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In Brazil, where Dilma Roussef was impeached on September 1, public opinion is divided about whether Roussef was a victim of sexism’s glass ceiling or not.
This particular gang operated across six countries: India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Dubai, Kuwait and Oman
On World Literacy Day, know that at least 6,500 street and slum children are enjoying an education, via Mistri’s Akanksha Foundation
For millions of women all over the world, the worst enemy ever is their biological clock. There it is, tick-tocking away, leaving them with a huge dilemma.
On the 7th of September, 1986, on what would have been her 23rd birthday, Neerja Bhanot came home to her family. No one celebrated
For most women, maintaining a work-life balance is so tough, that chasing fitness seems out of the question. Perhaps FLOTUS can show you how important it is
“If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow” – John Dewey One of the(…)
Every month, the fourth day after the new moon is observed as Vinayaki Chaturthi – the day dedicated to Lord Ganesha in his feminine aspect
Stanford University rapist Brock Turner was released from Santa Clara County Jail on Friday, having served half his 6-month term for raping an unconscious woman
Meet 10 Indian women of the past who hit patriarchy where it hurt (not including Rani Laxmibai of Jhansi, because you know her already)