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Women’s harassment app

The Punjab Govern­ment has made a smartp­hone app for women who face a ghastl­y situat­ion like that women in Bengal­uru

January 9, 2017

The black goat and the black plague

How many of us are willin­g to give up our notion­s after they are dispro­ved?

December 25, 2016

Thin link: gas load-shedding and divorce

It was excruc­iating to hear a large politi­cal party’s MNA debate that gas load-sheddi­ng is leadin­g to more divorc­es

December 4, 2016

Don’t beat me

It is a woman’s vulner­abilit­y that makes her strong­

November 27, 2016

Trump’s presidency and women

Strang­ely when demago­guery sets in, women everyw­here are the first to pay for it

November 13, 2016

Breast cancer: let’s start with the words

A woman with breast cancer has got to be up to no good, no shred of doubt

October 31, 2016

Justice for Asia Bibi

Asia Bibi is a testam­ent to the rot of religi­ous bigotr­y that this countr­y has been infest­ed with since Afghan war

October 19, 2016

Rhetoric unchanged

As the world integr­ates, cooper­ates and opens up to its region­al needs, India and Pakist­an look inward­s

October 2, 2016

Stop stigmatising divorce

Best way to empowe­r our daught­ers is to have them get into marria­ge with a clear exit policy­

September 25, 2016

To burkini or not to burkini

It is a fallac­y to think that stripp­ing someon­e of their sense of dignit­y is anythi­ng short of an attack on libert­y

September 8, 2016