“She developed labor pain around 11:30 am on Sunday and her family took her to Asha Nursing Home in Viveknagar. Around 2:30 pm they sent her out of the hospital and refused to admit her,”
“But, after cleaning the baby and patting him, he cried. He was alive. We were very glad we could save both the mother and her baby boy.” – Dr Ramya Himanish
Aarti Chatlani, a 62-year-old from Bengaluru has proved that age is just a number by winning the Grandma Earth 2020 title.
The video played a crucial role in substantiating her complaint and in tacking down the perpetrator quickly. The police arrested the harasser, booked him under IPC 354 and produced him in the court.
The state government’s aim is to provide the children with comfort alongside ensuring that they get a safer, healthier and more hygienic environment while their parents work.
“My boyfriend began questioning him and when the man realised that we were shooting the whole thing, he lowered his voice and became polite. But he did not stop telling me that I must not wear such clothes and that it’s ‘Indian rules’”, the woman said.
While women professionals are expected to fit into the gaps of male “intellect” dominated spaces of public discourse in literature, essentially women-centric discussions draw together the best that women offer to the world of words, writes Nandita Bose.
Authors Aruna Nambiar, Devi Yeshodharan, Sajita Nair and Rachna Singh sit down with moderator Nandita Bose to discuss the ‘Feminist’ Perspective in Fiction and Non-Fiction.
“When I eventually began writing everything within me, for all those years, came out through my writing,” reveals eminent author Shashi Deshpande at Bengaluru edition of Women Writers Fest.
Bengaluru showered loved and a packed house for the third edition of Women Writers’ Fest in the city.
Sadiqa Peerbhoy, Lakshmi Sankar, Vasanthi Hariprakash, Kirtana Kumar and Usha KR speak to Vani Mahesh on Bengaluru’s changing culture.
The idea of having a restaurant operated by robots is fascinating, to say the least. But with rising unemployment, one is indeed left asking, do we seriously need more jobs outsourced to robots?