Meet Tathagata Ghosh, Director of “The Goldfish who swam out of the Fishbowl”

Tathagata Ghosh is a film enthusiast first. His penchant for storytelling led him to write and make movies. Followed by

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Why I did not post a black DP for Asifa!

So, an 8-year-old girl got raped and killed. You put up a black DP for Asifa. Cool. You even filed

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India’s Caste Malice: Our Failed Crusade against Apartheid

India battled apartheid in the foreign soil of South Africa when they raised the issue on the agenda of UN

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Bechdel Test in 2017: Why movies still fail the test?

Until very recently movies have majorly glorified men (surprise surprise). However, recently we have seen a plethora of female-centric and feminist

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A Guardian of Faith: Guru Nanak’s Experiments with Religion

The Indian subcontinent is home to one-fifth of the world’s population. It also where one of the oldest civilizations of

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Ugadi Pachidi: Story of the cocktail called life!

One of the defining cultural facets while staying in the vibrant city of Hyderabad was witnessing her celebrate Ugadi. Being a

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#PressforProgress: Refocus on what International Women’s Day is about

It took me a while to fathom why the International Women’s Day made me so unhappy lately. For one thing,

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Lathmar Holi and India’s problematic relationship with Stalking

One of India’s most common stereotype that the West holds is based on our festival of Holi. We are well-known

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Why you can’t police Valentine’s Day out of India

In our country, Valentine’s Day is as much about love and mush, as it is about moral policing and vandalism.

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Hello Feminist Pedagogy: Why we need to change the Patriarchal Classroom

I was in grade six of my all-girls school. It was the biology class, and we were learning about human

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