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The United Nations’ 2017 theme for International Women’s Day was, “Women In The Changing World of Work: Planet 50-50 by(…)
During a recent interview, Sonam Kapoor – the popular fashionista of tinsel town, opened up on issues that are close to her heart.
The Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), which guards the Indo-Nepal and the Indo-Bhutan borders of our country, has taken several measures to make working conditions friendly for women personnel. For the first time, women guarding the borders will get private barrack cubicles and sanitary pad dispensers and incinerators.
As per a report released by the Indian National Crime Records Bureau of the Ministry of Home Affairs on Thursday, about 20,000 women and children were victims of human trafficking in India in the last year, a rise of nearly 22 per cent from 2015.
According to a recent report by LinkedIn, more and more women are taking leadership positions. They have reported that at 20 per cent momentum gain, India has the largest percentage increase in women being hired in leadership roles.
By Vandita Morarka Continued abuse and maltreatment of women in India creates an urgent need for more awareness amongst women(…)
By Kavita Kané The devi or the devil? The winner or the vamp? The good or the bad. The answer, of(…)
Gender specialist Antara Ganguli is a debut novelist, whose book Tanya Tania, is a coming of age book, featuring two(…)
From Hinduism to Judaism to Christianity to Islam, religious restrictions surrounding menstruation and the belief that it makes women’s bodies(…)
Making the case for the “car 3.0”, CEO NextEV, US, Padmasree Warrior told SheThePeople’s Amrita Tripathi that electric cars will solve(…)
By Kavitha Muralidharan Chennai In her passing away, J Jayalalithaa has left a vacuum. That might sound too clichéd an(…)