Section 377 scrapped: Queer activists recount their most significant memories in the run-up to the verdict
For queer activists, it's been a long and arduous journey that led to the historic 6 September ruling scrapping Section 377
If there’s anything we should read into the Anouk ad it’s this – that just because the court is out of step right now, it does not mean the society won’t keep dancing ahead.
India's first transgender college principal will work with West Bengal's transgender development board on a new policy for the third gender in the state
Her appointment as the principal of Krishnanagar Women's College in West Bengal by the College Service Commission will be hailed all over the country as a triumph of liberalism.
Sarah Sewall, under secretary for civilian security, democracy and human rights at the US state department, said that both the countries can work together on issues like employment of women and sexual violence.