Clergy’s stance out of sync with what Muslim women want

Koodathayi found the pledge anti-Islamic because, according to the Sharia law, women are entitled to half the share given to the male member of the family.

published on : 12th December 2022

Flashes of bold UN talk on feminism, masculinity, patriarchy

Bolivian President Luis Arce touted 2022 as “The Year of the Cultural Revolution for Depatriarchalization” for his country, and urged the United Nations to adopt a decade-long effort to do the same.

published on : 25th September 2022

In the name of justice

Oho Productions’ latest workTitle debates and challenges long-held beliefs and practices through a family drama on an ancestral property dispute 

published on : 2nd May 2022

KGF: Chapter 2, kidnapping the Girl Friend

This weekly column is a rumination on how women are portrayed in cinema.

published on : 27th April 2022

Vignettes of an undeterred empress, Empress Nur Jahan

By adopting a unique gendered lens, this play throws light on the dynamic persona of the Mughal empress Nur Jahan

published on : 22nd March 2022

In 2019, Malayalam cinema smashed sexism, patriarchy and softened a 'tough cop'

Shane Nigam, Soubin Shahir and Parvathy Thiruvothu were the standout performers of the year, along with some talented debutants making a strong start in the industry.

published on : 31st December 2019

Women have always been considered second-class citizens: Priyanka Chopra 

The actor says that the morden society is still extremely patriarchal, not just in India, but in the whole world. Women have to fight to get opportunities.

published on : 12th April 2018

Male dominance prominent in Malayalam film industry: Bhavana

Actress Bhavana has said that women in Malayalam cinema do not have the same acceptability as their male counterparts considering how producers market their films for satellite rights.

published on : 11th September 2017