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Jul 25, 2017
Watch: The force is female – India's women cops take a standArray
Jun 29, 2017
It's time to relieve women of 'home manager' role, even as debate rages over men's share in household choresA discussion on Quora seems to have made many men in the country vocal about the skewed participation of men and women in household chores
Jun 28, 2017
In Netherlands, Narendra Modi lists out work done for women empowerment in India: PM calls initiatives 'an investment'Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday made a strong pitch for women's empowerment, saying he is working for a women-led development of India.
Jun 12, 2017
Law and Justice ministry launches ‘Tele-Law’ to help rural residents get easy access to legal aidThe scheme, a joint effort of the Law and Justice and Electronics and Information Technology Ministries, will also impart training to 1,000 women to act as PLVs.
Jun 06, 2017
RGV's short film Meri Beti Sunny Leone Banna Chahti Hai reflects shameless opportunismThe conversation about porn, sexuality — and Sunny Leone — has moved far beyond what this poorly conceived, poorly executed short film by Ram Gopal Varma imagines
May 31, 2017
Centre missed point of women empowerment by not exempting tax on sanitary napkins: CongressCongress spokesperson Sushmita Dev said that the GST could have been instrumental by making sanitary napkins tax free or minimally taxed.
May 28, 2017
The Handmaid's Tale: From dystopian feminist horror in 1984, to horrifyingly real in 2017Hulu’s TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid’s Tale feels eerily relevant
May 27, 2017
From triple talaq to honour killing, 'tradition' is an excuse used to suppress womenFrom triple talaq to honour killings, sati, johar, infanticide — why are traditions that harm women seen as protective mechanisms?
May 07, 2017
How Tehmina Durrani became one of Pakistan's most powerful feminist voicesIn Pakistan, Tehmina Durrani fights for the rights of those who've been oppressed
May 07, 2017
Pascal Mazurier-Suja Jones case ruling shows the 'motherhood' trope has become farcicalSociety has a skewed view of motherhood, and years and years of patriarchal brainwashing has made women draw 'Lakshman rekhas' around themselves