Women at Work
Sweta was a member of the two-woman team that won the silver medal in the 49er FX Class at the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia.
The 22-year-old has completed BSc Nursing from a private college.
The women in society will continue to have some of the best stories to tell in the most beautiful ways. All they need is a little support from viewers so that Bollywood has more of them coming up as a competition for their male counterparts.
The only pottery school in India, the Central Village Pottery Institute, is reviving the art of pottery by enrolling women in the various courses it offers.
According to a research by Ovarian Cancer Action, more than a quarter of women said they prioritised work over making an appointment with their doctor and more than a third said that looking after their family came before anything else.
These gender stereotypes attack the self-esteem of women and should be done away with. SheThePeople.TV asked its readers to share some of the strangest stereotypes about women that they’ve heard.
Working women are shifting to more comfortable, flexible clothing options. The millennial woman also believes that her work ethic must be reflected in her actions and not her clothing.
Chief Minister of Jharkhand Raghubar Das announced in a written letter that all these Anganwadi workers would be expelled if they didn’t end their protest.
Apurva Purohit busts the myth of women not liking other women. She narrated her personal experience of women around her always supporting her, be it her mother, her colleagues, her bosses or her employees.
History is populated with women breaking stereotypes and redefining the discourse on gender narratives by just focusing on what they’re good at and being unstoppable.
Women’s workforce participation cannot be understood in isolation – we need to rethink the tools and involve analysts, practitioners and people on the ground
A 2019 study shows monitoring a child can undermine the sense of trust and bonding. What are your thoughts? Do you agree with #3 below?