Qandeel Baloch’s challenging time in the limelight and her tribulations leading to an unfortunate death paint a damning picture of patriarchy.
Despite Indian regulations forbidding the advertisement of tobacco products, Philip Morris has kept up an informal ad blitz posting colourful advertisements at cigarette kiosks across the country.
A campaign is encouraging the youth of Colombia to send letters of hope and support to the ex-combatants of the FARC now struggling to find their place and establish a new way of life.
In interviews with ten Hong Kong residents born in 1997, all of them, including an immigrant from mainland China, said they primarily identify themselves as “Hong Kongers” and that their loyalty lies with the city.
Studies show that the youth faces an increasing rate of unemployment as well as a widening gender gap in the Arab countries, the Middle East, the North of Africa, as well as in Asia and the Pacific.
A virtual reality film follows the boys as they overcome their marginalised backgrounds, various other hurdles and inch closer to their dream.
Ananya correctly spelt the word ‘marocain’ to decisively defeat Rohan Rajeev, of Edmond Oklahoma during the stirring 25-word championship round.
A Global Water Partnership-led forum in December 2016 found a dangerous nexus between water insecurity, enduring unemployment and increasing migration in the Mediterranean. Rome: Water – everybody talks about it, warns against its growing scarcity, excessive waste, the impact of climate change, the frequent severe droughts and so on. […]
Disha, whose posters were used as visuals in a Republic TV news piece covering pro-ISIS slogans in DU has demanded an apology for the defamation.
The protest aimed to voice their objections to policies advocated by Pence as part of the Trump administration and as governor, as well Trump’s travel ban.
With youth participation in elections waning across the world, they are increasingly disregarded in the political system. But if they voted, they could change the results.
About the visceral bond between mother and child.
The Star Wars saga is interlinked with its merchandising success.
Even though parkour takes its toll on their bodies, these youths see it as an escape from the atmosphere of war and freedom from their pain and sorrow.
The restrictions on the right to association, representation and non-violent agitation must be removed.
Nostalgic Stardew Valley lets Chinese gamers find meaning through chopping wood and growing vegetables, choosing the simple life on the farm over city life.
The conflict in Panjab University shows the defining battle is between the young and the old – perhaps why it has failed to see the same solidarity generated by other student protests.
Student protesters argue that attempts by centre-left President Michelle Bachelet to improve quality and access to higher education have been insufficient.
Universities exist for the sake of free inquiry and uninhibited debate. If that’s not what they are doing, they may as well cease to be.
Friends and eyewitnesses insist the young men killed by the police in Kashmir during an encounter last week had not in fact been obstructing army operations in any way but were mere bystanders.
A story about adolescence and sexual violence
How do you break free from fear within the family?
The court directed the Delhi police force to file a status report within three days.
About the festive pulse of a city, and unspoken celebrations of the heart.
In addition to staffers resigning unexpectedly, the university’s decision to moderate its students’ emails has raised concerns about their freedom of speech.
Battling misogyny, political dynamics and general apathy, women candidates are hoping to herald a change this year.
On the brother-sister bond – and how to be open about love
Prakash Karat calling the BJP ‘authoritarian’ and not ‘fascist’ is an attempt to assert himself and his group within the party, now considered to be firmly under the control of Sitaram Yechury
The recently concluded JNUSU elections should serve as a wake-up call and not a cause for celebration for the Left.
A glaring disconnect with students and issues of education has forced NSUI and ABVP to turn DUSU polls into a game of money and muscle-flexing.
How committed to women’s issues are the parties contesting in Delhi University?
While other parties cry foul, ABVP says that its text campaign is meant to save paper. However, it raises several questions.
Budhia Singh–Born to Run has his heart in the right place, but that is not enough to save it from being a story told in a humdrum manner
The amended law does a disservice both to the children who want to study but do not have the means, and to the state that owes its future to them.
A Muhammad Ali scholar’s moving speech at his memorial funeral asks all those fighting for what they believe is right to trust that “he lives in each and every one of us”.
Members of the Pinjra Tod campaign Shambhawi Vikram and Avantika Tiwari talk to The Wire about the problems faced in hostels, the movement, challenges and where it’s going.
In a riveting 45-minute speech laced with wit and sarcasm shortly after being released from jail, JNU Students Union president Kanhaiya Kumar directly took on Prime Minister Modi and the RSS.
New Delhi: A protest is taking place in the heart of the capital to save what students believe is the future of higher education in the country. Their vigil in front of the University Grants Commission office has lasted more than two months but has received little media attention, except […]
Unilever’s silence prompted Chennai-born artist Sofia Ashraf to record a video of her rapping ‘Kodaikanal Won’t’, a song set to Nicki Minaj’s ‘Anaconda’ and exhorting the company to act.