As long as there is dialogue and debate, the democratic fervour of a narrative will still be alive.
They jumped a wall, and shot at students one classroom after another.
This thought provoking video will rekindle the fire which has slowly died down, and stimulate every Indian to reconsider the issue of women's safety.
Calling her 'Nirbhaya' is nothing but 'satisfying our conscience that something good came out of something so ugly'.
Indians expressed sorrow over the incident that shook the lives of those who lost their kids and family members.
Controversy erupted as a Saudi cleric's wife showed her face uncovered and with make-up on a talk show, while he sat by in support. A welcome change.
Apar spoke about how India frames its laws around censorship and the line between societally “acceptable” and “unacceptable” bans.
Tempers have flared up as RSS affiliates and certain Hindu groups in Agra apparently converted Muslims to Hinduism. Question is, was it voluntary?
This act is more than just revenge, this is senseless, remorseless brutality.
Not one day has gone by when I did not feel grateful for the step towards the social space...
"I am not defending any claim against DDLJ but the one that has adverse consequences for individual subversion."
This is just the beginning! There is so much work ahead. I applaud all three of the women who spoke up last week and I hope that more people will do so.
Are they using their stardom to change the situation at the grassroots?
“The first thing he said to me was that girls from decent family don’t roam out late in the night drinking and partying with friends.”
Here I present to you the top 'No-Bail' laureates who, with their statements, not only enraged us but also contributed to great content in comedy shows.
There are so many more reasons which make DDLJ eligible to be prescribed in schools. Let’s not slight it. It is in no magnitude inferior to a Greek epic.