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Photos: On Dhyan Chand's birthday, Indian women's hockey team gets berth for Rio Olympics

Aug 29, 2015

Photos: On Dhyan Chand's birthday, Indian women's hockey team gets berth for Rio Olympics

he women's team finish finishing fifth in the Hockey World League this year -- a feat which went a long way into safeguarding their entry for the Rio Olympics. #India #Japan #hockey #Spain #England #ImagesOfTheDay #Dhyan Chand #Ritu Rani #National Sports Day #Indian women's hcokey
Women in IT: Their path to the top is like a maze

Aug 28, 2015

Women in IT: Their path to the top is like a maze

The career advancement challenges for women can be divided into two categories - those pertaining to inclusivity and those pertaining to promotions: #Leadership #IT Industry #women in IT #MICA
Sydney bar turns naked women into fruit platters, and they are not alone!

Aug 27, 2015

Sydney bar turns naked women into fruit platters, and they are not alone!

Cruise Bar, a popular Sydney bar had some naked women in flesh coloured underwear lie topless and placed food strategically over them. #ThatsJustWrong #food #Sydney #Women #Models #Topless #naked #Bar #platters crazy
Tintu Luka crashes out of 800m event in Worlds but secures Rio 2016 berth

Aug 26, 2015

Tintu Luka crashes out of 800m event in Worlds but secures Rio 2016 berth

Tintu Luka crashed out in the first round heats of the women's 800m race in the World Athletics Championships with a disappointing seventh-place finish but qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games with a season-best effort on the fifth day of competitions #SportsTracker #Tintu Luka #Rio 2016 #World Athletic Championships #Beihin 2015 #Olympic Track and Field #800 meter race #Women's 800m
Lalitha Babar smashes national record, enters 3000m steeplechase final in World Championship

Aug 24, 2015

Lalitha Babar smashes national record, enters 3000m steeplechase final in World Championship

Lalita Shivaji Babar smashed her own national record in a creditable performance to qualify for the women's 3000m steeplechase final in the World Athletics Championships here today. #Sports #Athletics #women's 3000m steeplechase #National Record #Lalita Shivaji Babar
Ladies, beware of alcohol! May lead to unsafe sexual encounters, says study

Aug 21, 2015

Ladies, beware of alcohol! May lead to unsafe sexual encounters, says study

Alcohol consumption by young women may result in unexpected, unintended and unsafe sexual encounters, says a study led by an Indian-origin researcher. #Sex #NewsTracker #Women #Study #Alcohol #Shareworthy
South India accounts for nearly half of all child marriage cases in India, reveals NCRB data

Aug 21, 2015

South India accounts for nearly half of all child marriage cases in India, reveals NCRB data

Two South Indian states- Tamil Nadu and Karnataka-have earned the dubious distinction of being the states with the highest incidence of child marriage in the country in 2014. #Tamil Nadu #NewsTracker #NCRB #child marriage #Women and Child Development Ministry #South India
We can do what men can: First women to pass US Army's Ranger School speak out

Aug 21, 2015

We can do what men can: First women to pass US Army's Ranger School speak out

The first women to pass the grueling training course at the US Army's elite Ranger School said Thursday they hoped their success would open doors for women seeking jobs in frontline combat. #US #NewsTracker #Women #military #US Army #Men #US ranger army
2012 Delhi gangrape convict claims he was brutally assaulted in prison

Aug 20, 2015

2012 Delhi gangrape convict claims he was brutally assaulted in prison

One of the four death row convicts in the 16 December gangrape and murder case claimed in court that he was brutally assaulted by the inmates in Tihar Jail. #India #Delhi #NewsTracker #Crime #assault #Crimes against women #jail #Vinay Sharma #convict #2012 Delhi gangrape
Here's why women registering to vote in Saudi Arabia for the first time is a big deal

Aug 20, 2015

Here's why women registering to vote in Saudi Arabia for the first time is a big deal

Women registered to vote for the first time ever in Saudi Arabia on Thursday, ahead of the nationwide local elections. Though women's rights activists have hailed the move as progress they say there is still a long way to go before women have equal rights to men in the kingdom. #Elections #NewsTracker #Voting #Women's rights in Saudi Arabia #Saudi Arabi