If you complain that #metoo is scary, read this

#MeToo movement gained a lot of popularity during the Harvey Weinstein case. Since then Hollywood has seen many assaulters convicted

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My Daughter’s Feminist Training, Out of Syllabus

My daughter came home from her pre-school sometime early this year with the notion that boys make great doctors and

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The Durga Mythology Fails Women in India

The Devi Paksha started today. The lunar phase of the feminine, according to Hindu mythology. This fortnight, we celebrate the Adi Shakti, the ultimate

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Miguel Street – Experience the world in one street

“A stranger could drive through Miguel Street and just say “Slum!” because he could see no more. But we who lived there saw our street as a world, where everybody was quite different from everybody else. Man-man was mad; George was stupid; Big Foot was a bully; Hat was an adventurer; Popo was a philosopher, and Morgan was our comedian.”

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Quiz:Identify the cityscapes

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Dr Mandakranta Bose: On Sanskrit, her journey, and organizing the 17th World Sanskrit Conference

“Sanskrit has practically been my whole life” says Dr. Mandakranta Bose, Professor Emerita at UBC who retired as the director

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Whatever happened to the Romance novels?

Either the romance novels available everywhere have taken a wrong turn or I am too old to enjoy a cheesy

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The Review of Stree: An Almost There Horredy!

The lukewarm success of Amar Kaushik’s Stree comes as a pleasant surprise. The genre is brand new in the country,

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Yeh Meri Family Review: Making Indian TV Great Again

Remember when you would wait a whole week for one carefully crafted 30-minute episode of your favorite Indian drama? That

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5 Tips to make your day at Galle Fort Phenomenal!

Galle is, without a doubt, the highlight of my weeklong Lanka sojourn. And the key attraction of Galle is a

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