Ravinder Kaur The Indian Express Group
Monday 2 December '13Women are facing the blowback from an ongoing process of social change.
Wednesday 25 September '13Political leaders must address women’s aspirations in their election agendas.
Tuesday16 April '13But Haryana imports brides and Punjab does not
Wednesday6 February '13Talking about corruption in terms of group identities, as Ashis Nandy does, is a lazy way of reading India’s new reality
Saturday22 December '12We need to make public spaces less threatening and unfriendly for women
Saturday23 June '12Aamir Khan’s show could do with better research. But the social transformation agenda at its core is creditable
Wednesday14 March '12Akhilesh, young and educated, reflects OBC aspirations in rural heartland
Saturday12 November '11Yes, sex ratios are coming back to normal, and the middle class is responsible
Saturday5 November '11Data predicts a turnaround in middle-class India’s attitude to girls
Friday14 October '11What should be blamed for student suicides?
Monday4 April '11Do the preliminary census findings confirm that India is united by discrimination against girl-children?
Thursday10 February '11The new census might well show the middle class is now willing to welcome girl children.
Friday23 July '10Why the khaps’ cultural defence argument falls flat ...
Thursday8 July '10Our epics and films celebrate love, so why this spate of ‘honour killings’?...
Wednesday2 June '10Enumerating caste is a messy and futile affair, and it can be wielded for the wrong ends...
Saturday23 January '10Should we not think more before we usher in new clauses to the Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961, which will most likely be impossible to implement?
Monday9 February '09While passing through the idyllic rural countryside of Rajasthan, gloriously covered in the winter sunshine with the green and gold of mustard fields...
Saturday22 December '07The news that doctors in Punjab are importing ‘at-home’ sex determination kits can only spell further doom for the girl child.
Sunday3 December '06The inspiring story of a simple peasant woman whose crusade has exposed the horror of the ‘honour code’
Friday27 October '06A case study of two students from poor families who achieved the ‘impossible’ without quotas.
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