovers if this attitude towards timeless romance has changed over time
No Pride on Campus: LGBTQ support groups in Indian colleges forced to function in secret because of discrimination
Students across the country want to be more pro-LGBTQ but have to function underground, for obvious reasons. We find out more..
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