Women’s Rights in the Balance as India Weighs Criminalizing Marital Rape
By Saumya Uma
India's Supreme Court is poised to deliver a landmark judgement that may make marital rape a crime, a fiercely debated subject with roots in colonial law.
In Manipur, Women Are Both Victims and Instigators of Sexual Violence
By Kavita Chowdhury
“Whether they be Kukis or Meiteis, the common factor is that women and children are the worst sufferers of this conflict.”
Indian Wrestlers Demanding Arrest of Sports Official for Sexual Abuse Suspend Protests
By Sheikh Saaliq
The sports minister promised a swift probe into alleged sexual harassment by Wrestling Federation of India Chief and BJP parliamentarian Brij Bhushan Singh.
Shocking Delhi Murder Bares India’s Problem With Intimate Partner Violence
By Neeta Lal
The murder of Shraddha Walkar shone a spotlight on the pervasive issue of domestic violence.
Rape and Silence in Kashmir’s Jihad
By Siddharthya Roy, Ojaswin Kathuria, and Sayan Ghosh
Kashmiri women drop the veil on years of systematic rape and abuse by Islamist militants in the Kashmir Valley.
Is Delhi’s Heavy Surveillance Making Women Safer?
By Sarah Khan
Delhi is turning into a surveillance city, replete with CCTV cameras, under the guise of protecting women. But are women any safer than before?