Even today, a majority of Indian women cannot walk out of unhappy, incompatible or abusive marriages because they don't have the social and economic capital to do so
This week we saw a very different kind of response to people screaming for help as the waters rushed over their heads. A boat carrying 33 pilgrims capsized in a river in Karwar in Karnataka
You may want to forget about work when you get home, but as likely as not, the work does not forget you
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As a virtue, humility has seen better days
The hysterical circus over Rahul's gotra shows how India's political parties keep the religion/caste pot simmering
In the real world, the spectacle of a wife sticking up for a husband who faces allegations of sexual misconduct invariably evokes scorn
India does not have a blasphemy law that is as draconian as the one in Pakistan
Today, everyone can be a glittering star in the glamorous movies of their lives
This Durga Puja perhaps we could send up a prayer for more such enlightened judgments so the law can set women free wherever they are in chains
Despite a slew of tough laws against rape, why do we repeatedly encounter an institutional reluctance to call it out?
So were Ms Williams and her apologists right in insisting that her penalty, and hence her mighty temper tantrum while she was being outplayed, had to do with gender inequity?
To be up close with the power and potential of AI can also be slightly unnerving
What Gurumurthy was referring to was the plea in the Supreme Court challenging the ban on the entry of women of menstruating age to Kerala's Sabarimala temple
When they are upon you and around you - menacing and feral and grinning because they know their power?