Vinod Dua was accused of sexual harassment by Nishtha Jain in a Facebook post on October 17, 2018 in what has come to be recognised as the second wave of the #MeToo movement in India
Full text: The Wire issues statement apologising for manner in which charges against Vinod Dua were 'trivialised'
The Wire on Saturday answered questions about the allegations against Dua and said that it does not agree with Dua's dismissal of the #MeToo movement.
#MeToo in India: Turning allegations against MJ Akbar, Vinod Dua into Left-vs-Right battle must be stopped
Twitter India is now a veritable warzone. Thank #MeToo for it, of course. We are not just talking about women who are taking to the keyboard.
The Wire on Wednesday issued a fresh statement on the allegations of sexual harassment against senior journalist and its consulting editor Vinod Dua.
Vinod Dua issues statement on sexual harassment accusation against him on The Wire podcast, mocks #MeToo movement
Vinod Dua denied the allegation levelled against him, and called it a "figment of someone's imagination".
Among the #MeToo allegations to have emerged recently is one against veteran journalist Vinod Dua.
When Nishtha Jain embarked on a documentary about the famous Gulabi Gang she wanted to tell a story about feisty women who take on domestic violence, corruption, police inaction. Now she's having to take on Big Bollywood as well.
A special screening of documentary film titled Gulabi Gang, directed by Nishtha Jain, will be held tomorrow for many Bollywood biggies including Raj Kumar Hirani, Gauri Shinde, Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Prasoon Joshi.
Gulabi Gang, a feature-length documentary, will be released in theatres across India on February 21, 2014. The film is being presented by actor/ producer Sohum Shah, who cinemagoers will remember from, Ship of Theseus. The trailer of the documentary was launched yesterday. Here are some images of the trailer launch.