Under lockdown in Europe, Indian students go online to protest inequalities back home, keep up with academics
"All of us are fighting a global coronavirus pandemic, along with a failing political economy at the age of 24/25. And at the same time, we are trying to navigate through life — none of us are prepared for that. It is unprecedented,” says an Indian student living under lockdown in Europe
Climate-aware kids could be key to changing pesky behavioural patterns hurting the planet.
At the heart of both art and activism is the idea of vulnerability — of surrendering oneself and being fearless, said TM Krishna at Tata Literature Live!
Saudi Arabia expels Canadian ambassador due to 'interference' in internal affairs, freezes new trade with country
This decision comes after Canada demanded the immediate release of jailed human rights campaigners. The kingdom gave Horak 24 hours to leave the country.
Swami Agnivesh is back home. "Alive," he points out when Archbishop of Delhi Anil Couto calls on him at the Arya Samaj offices he is staying at after his return from Ranchi and a brief stay at the Trauma Centre at Safdarjung Hospital
2018’s ceremony might just be the most political Oscars we’ve ever seen, with movements like #MeToo, #TimesUp, and #NeverAgain bringing really serious and important issues such as assault, abuse, and gun control to the center of our sociocultural conversation
Radio in a Purse, comprised of basic equipment such as audio recorders and headphones, is empowering students to have larger discussions about sexual harassment with anonymity | #FirstCulture
Sujatha Gidla talks about her memoir, Ants Among Elephants, caste-based discrimination and why she refused to participate in an event alongside Smriti Irani
Gurugram student murder: Heartless NGOs lend no support to parents; prefer silence against 'mighty' private schools
Schools in India are growing insensitive towards children largely because parents have no support in their fight against mighty institutes like Gurugram's Ryan International School
Medha Patkar, along with those affected by the Sardar Sarovar Project, will launch an indefinite fast to protest against alleged forced eviction of the affected families
“It is unfair to say that only politics is male-dominated,” Gul Panag says in this week’s edition of First Lady with Meghna Pant.
Yogi Adityanath toughens up against miscreants, tells cops to act irrespective of political leanings
Don't spare those who create nuisance irrespective of their political leanings as law and order is a top priority, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has told police officials.
At least 10 Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) activists were arrested for allegedly creating a ruckus in a showroom of apparel brand Zara at Lower Parel area in Mumbai to oppose the sale of "Pakistani brands" of clothes.
Ramjas College clash was just a spark since students across Delhi have been waging small and big battles for months now be it against the changed rules for UGC fellowships, discriminatory hostel rules for women or the JNU incident in 2016
The new message is simple- why wait for trategy to strike. Instead Alarm bajne se pehle Jaago Re!
Goa Election 2017: Rejecting handouts, activists give political parties their own grassroots manifesto
Responding to sops in various manifestos, Sabina Martins, convenor of the Goa Bachao Abhiyan, observed that 'politics has become a business'
After the Kodaikanal Won't song went viral, Unilever's CEO tweeted that he wanted 'facts, not false emotions'. Sofia Ashraf serves him the facts in response
Facebook is facing a $1 billion lawsuit for willingly providing “material resources” to Hamas. The lawsuit was filed in New York by families of 5 Americans who were killed or hurt in the recent wave of attacks in Israel.
Elliott Management Corp's deal to acquire Dell Inc's software assets shows how the U.S. hedge fund and a prominent activist investor is stepping up its private equity practice, and positioning itself for more takeovers in the tech sector.