ASCI decrees that “advertisements should contain nothing indecent, vulgar, especially in the depiction of women.”
Uma’s story was first shared by Twitter user Sukriti Chakravarty on Sept 11. Since then, the single mother’s inspirational story impressed many on the platform.
In a note for the male employees in the blog, Goyal said, “Our female colleagues expressing that they are on their period leave shouldn’t be uncomfortable for us…I know that menstrual cramps are very painful for a lot of women — and we have to support them through it if we want to build a truly collaborative culture at Zomato.”
How far back are we willing to trace the journey of a food item, to ensure that it meets our parameters of purity? From the time seeds took roots into the soil, or even farther back? If this is not regression, then I don’t know what is.
A popular food delivery app Zomato is painting the metro cities red (literally), with eye-catching blood-red billboards. Most of these…