Gal Gadot Got Seriously Trolled For Calling an 82-Year-Old Indian Activist Her ‘Personal Wonder Woman’
Fans were not happy with Gadot rooting for anti-citizenship law activist Bilkis Bano, particularly because the actor wrongly credited her as one fighting for gender equality.
One of India’s finest dishes is once again being demonised and used as a tool for misinformation against those protesting policies of the ruling government.
In Photos: 82-Year-Old Critic of India’s Controversial Citizenship Law One of TIMES’s 100 Most Influential People
Bilkis Bano became the face of the longest peaceful protest against the controversial citizenship law in India.
As a young Indian, I didn’t grow up feeling particularly close to the national anthem, the Constitution or even the national flag. In 2020, a new connection has been forged.
It turns out that trauma can not only stay in your body forever, it can also continue for generations.
Students in Delhi Tell Us How the Police Violence During Anti-CAA Protests Has Affected Their Mental Health
“I feel like I’m being followed all the time.”
As protests against the Citizenship Act continue beyond a month, the women of Shaheen Bagh wrote thousands of postcards to Modi to urge him to have conversations over tea with them.
There were attempts to censor “anti-Modi” messaging like “Sab changa si (Everything is fine)” in Bengaluru this week. But despite intimidation, provocative protest art is cropping up everywhere.
"What’s there to be scared of? This is our freedom struggle."