Women have probably never had it this good in the hugely misogynistic landscape of Tamil cinema. And backing them up is a new batch of young filmmakers.
Most Catalans made it clear, peacefully, that the status quo is not an option any more.
Those like Roshmita Harimurthy and Radhika Vemula shattered public myths of what Dalit women could do, look like or mean.
The apex court brought home an important message: justice delayed is not always justice denied.
Hindi cinema is historically known for sidelining its female leads. But 2017 was different.
Sindhu has, in a little over a year, gone in her own estimation from talented up-and-comer to bona fide champion.
From global campaigns about sexual abuse to on-screen entertainment with fun takes on gender roles, 2017 helped confirm to women worldwide that they’re not alone.
The SESAME collaboration has brought together scientists from Bahrain, Cyprus, Egypt, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Pakistan, the Palestinian Authority and Turkey – an unlikely alliance.
The draft Progressive Uniform Civil Code is a signal that liberal Indians cannot just play defence against the religious aggression of the Sangh.