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The Generation Slap

Madhavankutty Pillai

What makes an orthodoxy like Iran disband the morality police

Gone Girl

The recent news of the sale of girls in Rajasthan has made ripples as far as New Delhi. Why is it still happening?

Out of the Veil in Iran

Iran’s youth have been reeling under an economy marred by decades of US sanctions, corruption and the pandemic. The attempts to tighten the noose on social freedoms and the state’s heavy-handedness have therefore invited an almost instant and massive pushback

Conjugal Justice

Five years after instant triple talaq was declared unconstitutional, many Muslim women now seek a ban on other unequal practices

Notes of the Soil

The fifth edition of Delhi Contemporary Art Week celebrates female imagination and leadership

‘Grief takes many shapes In the novel,’ says Jokha Alharthi

Omani author Jokha Alharthi’s new book chronicles a young woman’s attempts to understand home and belonging. The author in conversation with Open

The Dance of Freedom

An intergenerational story about Devadasis

Truths and Taboos

An anthology on the differences and commonalities of menstruation in South Asia

Shri Ram College of Commerce: Asset Allocation

Participative learning runs parallel to chalk and talk

Arunima Choudhury: Natural Flair

How Arunima Choudhury has become an exponent of sustainable aesthetics

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