US-based mom, Celia Sanchez, has created a powerful photo project, titled ‘Devoted’, which showcases moms who are not afraid to retain their individuality and personal style.
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A study by think tank, Brookings India, has found that the number of rural women accessing public healthcare has risen by 24 per cent from 2004 to 2014.
Google has announced that its data centres and offices which house 60,000 employees will be run by renewable energy by 2017. It is already the world’s largest corporate buyer of renewable energy. Let’s take a look at women who are heading renewable energy projects in India.
Author Anita Anand talks to SheThePeople.TV about her and William Dalrymple’s book on the Kohinoor diamond that will be released this week.
The economic crisis in Venezuela is leading women to sell their hair at a Colombian border in order to afford basic necessities like food and medicines.
Suicide rates in India have doubled in just the last five years, and psychiatrist Dr Anjali Chhabria felt it was time to address this dire issue. She speaks to SheThePeople.TV about her new book ‘Death is Not the Answer’.
At the Times of India Literature Festival Mumbai, comedian Radhika Vaz spoke about how Indian society places more importance on whether a woman is married rather than if she is educated.
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A new study has found that 27 per cent of Europeans think rape can be justified under certain circumstances. The study, which surveyed around 30,000 people, presented them scenarios such as being drunk or wearing revealing clothing and asked if intercourse would be justifiable in these circumstances.
On a hot Friday morning, poetry enthusiasts gathered around Kishore tea stall in Lower Parel to listen to poets recite their works over cutting chai. The event, which was organised by the Poets Translating Poets festival, to which SheThePeople.TV was a partner, brought together accomplished poets working in different languages to read out their work at different locations across Mumbai.