Secularism, as a concept, appears to be in danger from both the left and the right. Among feminists, it tends to be only some minority women scrambling for the soul of secularism. It is time for all feminists to muck in, says Rahila Gupta
None of the main political party manifestos tackle the encroachment of religion on our society. As more and more public spaces are devoured by religious interests creating particular problems for women, Rahila Gupta argues that it is time to end state funding of religion and faith based organisations as service providers.
The Government is planning tougher penalties for men who use trafficked prostitutes. But who is helping the women themselves?
Rahila Gupta: Can a film about the Gujarat riots kindle a much needed debate on how India’s minorities are treated?