Ragpickers at Mumbai's Deonar, despite being 'unsung heroes of sustainability', battle garbage mafia and state apathy
At the Deonar dumping ground, it is easy to find many children who grow up in the garbage — the unregulated industry of child ragpickers is on the rise.
After Nawaz Sharif's revelation of Pakistan role in 26/11 attacks, RSS and India not only deserves an apology from Congress leaders Digvijaya Singh and Kripashankar Singh for willfully instigating discontent in the society
Ayesha Takia's husband Farhan Azmi also alleges that Kashiff Khan has made false promises to nine people about opportunities to open franchises of his restaurants
Abu Azmi has now taken over a school in Mazgaon which had been running under controversial preacher Zakir Naik's banned IRF till now.
For Congress, this is definitely not a good news, and that too at a time when rival parties are claiming the party is nearly done in Uttar Pradesh.
Farhan Azmi questions Esha Gupta's dignity and Farhan Akhtar's efforts towards women empowerment when they condemn Abu Azmi's take on Bengaluru molestation
Akshay Kumar had recently opened a martial arts training institute for women in Mumbai, in a collaboration with Yuva Sena chief Aditya Thackeray
In yet another horrifying incident of gender-based violence, scores of women were molested by drunken revellers on New Year's Eve in Bengaluru. In response, politicians and law enforcement officials exposed their callous indifference
The National Commission for Women (NCW) on Tuesday issued notices to Karnataka Home Minister G Parameshwara and Samajwadi Party leader Abu Azmi for allegedly making sexist comments regarding the molestation of women by a mob on New Year's Eve.
Why blame Abu Azmi? The mindset is so pervasive and deeply entrenched that it's pointless wasting time slamming their remarks. How come we never discuss the need for better policing?
Yes, #NotAllMen are molesters, but men like Abu Azmi exist — who openly voice out their misogyny, deep-rooted patriarchy and misplaced sense of masculinity and power — and that's a bigger problem.
Three days after a few women were molested in during the New Year's, Samajwadi Party party leader Abu Azmi shared his nuggets of wisdom. He came up with a rather strange analogy to describe or rather find an excuse for the predatory behaviour in men.
Abu Azmi's daughter-in-law Ayesha Takia had condemned the Samajwadi Party leader's sexist comment back in 2014 by saying she was 'ashamed' and 'embarrassed'
Three days after hooligans in Bengaluru went on a molestation rampage assaulting women who had gathered to celebrate the New Year, the assaulters are running free. But that's not all. Now Samajwadi party leader Abu Azmi had jumped in blaming the victims for the incident.
In an exclusive four-part series on radicalisation in India, Tufail Ahmad examines a variety of conditions and scenarios that have made it possible to radicalise youths in Maharashtra, Hyderabad, Kerala and indeed, India as a whole
In this age of internet and the reach of social media, any information battle — be it the Islamic State's online recruiting strategy or Zakir Naik's regressive ideology —cannot be won by using tools of conventional warfare.
From Baba Ramdev to Mulayam Singh Yadav: Shankaracharya Swaroopanand's comments on rape are not novel
Shankaracharya Swaroopanand Saraswati's comment on rape is not the first time such pronouncements have been uttered by public figures.
NCP and Samajwadi Party on Monday slammed Union Minister and BJP leader Sushma Swaraj's suggestion to declare Bhagwad Gita as a national scripture.
In a controversial comment, Samajwadi Party leader Abu Asim Azmi has said that Muslims who do not vote for his party are not "true Muslims."