Gunjeet Sra
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Writer, Reporter, Editor @sbcltr.in

VARIETY

 |   6-minute read

Is rape the only legacy we are going to leave for our daughters?

There is no point in having stricter laws if we as a society are going to find ways to obliterate them.

VARIETY

 |   6-minute read

Why Indian universities allow sexual predators like Atul Johri to get away

As a society, we are still making excuses for harassers and our top institutions festering this lethal environment.

POLITICS

 |   5-minute read

VOICES

 |   5-minute read

Why Karva Chauth has made a mockery of Indian women

Such traditions tie its women to their traditional roles of being mute passive bystanders in their own lives.

VOICES

 |   5-minute read

Rape laws may change in India, but what good is it if the mindset of courts doesn't?

There are myriad problems with the Mahmood Farooqui case and its verdict.

VOICES

 |   4-minute read

Rakhi: The brotherly embrace of oppression

It would be a convenient lie to deny the fact that the festival has its roots in patriarchy.

VOICES

 |   7-minute read

India no longer feels sick about rapes

The same nation which saw outrage spill on to its streets over Nirbhaya can't even be bothered about Rohtak gangrape.

POLITICS

 |   5-minute read

Why we need to worry about ABVP's 'nationalism'

The outfit has successfully managed to brand the Left as anti-national and united itself with the public through the idea of 'greater good' and 'patriotism'.

POLITICS

 |   6-minute read

AAP has given hope to Punjab

Bhagwant Mann, who was being touted as the party's problem child, has become its poster boy.

POLITICS

 |   3-minute read

Bathinda dancer's death is no accident, it was murder

For police, it's a case of celebratory shooting gone wrong.