The urban Indian mother today is a juggler par excellence she fulfils multiple roles, apart from her traditional roles of being the primary caregiver, she is a career woman, a driver, a cook, an entrepreneur, and above all she is the sounding board for all her near and dear ones.
A PIL seeking entry of women in mosques was filed in the Supreme Court by Yasmeen Zuber Ahmad Peerzade who put forth that denying women’s entry in mosques is a violation of the fundamental rights.
In the report “Best Countries for raising Kids,” India ranks 59th. Moreover, a report released by Indian Railway states that around 16,457 children were rescued from trains and railway stations from across the country in 2019.
Women in pursuit of being the best mothers, cease to be humans. We put them on a pedestal expecting self-sacrifice, righteousness, and extreme courage.
“I have been fortunate to meet people who understood the value I brought on the table. Whether it’s managing a team or clients, having the right knowledge, insights, ability to express, listen and understand goes a long way” – Pradnya Kakade.
A recent survey by Harvard Business Review shows that women are way behind men at self-promotion. While women were found to be under-confident about their performance at the workplace, men were overconfident about the same.
Filmapia is a platform for film lovers to explore and book locations for film shoots.
Gender parity is a statistical measure that compares a particular indicator among women, like average income, to the same indicator among men.
How long will patriarchy control the life of a woman with their invisible hands of “care and safety”? How long will a woman adjust in life and strangle her own desires?
Paulomi Tripathi is First Secretary in the Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations. Permanent Mission of India is the formal title of the Indian delegation to the UN.
Best performing states with respect to women’s security are Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Himachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura, where cases against women were recorded in three digits.
As per a study conducted in 2018, gender bias kills 2,39,000 girls every year in India. Moreover, the figure doesn’t include girls who are aborted simply for their gender.