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Feb 25, 2017
Illustrating stereotype: This digital artist challenges norms dictating women's livesDigital artist Vrushali Somavanshi challenges the norms governing women's behaviour with her project 'The XX Files.'
Feb 25, 2017
Lipstick Under My Burkha director: CBFC's decision is an attack on women’s rightsLipstick Under My Burkha director Alankrita Shrivasta said she intends to challenge the CBFC's decision to not certify her film
Feb 23, 2017
Sexual harassment in any film industry is a worrying trend; actors are not sex objectsSexual harassment has to be viewed and dealt with in utter seriousness, says actor Tannishtha Chatterjee in this by invitation column
Feb 21, 2017
Malayalam actress abduction case: Why the response to the incident has been unsettlingSupport for the Malayalam actress, while reassuring, has followed a template
Feb 16, 2017
Minor girl says no to Dabur Real Juice meant for 'him', Maneka Gandhi asks company to look into matterAfter a 9-year-old girl refused to drink Dabur Real juice because the label on its pack said it was meant for "him", Union minister Maneka Gandhi has asked the manufacturer to look into the matter.
Feb 15, 2017
Naliya gangrape case: Congress drags in Modi's mother Hiraba, seek her interventionCongress workers on Wednesday staged a demonstration outside the residence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's nonagenarian mother Hiraba, seeking her intervention in the Naliya gangrape case in which four BJP leaders were allegedly involved.
Feb 07, 2017
Triple talaq: India will remain failed state unless we ensure dignity of Muslim womenIt seems incredible that Indians are still debating the merits and demerits of abolishing a regressive social custom such as triple talaq when several Islamic theocratic states have discontinued the practice
Feb 02, 2017
Manipur Election issues: The ascent of Manipur’s women and their descent into drugsA girl child born in Manipur is more likely to not be killed at birth; more likely to be educated; more likely to be working as an adult; more likely to survive childbirth and more likely to not be the victim of crime than in most Indian states,
Jan 30, 2017
Gender rights activist Trupti Desai to launch campaign for liquor-free MaharashtraBhoomata Brigade chief and gender rights activist Trupti Desai, who shot to fame for spearheading the agitation seeking parity to women over their restricted entry into places of worship, has now announced to launch a new campaign for a liquor-free Maharashtra.
Jan 26, 2017
Goa Election 2017: AAP releases manifesto inspired from Delhi's list of campaign promisesOn 14 January, the AAP in Goa took a leaf out of its Delhi's list of campaign promises, while announcing its manifesto for the forthcoming Assembly polls.