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Nov 18, 2017
Sexual harassment debate rages, but little help for women employed in unorganised sectorWomen working in the unorganised sector need as much protection from sexual harassment as their sisters who work in established organisations | #FWeekend
Nov 18, 2017
Satara's women co-own the homes they live in: Why this is significant in Indian contextThe Dalit Mahila Vikas Mandal has been pushing for women in primarily agrarian Satara to be named in the title deeds of the homes and properties they live on
Nov 17, 2017
SC sets up medical panel in case of woman seeking nod to abort 28-week-old foetus with cardiac disorderThe Supreme Court on Friday set up a medical board comprising doctors from the AIIMS to ascertain the health condition of a 28-week-old foetus and the pregnant woman who wanted to abort it on the ground of abnormality.
Nov 17, 2017
Hardik Patel 'sex CD' row shows the double standards to which male and female celebrities are heldThe world didn't end for Kareena Kapoor, Andrea Jeremiah or Kim Kardashian when intimate videos became public. Neither does it end for Hardik Patel. The difference is that Patel doesn’t even have to pretend like something catastrophic has happened to him to gather public sympathy.
Nov 06, 2017
Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammed bin Salman a 'bumbling hothead' who is bringing about economic and social reformSince his emergence as Saudi Arabia's crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, has set his sights firmly on reforms in the ultraconservative kingdom.
Nov 03, 2017
Secret Superstar: How Advait Chandan's film critiques Saudi Arabia, and nudges Hindus of GujaratSecret Superstar’s charm lies in conveying a range of meanings without taking recourse to preachy dialogues. This is why its critique of Saudi Arabia is compelling, it nudge to Gujarati Hindus inoffensive.
Nov 01, 2017
Akshay Kumar-Mallika Dua row: Why women feel pressured to fake laugh their way through sexist 'jokes'As the Akshay Kumar-Mallika Dua incident shows, women often have no other option but to fake laugh their way through 'sexist humour at the workplace
Oct 31, 2017
SC says consent of husband not needed for abortion: Progressive judgment but concerns aboundThe Supreme Court, last week, ruled that abortion is an exclusive right for women and said that the husband's consent is not needed for it.
Oct 30, 2017
Watch: Sophia the humanoid robot gets Saudi Arabian citizenshipSophia, a humanoid robot created by Hanson Robotics in Hong Kong, was given official status on Wednesday at the Future Investment Initiative conference in Saudi Arabia.
Oct 28, 2017
Raya Sarkar faces death, rape threats after sexual predators' list takes academia by stormJust two days after putting up the list on Facebook, Raya Sarkar posted about getting death and rape threats for standing up for victims of sexual harassment.