The city we have started to fear

In our cities are bubbles; the deceiving ‘secure’ bubbles; bubbles that look like glass offices, bubbles that are gated apartment complexes and bubbles that are embellished with disco lights and artsy décor, serviced by valets and secured by beefy bouncers.

Delhi gang-rape: One year on, women still not ‘Nirbhaya’

While Nirbhaya’s case startled and shook us, there are millions of women who face subjugation, harassment, molestation, and are raped without ever reporting these incidents.

Safe in 21st Century India? A Tale of Four Cities

Four women give us an inside account of the relativity and reality of freedom and security in their hometowns—Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Bangalore.

The Death of Harry Potter

Harry Potter died because corruption in India did not spare the little plate of a hungry child.

Sexual harassment at workplace - violence in disguise

Unlike India sexual harassment laws are gender neutral in most parts of the world.

Inside the mind of a rapist

Could rapes be a byproduct of what is often termed as the "cult of masculinity"?

Delhi gang-rape: 12-point agenda to crackdown on sexual offences

For a city that aspires to twin London and Chicago, the National Capital has some serious mulling to do.