What Kailash Satyarthi has achieved is a proverbial drop in the ocean.
What I decide to wear, who I decide to be, whom I decide to love, is my burden, and mine alone.
This is not a moment to rejoice – but to introspect as a nation, and to sift through our priorities.
The fatality rate of those affected with the virus is up to 90%!
Nothing gives us the right to judge her for her choice of clothing or her decision to do the shoot.
I say that we need leaders, we need examples, we need people like Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi
"Don’t strangle yourself to despair by trying to change anything. The more things change, the more they remain the same."
Together, you and I can make an equal world where ‘women would run half of our countries and companies & men would run half of our homes’.
In spite of realizing how dreadful this myth is, I (and most other women) fall in the trap.
The Government should take into account all these issues, so that the campaign does not get reduced to a one-off popularity stunt.
Sub-consciously, we have practised or are practising some kind of discrimination which needs to stop, right here, right now!
The timing couldn't have been better, as the festive season is going on!
When primary medical providers themselves fail to understand the trauma and pain experienced by a rape survivor, how can we expect our judicial system to?
The fact that young girls and women are supposed to be a certain way to be beautiful, and to feel beautiful, is simply saddening.
Octavo- the Libro Cafe brings in something that had never happened for this sleepy city before.
The silver lining to the cloud that came in the form of decrease in the wage gap seems to be followed by yet another cloud of deteriorating work conditions.
When the band’s lead singer Chrissy Amphlett was diagnosed with cancer, she just knew that this song should be the new anthem for breast cancer awareness.
This initiative aims at bridging the gap between the rich and the poor by making it easier to give donations, and more dignified to receive them.
The trivialization of gender-based discrimination leads to a culture of silence that strengthens existing discriminatory social systems
It is not the Gandhi at 60 who is the hero, but the Gandhi at 21 who made choices that led him to the greatness.