Articles by Gulika Reddy

Gulika is a human rights lawyer. She is currently a Consultant at the Centre for Child and the Law at NLSIU, Bangalore, and is an International Bridges to Justice Fellow.


Dandelion
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Bollywood And Gender Violence

By Meghana Bhatt The proliferation of sexual violence and female oppression in India is truly disturbing. The Times of India recently reported that 95% of women in Delhi and the surrounding areas feel unsafe outdoors. While the recent gang rape of a student in Delhi has brought significant attention to this issue, male sexual dominance…

Is there a real you?
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Is there a real you?

“We do have this capacity to in a sense of shape ourselves. The true self as it were then, is not something that is just there for you to discover, you don’t sort of look into your soul and find your true self. What you are partly doing at least is actually creating your true…

Embracing otherness, embracing myself
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Embracing otherness, embracing myself

“Actor Thandie Newton tells the story of finding her “otherness” — first, as a child growing up in two distinct cultures, and then as an actor playing with many different selves. A warm, wise talk, fresh from stage at TEDGlobal 2011.” Source: http://www.ted.com/talks/thandie_newton_embracing_otherness_embracing_myself

Languages of India
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The Indian Identity

Defining Indianness By Sam Chacko It has always been a challenge to define what constitutes Indianness. How can one define Indianness, given the tremendous diversity of India, with its 1652 languages and dialects, its many religions, and still, the many thousands of castes and ethnic groups? It’s seemingly impossible to construct a coherent Indian identity, as…

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