Gender Sensitization Bill- A step towards a ‘Nirbhaya’ society

A year after India awakened from its deep slumber to protect its women, I write about my own journey of working for rehabilitation of rape victims and experiences along the way. Like the rest of the country, I was shocked and horrified by the Delhi gangrape and the reaction of the top leaders in our … Continue reading

No Room for Complacency on Fighting Aids

HIV/AIDS is not a conventional disease. The characteristics of the virus make HIV/AIDS a long and slow episode. By the time a few are identified, many more exist whose condition has not been diagnosed; even more who are well, but infected with the virus. This creates a major problem because by the time significant numbers … Continue reading