Madhuri reviews one of Jon Krakauer’s books.
Prof. V. Santhakumar tries to fathom the origins of this, for women, very uncomfortable trait of Indian culture, that does not seem to die off even after years of modernisation and growth of the middle classes.
Leslee Udwin’s significant documentary on the deadly gang-rape of a young woman in Delhi has been aired by the BBC on March 4, 2015
This film premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and documents the rape of a young girl five years ago and the events that followed.
V-Day on 14 February 2013 (and no, we don’t mean Valentines’s Day): preparations have begun across the globe.
It is with a heavy heart that I read about another brutal gang rape by 6 or 7 men of a 29 year-old woman, this time in Punjab. Not much is yet known about the circumstances other than she is believed to have been travelling on a bus back to her village on Friday night.
“Rape is one of the problems which is not so easy to decide and judge; there are so many complexities,” says Osho.
Only a few weeks ago I penned an article about rapes in rural India, only to read about another gruesome rape that just happened in New Delhi. Delhiites are outraged, understandably so. Women are more frightened than ever to go to work or to even venture out shopping on their own, let alone use public