Sanjukta

Author, Journalist, Lawyer, Photographer, Feminist Scholar. TED Fellow; TEDx Speaker. Pursing PhD in Women's Political Space and Gender Based Trolling. Bylines in Firstpost, Daily O, Scroll, The Wire, National Herald, India Times, Grazia Magazine, Global Voices, and more.

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Latest posts by Sanjukta

India: Kapil Sibal vs. the Netizens on Filtering Social Media

  10 December 2011

The Indian Union Communications and IT Minister Kapil Sibal has asked Internet giants such as Facebook, Google and Yahoo to pre-screen derogatory, defamatory and inflammatory content about political leaders and religion. What followed was a wave of insult, ridicule and sarcasm.

Slut Walk is Besharmi Morcha in India

  23 June 2011

Slut Walk, a fresh feminist movement that originated from Toronto Canada, and had been taking rounds of various western cities, is now coming to New Delhi, the Indian capital. Amidst criticism of the use of the word slut, which is uncommon in India, the event organizers attempted to contextualize the movement by renaming it 'Slut Walk Delhi Besharmi Morcha'.

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