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Real feminism is not considering either sex superior: Devdutt Pattanaik

Author-cum-time machine Devdutt Pattanaik successfully transports us back to the times of Ramayana with his latest colouring book. He also talks about his fascination for Indian mythology and more

Published on 24th February 2017
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Meet this feminist who is redefining stereotypes through her filmmaking community for women

Filmmaker Vaishnavi Sundar talks about her brainchild Women Making Films, a platform for female filmmakers to showcase and promote their work

Published on 24th February 2017
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From breaking stereotypes to saving lives, in khaki 

IPS officer, Rema Rajeshwari shares her tale of overcoming obstacles, her campaign to raise awareness of child sexual abuse and many more. 

Published on 18th March 2017
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Neeya Naana fall out: 'Helicopter' women are 0.1% of us, they are an embarrassment to women everywhere: Signed, Modern Indian Woman

Here's what a Chennai-based working woman has to say after watching the recent Neeya Naana episode that's gone viral

Published on 22nd March 2017
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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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Let's talk, period! Here's how this 19-year-old boy's initiative is spreading awareness about menstruation among school students

Through The Red Cycle, Arjun Unnikrishnan and his team of 25 volunteers create forums of discussions in schools and colleges across Kerala to spread awareness about menstruation and menstrual health

Published on 13th April 2017
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Check out Heel the World, an app that allows young women to network with each other and make friends without sounding like Tinder

This new app from Aisle helps like-minded women connect with each other and network in a world that's increasingly becoming more and more socially impervious — and unsafe for women

Published on 24th April 2017
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Adios Prince Charming, Glass slippers and voiceless Princess! Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls introduces strong female leads into the world of fairytales

Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo, authors of Goodnight Stories reveal why they felt the need to write a book that features the inspirational stories ofa hundred extraordinary women.

Published on 6th June 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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Culture machine lets women leave for their periods: Digital media company's HR bosslady says that male employees loved the idea!

Culture Machine, which is also the parent company of Chennai's PutChutney has decided to give their women employees an off on the first day of their period, an option available on leave applications

Published on 4th July 2017
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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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Meet the 12th grader who's saying #NoMore to abuse: Sanya Runwal just wrote a book about abused women and it's pretty powerful

12th grader Sanya Runwal is out with her first book, Ten Dollar Bride. She talks about how she became a feminist and what keeps her going 

Published on 18th October 2017
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One shot of audacity, no sugar: Meet this internet sensation who has been sensitising the cyberworld way before #MeToo

With the keyboard as her sword and social media as her turf, internet sensation Satshya Anna Tharien speaks about stereotypes and using social media as a key weapon to fight it

Published on 23rd October 2017
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ME TOO: A lawyer's initiative to name academicians guilty of sexual assault brings 58 prominent names to the list, including nine from Delhi University

While the FB initiative has gained its share of supporters, several women activists have objected to the initiative that names or accuses men without substantiation or reason

Published on 25th October 2017
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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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