Gavel-banging landmarks and iconic legislative decisions, where Bhai walks free.
The year of bans, bans and more bans, where the new national animal is the cow and porn is a luxury.
The giant leaps of Science and Technology, where livers are grown and tsunamis come with a siren.
Milestones for women in 2015, where witch-hunts ended and sportswomen excelled.
2015's protest against India's "growing intolerance" and censorship, where dissent comes in the form of 'award wapsi' and more.
Green milestones, where development is less sustainable and climate change reforms are the need of the hour.
LGBTQ Landmarks, where the rainbow flag flew high and mighty, but dropped low and tired, too.
Since 2015 was a year of ups and downs for India's LGBTQ community, and with so many different landmarks and milestones to record, we thought that this one might deserve its own feature to fully capture this rainbow year. So click here for the LGBTQ year in rewind--one that uplifted the transgender community, but remained vigilant as ever in their fight against varied sexualities.
Closing 2015, where the fight for #NetNeutrality grew stronger than ever, and the future remains uncertain
Zuckerberg is back to 'save' all us poor Indians with his Free Basics program, and yet again, the TRAI has asked for public response from India's citizens, even extending it's deadline to the 7th of January as of yesterday. The debate has never been louder, with activists like Mahesh Murthy taking on Facebook's jargon very publicly, and the response has left us hopeful.
Compiled by: Rhea Almeida & Sara Hussain