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A marketing graduate from the Indian School Of Business, Nandhitha is passionate about writing. She loves to write about the world around her and also enjoys dabbling with fiction/poetry.
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Today's news is a careful balance between speed and accuracy. News Line Is It Anyway gets it to you in a well thought out, nuanced way.
The recent brutal custodial killings of a father and son in Sathankulam in Tamil Nadu, have largely been met with an eerie silence.
Building a luxury skincare business is no child's play. However, for Srividya, that is how the idea developed- while making bath-time fun for her son!
Who will teach us good manners in the time of a pandemic? A quick reckoner that will help a lot, and stop you from being a pain to others equally stressed.
Kavitha Murugan started baking as a hobby, and was so skilled at it that she converted it into a business creating decorative cakes, The Madras Patissiere.
Aadithya Jayaseelan is a 23 year old artist in the Fauvian style, who uses her art to illustrate the minds of the women she knows.
Tamil film lyricist Vairamuthu has been accused of sexual harassment by multiple women - yet, TV channels continue to give him a platform.
A recent chat with Trishala, the Chief Empathy Officer of Periferry, which aims to build inclusive workspaces, was an education on inclusiveness and beyond.
Noted Director Mani Ratnam's recent movie Chekka Chivantha Vaanam features many women indeed but does injustice to them as well-fleshed characters, writes Nandhitha Hariharan.
Kaala will always make the news because of Rajinikanth's presence, but there is more to it than that. Here's a look at its women, and how they question both caste and gender oppression.
Privacy in mental health in India is almost non-existent - my psychiatrist shared my details with my mother without my consent, even though I am an adult!
A survivor of cyber sex abuse as a child can be traumatised so badly, that the effects can last forever ... a hair raising personal story.
An open letter by a young woman to her mother, speaking about marriage and sexual desire, and how the two are intertwined, yes, even for women!
No, domestic violence is never funny, whoever is at the receiving end. If you're making these memes, you're probably not that funny either.
With the passing of the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, J. Jayalalithaa, whatever your political affiliations may be, we have lost a woman of rare courage and grit.
The real definition of safe sex should comprise not just the use of condoms to prevent unwanted pregnancies and infections, but also the emotional safety of women.
Dear Zindagi scores high marks for an excellent female lead in a powerful role, but here's what you should know about therapy in reality.
Society has double standards for women. On the one hand the need to live up to beauty standards, and on the other hand labeling her a slut for her choices.
When a man becomes the father of a daughter, he is often a completely different person from what he was to women before!
Teach young men and women that a woman's self worth is not based on a piece of tissue - that the loss of virginity does not make a woman a slut.
Sharada Subramanian a.k.a. Sharada Vijay does not mince her words either when she writes or speaks. Meet this author of Make it 2.
What does 'dating' mean in today's world? Is it about having someone to hang out with, or to search for a life partner? Here are the Ins and Outs for those who would like to set out on this slippery slope.
There are many reasons why one should travel. May the most important one still remains that it changes you, for better.
Beauty, they say is skin deep. Is that why many women today get plastic surgery done that can fix the problem from within?
We all dream for a better world for our little ones. Read this beautiful post in which a mother is wishing for a fair world for her daughter.
Many people still believe that homosexuality is 'abnormal', but we forget that the definition of normal changes with time, and for each person.
Indian society shies away from discussing women and sexuality, keeping women unaware and ashamed of their bodies. Embrace your sexuality, says this post.
Everybody tells you that travelling alone is one sure-fire way to discover yourself. It's not all that peachy, but it's still very worth it, says this post.
The sex lives of women and slut-shaming often go hand-in-hand. Stand up for yourself, says this post.
Each one of us has fallen for the unattainable, at least once in our lives. Here's a story that captures the heady feeling.
Why can India not protect its women? The recent spate of excuses for rape are ridiculous and must be quashed ruthlessly.
Sexist Tamil music is ruling the airwaves - Hiphop Tamizha is no exception even as it uses feminist poet Bharatiyar as an icon!
Moral policing and the insistence on an unchanging Indian culture only shows our superficial understanding of culture!
Equality in sport may not exist yet, but women breaking Olympic barriers is certainly inspiring for all women in sport!
Beauty is skin deep, we all know. Yet, the constant talk of celebrity nose jobs and weight loss tips makes us all crave perfection!
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