Gender

Unholy Propaganda

As the debate on the Uniform Civil Code rages, Humra Quraishi clears the many misconceptions there are floating around, about Muslims, because of the relentless Right-Wing pro...

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WOMEN OF STEEL

Some among us could be talking about the conditions of prisons in the country, and the various challenges faced by inmates, but only a handful reach out to them, writes Humra ...

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Fourth Edition of SamaBhav Ends

The fourth edition of SamaBhav, which ended on 22nd August 2022 in Dhaka Bangladesh has so far traveled to 31different cities and 14 Rural Districts in India, reports The Dail...

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MYTHWOMAN

Move over Amish. With the innovatively titled ‘Sati Series’, Koral Dasgupta is providing a much-welcome lens through which to look at our mythological texts. The a...

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Lenses, Women & Trauma

Cinema from Israel has been getting a lot more recognition globally – in terms of prestigious awards and academic courses revolving around it, writes Vandana Kumar. &ls...

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Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?

What is between recent popular Malayalam flicks and the wedding eve ceremonies in the bride’s house, asks Janaky Sreedharan  Curiously, this event has become a com...

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Women and Welfare

Humra Quraishi’s commentary today views welfarism and how it has gone wrong in India because it was applied only after pushing populations back to poverty and not before...

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Women in Cinema Collective: A Work In Progress

“An actress was a person who could never own herself,” writes Janaky Sreedharan in her piece about the role played by Women in Cinema Collective (WCC) in the Malay...

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Land of Unsuitable Women

We are witnessing in the state of Kerala today a spurt in unsuitable women - women who are undaunted naysayers, living or dead, writes Janaky Sreedharan “The one not no...

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Evening Shadows wins at Yatha Katha film festival

Sridhar Rangayan’s Gulabi Aaina and Evening Shadows to screen at Hyderabad Queer Film Festival Sridhar Rangayan’s feature film Evening Shadows continues its winni...

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URMI JUVEKAR: The Storyteller

Aparajita Krishna deep dives to writer Urmi Juvekar’s life and journey as a creati...

November 26 2022

Art of Lines & Commas

Khalid Mohamed in conversation with Ashok Namdeo Hinge, calligrapher, graphic designer a...

November 25 2022

Bengali Cinema: A Middle Way to Tread

Satyabrata Ghosh explores the cinema of West Bengal to conclude how the median between a...

November 22 2022