Kavita Krishnan on her book Fearless Freedom, what empowerment means, and why 'unlearning' propels equality
Kavita Krishnan's debut book examines the various facets of 'freedom' for women in modern-day India, revealing the deceptive ways in which seemingly benign tropes, hiding in plain sight, disempower women in the garb of emancipation.
Ahead of Chhapaak release, Kanu Behl on how his short film explores psychology of an acid attack perpetrator
While Deepika Padukone's Chhapaak chronicles the struggles of an acid attack survivor, Kanu Behl's Binnu Ka Sapna is an insight into criminal psychology.
Firstpost at Sundance: Netflix's Delhi Crime reconstructs 2012 gang-rape case with sensitivity, not sensationalism
Though the incident Delhi Crime addresses happened over six years ago, it does not limit the urgency of the show's narrative.
Supreme Court dismisses plea seeking immediate execution of death row convicts in 2012 December gangrape case
The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed a petition seeking directions for the immediate execution of the four men convicted in the Delhi gangrape and murder case of 2012.
Supreme Court resumes work after summer break: Ayodhya, Aadhaar, Delhi power tussle among matters listed for hearing
In the coming days, the Supreme Court is expected to deliver judgments in crucial cases including Aadhaar's constitutional validity, the power struggle in Delhi, and the review petition filed by death row convicts in the 2012 Delhi rape case.
It is only when there is outrage primarily about the rape, and not about how brutal it was or how it would pit one community against another — for example, the Kathua rape case — that real radical reform will follow