By Monisha Rajesh - 30 September 12:35
The government has done little more than to satisfy the emotional sense of injustice, and hush up the masses temporarily while shying away from the bigger issue: how to prevent the crimes?
By Martin Plaut - 17 September 01:33
One hundred years ago, Gandhi launched the decisive 1913 campaign that was to transform him into a figure of international stature. Later this year, we commemorate it.
By Asiya Islam - 30 August 03:41
The idea that India is "the rape capital of the world" needs to be challenged but without refusing women's experience of fear and violence.
By Monisha Rajesh - 29 August 03:19
Every time a high-profile rape case occurs in India, there is shock, outrage and protests, but nothing actually changes.
By Soumya Bhattacharya - 03 January 05:33
It won’t be so easy to change the deeply entrenched patriarchal mindset that lead to the rape of a 23-year-old woman in Delhi.
By Priya Virmani - 31 December 11:46
In the backwaters of India, in rural areas still governed by feudal mindsets, rapes and gang rapes continue with impunity. The candle flame wave being carried through Delhi’s foggy, winter nights is not reaching this India.
By Ritwik Deo - 05 December 09:36
A love story based on scenery, souvenir T-shirts, watches and hope.
By Rose George - 09 November 05:11
The subject of periods and menstruation is even more taboo for India's girls than defecation - many have no idea what is happening when the bleeding starts.
By William Dalrymple - 11 October 11:35
As India’s growth rates hit the buffers, the poor are sinking beneath a tide of seeming government indifference to their plight as politicians focus on looking after their cronies. Is it goodbye to the Asian tiger?
By Paul Cotterill - 16 August 12:38
Oddly for a historian, Ferguson doesn't appear to have taken much notice of history.