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You can't please everyone: Now that she's done, MCC's first College Union Society Chairwoman talks about her year in the hot seat

Rebecca Catherene, who has been heading Madras Christian College's CUS this past year, looks at her year in review and talks about the experience of being a woman in college politics

Published on 6th April 2017
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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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Why Director Aparna Malladi's Girls-Only Jane Austen Book Club may be the perfect way for Hyderabadis to brush up on their classics

The filmmaker and avid reader has thought up a novel way to discuss the timeless women in Jane Austen and is sure to get a lot of like-minded people on board

Published on 31st August 2017
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What would you do if you got the first day off on your period: These answers will surprise you

The entertainment company Culture Machine just announced that it would give women employees the first day off of their periods. We asked a couple of women what they would do if they got the day off!

Published on 4th July 2017
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Was that a 'Youthquake'? Must be 'fake news'. Here are words that trended in 2017

Complicit, Feminism and Truth have been named top words of 2017 by several dictionaries and a language monitoring body as words used most by people this year

Published on 21st December 2017
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Want some #GirlLove? This Hyderabad-girl's FB group will give you a daily dose of  'women-spiration'

The Last Mile Connection, an all-women Facebook group, started by 24-year-old Apoorva Marur began aims at making women stand up for each other 

Published on 31st March 2018
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This Bengaluru-based cartoonist captures aspects of our daily lives through doodles

Mounica Tata, a Bengaluru-based cartoonist has found an artistic way to start a dialogue about body shaming, feminism, marital rape and colour politics

Published on 5th June 2018
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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
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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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This global online platform is helping women to express freely, upskill and find job opportunities. Here's how 

Fuzia currently has more than 50,000 members and over 4 million followers on social media. We find out more about what the platform offers

Published on 25th August 2020
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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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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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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
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The Pa Ranjith interview: On women empowerment, a transgender actor’s question that haunts him and being a Beyonce fan

We spoke to Director Pa Ranjith about his new platform that offers workshops and employment opportunities to aspiring women and transgender filmmakers and why he thinks this is crucial

Published on 25th July 2020
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The Kavita Kane interview: Why Feminism in Indian mythology matters today

Going back to how she began writing, much before her first book Karna’s Wife gave her a cult following, Kane was a journalist who had ‘not handled creative writing — not even in a college magazine

Published on 4th November 2017

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