New Internationalist

India

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India takes on the World Trade Organization

The world’s largest democracy has come under criticism for blocking reforms that will only help the rich. Jemma Williams writes.

Filed in: India WTO

Dispatches from disadvantage: Indian women living on the margins speak up

On our Radar collects experiences from women who would not normally find a voice in the media.

Filed in: Disability India Women

Should we ‘Bobbitize’ the rapists?

Her gut response to one girl’s stand against an attacker makes Mari Marcel Thekaekara question her nonviolent principles.

Filed in: India Non-Violence Society Violence Women

New times, new battles in India and beyond

Every generation responds differently to the crises and issues they face, reflects Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: Activism India Politics Youth

India’s Muslim women say ‘no second wife!’

But not everyone is willing to rock the boat in the fight against polygamy, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: India Religion Society Women

Fighting sexism – 30 years on

Once a flight attendant, now an activist-writer, Mari Marcel Thekaekara reflects on feminist tactics.

Filed in: India Women

Glad to be adivasi!

Is indigenous culture doomed? No way, say Tamil Nadu’s adivasi kids. Mari Marcel Thekaekara reports.

Filed in: Culture India

No candle-lit vigils for raped and murdered girls

Mari Marcel Thekaekera blames caste prejudice for a lack of outrage in India.

Filed in: India Women

Indian orphans sexually abused by western paedophile ring

Will a convicted British paedophile escape trial in Goa? Mari Marcel Thakaekara on a case that is infuriating local people.

Filed in: India

‘It won’t be the normal sort of wedding’

A marriage ceremony that breaks conventions gives Mari Marcel Thekaekara hope in the aftermath of India’s elections.

Filed in: India

PHOTO ESSAY: India’s city of widows

David Shaw captures the haunted existence of the country’s unwanted women.

Filed in: India Women

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