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Issue of entry of women in Haji Ali: Bombay HC asks stakeholders to submit arguments in 2 weeks

Feb 09, 2016

Issue of entry of women in Haji Ali: Bombay HC asks stakeholders to submit arguments in 2 weeks

Reserving its judgement on the ban of entry of women in the sanctum sanctorum of Haji Ali Durgah in Mumbai, the Bombay High Court on Tuesday asked all the parties to submit their arguments in writing in two weeks. #India #Religion #NewsTracker #Bombay High Court #Women #sexism #Haji Ali Durgah #entry ban
TERI case: Take gods to court, let the likes of Pachauri carry on with sexual harassment

Feb 09, 2016

TERI case: Take gods to court, let the likes of Pachauri carry on with sexual harassment

By being silent on Pachauri and letting TERI off the hook we are, in effect, de-humanising women, making them a sum total of their body parts #InMyOpinion #Sexual harassment #Sabarimala #sexism #RK pachauri #TERI #Shani Shingnapur Temple #The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Act of 2013
Lord's to host 2017 Women's World Cup final

Feb 08, 2016

Lord's to host 2017 Women's World Cup final

The hallowed Lord's will host the final of the Women's Cricket World Cup in 2017, the ICC said. #Sports #Cricket #ICC #England #SportsTracker #Women's Cricket World Cup
Culture minister Mahesh Sharma speaks out in favour of women's entry at Sabarimala

Feb 08, 2016

Culture minister Mahesh Sharma speaks out in favour of women's entry at Sabarimala

Union minister Mahesh Sharma on Monday favoured the entry of women in Kerala's Sabarimala temple, saying there should be no discrimination on the basis of caste and gender. #Kerala #NewsTracker #Sabarimala #Tourism ministry #Discrimination against women #Mahesh Sharma #tourist helpline
Skipper Mithali Raj guides India to consolation win over Australia in final ODI

Feb 08, 2016

Skipper Mithali Raj guides India to consolation win over Australia in final ODI

Skipper Mithali Raj led from the front with an 89-run knock to save the Indian women's cricket team from a whitewash by guiding it to a comfortable five- wicket in the third and final ODI against Australia in Hobart on Sunday. #Cricket #Australia #Mithali Raj #ODI #SportsTracker #India Women's team
DCW raps Delhi police again, asks for data on crimes against women

Feb 07, 2016

DCW raps Delhi police again, asks for data on crimes against women

DCW chief Swati Maliwal on Sunday said that in case Delhi Police fails to submit data as sought by it on crimes against women, it will exercise its powers of a civil court. #NewsTracker #Crimes against women #Delhi Commission for Women #BS Bassi #DCW #Swati Maliwal
Book Review: Aparna Jain's 'Own It' brings out of unarticulated darkness the indescribable things that happen to women at the workplace

Feb 06, 2016

Book Review: Aparna Jain's 'Own It' brings out of unarticulated darkness the indescribable things that happen to women at the workplace

In Aparna Jain’s book Own It, we hear about harassment of women at the workplace, including microaggressions; maternity leave; and how women stand in the way of their own careers. #Sexual harassment #Women in the workplace #BookReview #Gender diversity #FWeekend #Aparna Jain #Own It
Zika scare: Andhra to spread awareness about mosquito bites, set up helpdesks at airports

Feb 05, 2016

Zika scare: Andhra to spread awareness about mosquito bites, set up helpdesks at airports

Health Minister Kamineni Srinivas directed officials to spread awareness about Zika and the menace of the mosquito bites, especially during day time. #NewsTracker #Andhra Pradesh #Latin America #Panchayat #pregnant women #Zika #Kamineni Srinivas
India retain victorious T20I squad from Australia series for Women's World T20

Feb 05, 2016

India retain victorious T20I squad from Australia series for Women's World T20

Fresh from a historic series triumph over Australia, the Indian women's cricket squad was left unchanged for the World Twenty20 Championship to be held in March-April. #India #Australia #Mithali Raj #SportsTracker #World T20 #Women's World T20
India women's football legend Oinam Bembem Devi to retire after SAG

Feb 04, 2016

India women's football legend Oinam Bembem Devi to retire after SAG

Indian women's football team captain Oinam Bembem Devi, who on Thursday announced that the 12th South Asian Games (SAG) in India will be her last tournament, is hopeful of retaining the top spot in the competition. #India #Manipur #KickingAround #Women's Football #South Asian Games #Indian Football #Oinam Bembem Devi