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Sneha Krishnan talks about the otherness of LGBTQ

Music and women, both deemed impure by the Taliban, now come together in Farhad Darya's shows.

Sakhi Nitin-Anita joined Akshara, in Mumbai as an intern with a head full of questions about feminism...Did she find answers, or more questions?

-- excerpts from a talk delivered by Nivedita Menon political scientist and feminist scholar, as part of the Open Space/CCDS ‘Keeping the peace’ lecture series, February 25 2011.

Girls swept the first prizes across all three age groups at the recent Google Science Fair -- why is this still news?

Is SlutWalk "an annoying, antifeminist paradox, recreational hacktivism which topples over the very ideas it means to uphold"?

Manjuben Truckdriver has created space for herself in a very macho world – but has she shaped the space to herself or vice versa?

Poet-seeker Arundhathi Subramaniam talks about feminism, spirituality and poetry

What does an assertive, 21st-century woman make of Mirabai, the epitome of feminine submission?

Women, Peace and Justice: Not An Easy Equation? Nivedita Menon in Pune.

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