The myth of the Rantas tells Kashmiri girls and women: beware of yourselves.
Given only two non-working days to reopen, public schools in New Delhi are struggling to resume offline classes that meet health and safety requirements.
Who decides what “knowledge” is? Why is it important? And how can we break the hierarchies that have been cemented in our systems?
Unlike the IITs, the gender ratio is in favour of women at India’s liberal arts institutions. Yet, the difficulties faced by women-in-science present themselves in nuanced forms, as early experiences from Ashoka University’s STEM programs suggest.
What roles can doctors play in communicating the ill effects of air pollution to patients, and can their role go beyond hospitals?
Here's a look at how community-led interventions can be used to improve mental health care in rural India.
Editor’s note: We recommend reading part one of this series, on the leaky pipeline that women endure from school and coaching classes to the...
Women are systematically pushed out of the pipeline that takes them from school, through coaching and the JEE, onto engineering college. At each step of this journey, here's how bright female minds are lost to gender stereotypes and biases, or the ‘leaks’ in the IIT pipeline.
With India yet to pass a citizen-centric data protection law, could this cost our trade ties with privacy-centric economies?