Human rights, equality, rights, justice. These are not just words but the pillars of our agenda; an attempt to report and analyse incidents that require our empathy and consideration. Some of these stories highlight the holes in our society while some give us the courage to stand up for the wronged. Check out our selected list here:
In a span of two years, 5090 Dalits in Gujarat have converted to Buddhism. Is inequality in our Prime Minister's home state that intolerable?
While Chennai and upper-caste villages in Tamil Nadu get flood relief, Dalit villages struggle to receive basic amenities in the flood aftermath. Why have they been denied help? Why can't they receive even clean drinking water?
She might have been a victim of sexual violence and discrimination, but Akkai Padmashali teaches us the true sense of community and strength.
A mother would not allow her child to suffer from the narrow restrictions dictated by society. And today, her 'daughter' is as happy as she can be.
Speaking about one's own history of sexual abuse is not easy. But activist Harish Iyer takes this step just so that others like him find solace in his words.
The land of the Everest has taken one of the biggest step towards equality. Despite pressure from their 'Big Brother' India, Nepal has introduced explicit laws benefiting the LGBT community.
The political community, including BJP, is suddenly swinging the olive branch towards the LGBT community. But is it just a genuine gesture?
It looks like rising inequality in India is leading to brotherhood amongst all those wronged; the Saffron brigade might have just unwittingly united a mixed bag of victims across the country into one army.
These two young women, superstars in their own right, break down feminism so brilliantly
Is it the year of Nepal? Battling a terrible natural disaster, this tiny but mighty country first passed LGBT supportive laws and now they have chosen a woman, Communist president.