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India's gender minorities undeterred by the law

Sharing my recent story on how LGBTIQ Indians have gained some social acceptance after struggling over the last 2 decades. … Read More»

They're workers too!

Sharing my piece about people whom many often use, misuse and abuse, as per their convenience. http://www.asiasentinel.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=51... … Read More»

Educate girls, enrich lives

Since July 2009, I have been a friend and occasional mentor to a unique high school for girls run by the Bangalore Municipality. … Read More»

Survivors

Here's an extract from a poem of mine that was published in a 2013 edition of Urban Confustions, a journal of creative expression from women worldwide. When I remember them I just cry … Read More»

Celebrating a unique women's network

Earlier this month, the Network of Women in Media, India - http://nwmindia.org (of which this writer is a member) marked a decade of its fruitful existence. … Read More»

Our bodies, our freedom, our right

These were the words with which some of us marched for an hour through the busy roads of south Bangalore (an Indian city). … Read More»

She tackles the abuser

Last month, I was delighted and inspired to meet and write about Dr, Christauria Welland, a Canadian family counsellor based in San Diego, California (US). … Read More»

Visible people, invisible tales

Labour day. International Workers' Day. These are two phrases that herald the importance of the annual holiday on 1st May. … Read More»

Meeting the women farmers of Malnad

“One need not be an environmentalist or social activist to consider growing fruits, vegetables or flowers at home. … Read More»

A day for every woman

She cleans our homes Or roads, offices or parks She stitches clothes Or sells fruits or flowers Jamuna the domestic worker Mary the janitor Zeenat the garment worker … Read More»

Remembering India's first lady with the lens

Homai Vyarawalla, the first woman photojournalist in India, passed away earlier this month aged 98 years. … Read More»

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