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My critique of the content, apart from the interview of the rapist, is not my basis for seeking postponement. But the title says India’s “daughter” , which is patriarchal and problematic.
I think it's bad pretty much the world over. Women's clothes are seen as linked with their moral calibre and sexual morality, so women's clothes are always a loaded issue in countries all over the world. India is no exception there, but India is not special either.
In France, with the burkini ban, the idea that covered dress is something which is some kind of insult to French culture. So, what it that? You're loading some kind of national burdens onto women's bodies and women's clothes. And all of them are burdens that take away from women's autonomy.
It has an interview with Sheila Dixit, the former chief minister of Delhi, talking about discrimination against women in our society. Dixit is actually one of those who is known to have made victim-blaming remarks herself when she was the chief minister. When a journalist was killed late in the night in Delhi, she actually said, "Why was she out at 3 o'clock at night — that's too adventurous of her!"
If there are lakhs of people angry and mourning, or sad, in Kashmir, if they have a resentment, then the way to deal with it is not to use bullets to claim lives or to use pellet guns to take away the eyesight of Kashmiri people.
We have to remember that Kashmir is not just a piece of land
Killers (of Gauri Lankesh) would be caught if honest police officers are allowed to do their job without political interference
The world is waiting and the Rohingya Muslims are waiting [for Suu Kyi to condemn the violence]
If their [Rohingya's] home is not Myanmar, where they have lived for generations, then where is it?
In solidarity with Gauri Lankesh, more power to your pen
I feel that Kasturba was not given the importance she deserved.There are no books about her contribution
He chose to live among the poorest of the poor in Phoenix in the midst of the African community (when no Indians were living there), leaving behind his beautiful home and comfortable life in Durban
There were lots of unknown Special Branch people who used to keep an eye on us. They recruited people from the community, paid them and asked them to spy on people like us. So there was a culture of spying at that time.
There were many, many difficulties that we faced. In the area where I was born we had no electricity, no running water. The roads were never fixed. Public transport was not available except for trains. So in terms of government services, we had nothing in that area.
In Satyagrapha, that’s the newspaper that I run, we try to promote Gandhian views.
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