These Guys Got Married in 2018. Now They’re Fighting to Legalise Their Marriage
Nikesh Usha Pushkaran and Sonu MS exchanged rings two years ago. Today, they want to fight for legal rights for queer people, to make the reading down of Section 377 “truly relevant”.
Indians Are Worried That the Citizenship Bill Is Unsecular, Unconstitutional and May Lead to Another Partition
From organisations in the Northeast calling for a total shutdown to scientists, activists and scholars asking for the bill to be urgently withdrawn, here’s how people are reacting to this controversial proposed law.
A Vegan Took Her Neighbours to the Supreme Court for Their Backyard Barbecues
"All I can smell is fish," said the Australian massage therapist, who is convinced her neighbours are grilling meats just to spite her.
What It’s Like Being a Political Graffiti Artist in India, and Getting Away With It
“How many times in your life have you seen your Prime Minister painted on a wall in a funny, satirical manner? Probably never. Maybe nobody has the courage to do it. Maybe nobody thinks it's important enough. But I think otherwise.”
India’s Supreme Court Says Not All Sex With a Failed Promise to Marry Is Rape
In April 2019, the Supreme Court had passed a verdict saying that sex between consenting adults based on a false promise of marriage will be considered rape. Now it clarifies it’s not rape unless false promise is proven.