Romita Saluja
Romita Saluja
Romita Saluja is an independent journalist and writer in Delhi, India

The initiative is a bid to communicate that public places also belong to women, but critics and experts say that without structural and policy changes to address violence against women, it is merely a token gesture.

Some gay and transgender Indians, forced to stay at home during the coronavirus lockdown, have struggled to hide their true selves from their loved ones.

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Across the country, activists are scraping together everything they can to keep animals from dying. But misinformation and police inaction aren’t helping.

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Indians protesting against a new citizenship law have moved from messaging apps to the video-sharing platform TikTok to capture a wider audience.

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He may look more Chinese, but Charles Ma doesn’t let tradition stop him from dancing Bharatanatyam, something usually performed by Indian women – even when his teacher asked him to wear pink lipstick and earrings.