Monthly Archives: November 2013

My Everyday Struggle – They call it Feminist Attack

The Photo is a semblance by Kudrat Dev a fifth year student, studying at Jindal Global Law School. Advertisements

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Coz, I am a Girl – Vinayak Harshvardhan BA LLB 2013

You do all the  bad You do make me sad The lust in your stare The nomadic care Each night I am thrown I cry all alone The games you have played The traps you had laid Now, tears don’t … Continue reading

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I AM A HU(WO)MAN-ISHA JAIN BALLB 2011

I am a Woman, I want to wear a saree, a colorful saree, Full of all bright colours, making my life bright, Where I am happy in the world of equals, I am equal to my brother, my husband. I … Continue reading

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Ramblings of a pseudo-feminist – Syed Aziz Farhan JSIA

Yes, the word sounded so good. I would call myself a feminist henceforth. Maybe the chicks would dig it. Chicks- yeah that’s what it is- funny way to call women. Oh! But am I not a feminist now so no … Continue reading

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Sold Off In Marriage – Joanna Barretto and Radhika Goel BA LLB 2012

The room was hot and stuffy. I could hear the noises of vehicles as they whizzed past the dingy office. I could hear men talk in loud voices, as I waited for someone to attend to my need. Sitting there, … Continue reading

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SHOULD JUVENILE JUSTICE ACT BE AMENDED? – Rakshita Poddar and Rahat Dhawan BA LLB 2012

Meting out “exemplary punishment” to juveniles (those below 18 years of age) involved in heinous crimes, such as rape and murder, by amending the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000. The petition, filed by an advocate Salil … Continue reading

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Him She Couldn’t Beat. – Krishal Morjaria BA LLB 2012

The girl boarded the crowded bus, She walked, Head down, among-st the fuss, She sat on the “ladies” seat, lowered her sight, But her chin was up, posture upright. For having the ‘Reserved’ seat so lucky she felt, Just then her … Continue reading

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