The Man Delhi Loves to Love

Suhel Seth

Being in the company of Bhaichand Patel

Women’s Day

For long relegated to the sidelines, heroines in history and mythology are taking centrestage in literature

Population Control: Let Her Have a Choice

Population control won’t succeed until women get to decide. A report from the frontline of family planning

Untameable Divinity

A vivid challenge to typical narratives about women’s suffering, sacrifice and spirituality in Pakistan

Remember Her

Incentives for women self-help groups deliver a big political message

Elif Shafak: ‘I defend a pluralistic, liberal democracy’

Turkish author Elif Shafak tackles difficult subjects, often to the ire of the ruling regime. She tells Rajni George how storytelling can create empathy

She Did It

A series of essays about the life and work of 10 women scientists

Empresses of Maladies

Cancer survivors are chronicling their stories, in books and on social media, with wisdom, courage and humour

The New Word Order

Fan fiction writes another age of female liberation


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