Tag: Women in India

Shruti Rajkumar  |  April 16, 2018
This is a lament for Asifa and for all the violence towards women and children that we have been hearing about in the news. I feel like the first thing...
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Shruti Rajkumar  |  April 7, 2015
I apologise a lot. It’s not just that I say “sorry” when I think I’ve hurt someone, I sometimes say “sorry” when I have a different opinion from someone else,...
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Priya Gordon Clarance  |  October 15, 2014
Being the daughter of an Army Officer I had the privilege of experiencing different places, cultures, food and people every two years. I remember being a very happy child who had...
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Shobana Vetrivel  |  August 15, 2014
  In Delhi, one of the traditions that mark Independence Day celebrations is kite flying. The markets come alive with kites of all shapes, sizes and colours. The sky is...
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Shruti Rajkumar  |  August 13, 2014
“What’s it like to be a woman in Delhi? Do you feel safe?" Those were the questions I was often asked while traveling last month. With the recent publicity of...
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