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October 10, 2018

Singer Abhijeet Says #MeToo Accusers Are Only Fat, Ugly Women #WTFnews

Jinal Bhatt  – At one point, the news anchor interviewing singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya was forced to call the singer’s response as “textbook misogyny”. But believe me, it was way, way worse than that. In the past few days, the #MeToo… Continue Reading →

Why didn’t she speak up then?’: 8 questions on the ‘Me Too’ movement answered

There are many who are questioning survivors about their stories, so we made a list to help you understand #MeToo better. Sowmya Rajendr The #MeToo movement came to India in 2017 when law student Raya Sarkar compiled a list of… Continue Reading →

India – #MeToo in Media: Editor’s Guild Slams ‘Predatory Behaviour’

MJ Akbar, KR Sreenivas among journalist’s accused in Indian media’s Me Too.(Photo altered by The Quint) Taking cognizance of the slew of harassment allegations against male journalists, the Editors Guild of India on Tuesday, 9 October condemned the ‘predatory behaviour by… Continue Reading →

Tamil lyricist Vairamuthu accused of sexual misconduct #MeToo

The anonymous allegations against Vairamuthu have been made in light of several women coming forward to name alleged perpetrators in powerful positions. Months after US-based attorney Raya Sarkar released a crowdsourced list of alleged sexual harassers in Indian academia, several… Continue Reading →

Why written record of harassment is important even if you don’t complain #MeToo

Even if you don’t file a complaint at the time of the incident, you may choose to do so later on. Either way, written records will go a long way in helping your case. Geetika Mantri Four years ago, Sumitha*… Continue Reading →

Despite request to Modi, Army lost crucial day without vehicles: Lt. Gen

Qutubuddin Ansari begging before a mob to spare his life. His became face of the 2002 riots On the intervening night of February 28 and March 1, 2002, when Gujarat was engulfed in flames, Lt Gen Zameer Uddin Shah met the then… Continue Reading →

Nine women speak up, accuse Minister M J Akbar of sexual harassment when he was Editor #MeToo

M J Akbar is the first political public figure to feature in the growing list of men — so far largely from the media, film and entertainment — named in India’s own #MeToo movement that is gathering momentum since it broke… Continue Reading →

‘Sairat’ Director’s Ex-Wife Tells Her Story of Abuse

RANJIB MAZUMDER Nagraj Manjule’s Sairat not only gifted its director glowing reviews, but also crowned him as the maker of Marathi cinema’s most successful film. It’s no mean feat, and Manjule is busy pocketing plaudits from every corner. The lead cast of Sairat in… Continue Reading →

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