Fed on toxic masculinity and virulent patriarchy, young men are picking up guns and stalking women. It is time to regulate the sale of weapons and counsel youngsters
Fed on toxic masculinity and virulent patriarchy, young men are picking up guns and stalking women. It is time to regulate the sale of weapons and counsel youngsters.
The killing of girl student by her classmate inside a prestigious college in Greater Noida shows the apathy of the system in addressing gender-based violence
Young girls are being killed for rejecting a relationship. It is toxic masculinity, and not love that is at fault
Munger—The City of Guns—is no longer the hub for manufacturing of illegal firearms. Action has shifted to other districts as well
Frequent instances of firing and shootouts, easy availability of pistols and kattas and alleged gang wars ... locals in this Jharkhand town have been longing for peace
With a spate of murders of young people in the country, the effect of cinema on youth is once again under the spotlight
US laws allow citizens to buy and own guns. Political parties get massive funding from gun lobbies, who thwart strict regulation. The reasons why mass shootings and killings have become common
The Odisha train disaster may soon become an event of the past, but the lives of the families of the victims and those involved in rescue and relief operations are changed forever
By supporting the wrestlers' protests, the Khaps have taken up the issue of sexual violence against women. Does this signify a shift in the structure that is considered to be largely patriarchal?
One of the major questions that emerge after the violence pertains to the decision of the police to resort to firing instead of taking preliminary measures like water cannons and tear gas.
At least three films on West Bengal that present the Hindutva narrative are set to release before the 2026 assembly elections
The history of propaganda cinema shows that for centuries these films have been catering half-truths to the masses that help straitjacketing the intended message
This four-decade war needs to end so that peace can be restored in the region. The State needs to ensure proper implementation of its policies for the surrendered cadres while creating more job opportunities for the Adivasi youths in the education, health, and agriculture departments.
Designed to increase access to quality education in tribal areas, the Eklavya Model Residential Schools face a host of challenges
An argument for the development of multi-dimensional indices for strategic interventions