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Interview With Indian ‘Instant Divorce’ Victim Nida Khan
September 26, 2018
Interview With Indian ‘Instant Divorce’ Victim Nida Khan
How one woman is fighting against injustice, ignorance, and violence toward women in the name of religious practices.
Interview With Indian ‘Instant Divorce’ Victim Nida Khan
India’s Problem With Women
September 26, 2018
India’s Problem With Women
As tradition and modernity collide, India is the world's most dangerous place for women.
India’s Problem With Women
The ‘Pad Man’ of India’s Parliament
April 27, 2018
The ‘Pad Man’ of India’s Parliament
Lawmaker Ninong Ering’s progressive step toward a period-friendly India.
The ‘Pad Man’ of India’s Parliament
India Gets Serious About Maternity Benefits, But It Must Go Further
March 29, 2017
India Gets Serious About Maternity Benefits, But It Must Go Further
A new bill in India is a step in the right direction, but more remains to be done.
India Gets Serious About Maternity Benefits, But It Must Go Further
Rupali Patil on the Challenges of Being a Woman Artist
March 28, 2017
Rupali Patil on the Challenges of Being a Woman Artist
The artist from Pune, India recounts censorship and bias.
Rupali Patil on the Challenges of Being a Woman Artist
What’s It Like to Be a Woman in Bollywood?
March 17, 2017
What’s It Like to Be a Woman in Bollywood?
Shreya Narayan shares her experience as a Bollywood actress and what she see would like to see change.
What’s It Like to Be a Woman in Bollywood?
India's Twin Labor Reforms
August 17, 2016
India's Twin Labor Reforms
Two historic pieces of legislation aim to abolish child labor and provide relief to India's working women.
India's Twin Labor Reforms
Mothers: The Widows of Vrindavan
July 12, 2016
Mothers: The Widows of Vrindavan
Living in oppressive environments, Indian widows come to the holy city of Vrindavan to find peace.
Mothers: The Widows of Vrindavan
Supreme Court: Indian Temple Can't Stop Women From Entering
May 07, 2016
Supreme Court: Indian Temple Can't Stop Women From Entering
In legal cases across India, judges ruled that female worshipers can't be restricted from entering temples and shrines.
Supreme Court: Indian Temple Can't Stop Women From Entering
Bollywood: The Independent Women of Zoya Akhtar
May 06, 2016
Bollywood: The Independent Women of Zoya Akhtar
Director Zoya Akhtar is leaving her mark on Bollywood, with fresh new portrayals of female characters.
Bollywood: The Independent Women of Zoya Akhtar
Fighting for India’s Women
December 02, 2015
Fighting for India’s Women
The Gulabi Gang fights vigorously – and sometimes violently – for the rights of India’s beleaguered women.
Fighting for India’s Women
Delhi Gang-Rape: One of the Accused in Attack Must Face Justice as a Minor
January 28, 2013
Delhi Gang-Rape: One of the Accused in Attack Must Face Justice as a Minor
The verdict came in an appeal filed by authorities seeking a bone marrow test.
Delhi Gang-Rape: One of the Accused in Attack Must Face Justice as a Minor
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