Danger ALERT: Commercial sindoor can put you at risk of these 8 health conditions!
International Women’s Day 2018: History, Theme, Celebration And Significance
Single mom moves HC, says BMC can’t insist on sperm donor’s name
Women across world rally for change
This Bengaluru girl was slut-shamed by an auto driver for wearing a dress
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March 16, 2018
Putting sindoor or vermilion by Indian women holds a great significance in Indian society. As it symbolizes a woman’s marital status, this auspicious tradition is being carried on since ages. According to Hindu mythology, sindoor must be applied by a married woman for her husband’s good health and longevity. But, is there anything more to this tradition? As is often the case, traditions root themselves in logic, and it appears that even the seemingly neutral sindoor can affect a woman’s health. …
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March 08, 2018
New Delhi: International Women’s Day is a global celebration of the social, cultural, economic and political achievements of women. It is celebrated annually on March 8. The past year saw unprecedented global movement for women’s rights, equality and justice. Global marches and campaigns, including #MeToo and #TimesUp were taken up throughout the world on issues ranging from sexual harassment, femicide, equal pay, women’s political representation, among others. Echoing the sentiment, this year’s International Women’s Day theme is #TimeIsNow: Rural and urban activists transforming women’s lives. Know about the history, theme, importance and how International Women’s Day is celebrated …
Feb 14, 2018
MUMBAI: A 31-year-old Nalasopara resident who had a daughter through a sperm donor has approached the Bombay high court seeking a birth certificate for her child without the father’s name. The single mother said she is not interested in disclosing the father’s name and does not want to be compelled to do so.
“The child is a test tube baby. Sperms were obtained from an unknown person,” her advocate Uday Warunjikar told a bench of Justice Abhay Oka and Justice Pradeep Deshmukh. He urged the court to allow the petition to be amended to bring these facts on record. …
Jan 22, 2018
LONDON: Thousands of people on two continents picked up the baton from the United States and rallied on Sunday in solidarity with women demanding equality, justice and an end to sexual harassment.
Demonstrations in London, Paris, Sydney and other European and Australian cities followed much larger women’s marches held on Saturday across the US to mark the anniversary of President Donald Trump’s inauguration, as well as the protests it inspired. In the British capital, demonstrators carried placards reading ‘We Are Powerful’ and ‘Time’s Up’ and chanted outside PM Theresa May’s office as they raised grievances ranging from workplace inequities to misogynistic abuse on social media. …
April 26, 2016
“Please don’t mind me but what you are wearing is inappropriate,” said the auto driver.
A few days ago, an auto-driver in Mumbai body-shamed a girl and asked her to get out of his auto because she was ‘too fat’. On April 24, a Bengaluru-based journalist Aishwarya Subramanian claimed that an auto driver slut-shamed her and advised her to not wear the kind of short clothes she was wearing. …
Mar 28, 2016
LUCKNOW: Aparna had to stop going to college for some time due to a stalker. She didn’t have the courage to report the matter to police. …
International Women’s Day 2016: All you need to know about the femininity and their day-to-day struggle
International Women’s Day was first celebrated on March 19, 1911 as several women’s demanded rights including right to vote, to hold public office and also raised a voice against employment sex discrimination.
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Mar 4, 2016
NEW DELHI: A proposal to increase the representation of women in urban local bodies from the present 33% to 50% was under consideration, the government said on Thursday. …
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