Manual scavengers and Dalit activists from all across India held a protest march at Jantar Mantar in Delhi under their 125 days long nationwide #BhimYatra.
This video speaks for every individual who stands for a cause, and knows that violence, be of any kind is not an option to ensure any right of any kind.
When it has become important to discuss the ethics of photography, TOI just reiterated that a woman's body is constantly under public scrutiny.
Given cinema's extent of influence in our society, it might be safe to assume that there should be some moral responsibility of movie makers towards it.
'Kapoor And Sons' stands tall in weaving a saga of individualism that has its roots in the rediscovery of harsh boundaries of family and relationships.
Defining art in the form of styles and tools is reducing it to drudgery. Art is meaningful in its purpose and constant search for new purposes.
I got in touch with a few 'American Desis' to learn about how they connect with India and their Indian-American identity.
On April 4, 2016, JNUSU gave a call for a protest outside Bikaner House in Delhi for action against PT coach allegedly involved in Delta Meghwal's death.
When a film that’s supposed to be about gender equality begins with a Honey Singh song, you know that it’s not a good sign.
It is unfortunate that governments would want to suppress such powerful voices just because they speak out the uncomfortable truth.
Next time your man forgets to bring the condom, you’ll have plenty of reasons to roll over and snore.
The winners of the 63rd National Film Awards were announced on 28th March, 2016, yielding both surprising and not-so-surprising results.
The trailer raises an important conversation on how social divisions have been made so concrete that even aspiring for something bigger seems unreal.
A glimpse of the current tensed scenario at the Hyderabad Central University.
Rich and poor, men and women, all celebrate together. The atmosphere is about excitement, pleasure and joy.
It is surprising to see how little we seem to care about a resource, the absence of which can literally bring an end to life as we know it.
If this was an attempt to actually counter objectification of women, it was disastrous, to say the least.
In mainstream Bollywood—hell, in Dharma films themselves—one hardly sees queerness at all, and when we do, it’s riddled with horrible, harmful stereotypes.
Hundreds across the globe were wishing Twitter a happy birthday, citing reasons for why they love the platform and how it has helped in various ways.
Let me state that I'm in favour of journalists like Arnab Goswami who've kept the 'dummy's guide to journalism' aside.
He doesn't point fingers, he doesn't blame, he just lays down the issues as they are, and that's what makes it even more difficult to digest.
Can this freedom really be called ‘freedom’? Has the Red Fort really won or has it been defeated again?