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Democratic presidential candidate, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015, before the House Benghazi Committee.  (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

What Hillary Clinton has in common with all women around the world

The 2016 US Presidential elections have grabbed enough eyeballs already, thanks mostly to Donald Trump’s candidacy, but also to Bernie Sanders’s being a Democrat...

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Bad Journalism and Sexism: What was wrong with the media coverage of Rio Olympics?

With media coverage of the 2016 Olympics rife with sexism, it’s time to call out the perpetrators and resolve to treat female athletes better. The 2016 Olympics has...

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Of sexism and stupidity: Why LSR girls should date NSIT guys?

Following the uproar that this recent video trending on social networking sites elicited, I will here cautiously explain how this combination of sexism, stereotyping and...

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Conversations around burqua, secularism and virginity conducted by Hindu’s discussion forum

Caucus, the group discussion forum at Hindu College organized Vaktavya – the 6th annual group discussion festival on 25-26th March. The festival was scheduled to have...

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The immorality of sexism – what should really be upsetting us about the Hard Kaur fiasco

As a young girl living in an urban metropolitan, sexism couldn’t possibly be starker to me. I  see it leeching on my body when I leave the house, I see it in the eyes...

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Sexism in Kapil Sharma’s Comedy Nights

A few days ago I was watching the popular comedy serial “Comedy Nights with Kapil” while having dinner. Though I did not find the show particularly amusing, it did...

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Of women, Wimbledon and sexist overtones

There is an ancient Wimbledonian saying, mostly untranslatable but it goes something like “If chance made you a woman and you want to be a champion of Wimbledon, you...