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Sep 08, 2017
India's move to scrap bank guarantee for women Domestic workers in Kuwait will harm their rightsThe removal of the bank guarantee recruitment norm has put at risk a large number of Indians working as house maids in Kuwait
May 11, 2015
How one woman went from being a domestic worker in Singapore to recycling business boss in PhilippinesJeanilyn Bermudez is a domestic worker in Singapore. But back home in the Philippines, she's the boss of a recycling business that's giving others jobs and opportunity.
Jan 07, 2014
Devyani row: Why India invoking Vienna convention is hypocriticalIndia by signing the Vienna Convention and by not ratifying the ILO Convention has allowed Devyani Khobragade to claim her victimhood while denying the same to Sangeeta Richard.
Nov 28, 2013
Mumbai: Teenage maid at diamond merchant's house found deadA 19-year-old girl, working as a domestic help at a diamond merchant's house here, was found dead, in what police suspect to be a case of suicide, a suggestion rejected by her family.
Nov 05, 2013
Maid death: BSP MLA's wife arrested, admits to inflicting inhuman torturePolice have arrested Jagriti Singh, wife of Bahujan Samaj Party MLA Dhananjay Singh, on suspected reports of inflicting physical torture on the maid that reportedly led to her death which was reported earlier this morning.
Sep 12, 2012
True cost of ghar ka khana: Time to pay the Indian housewife?No more free lunches. Or dinners. The government wants husbands to pay part of their salaries to their wives for household chores. The road to domestic hell is paved with such good intentions.
Aug 28, 2012
'Bill against sexual harassment a boost to domestic workers'If ever the logjam in Parliament over the CAG’s report on coal allocations should end, a key bill— The Protection of Women against Sexual Harassment at Workplace Bill, 2010— may finally see the light of day.
Apr 03, 2012
Delhi child maid's trauma: just another failure in protecting kidsThe recent case of a doctor couple leaving their maid locked up without food while they were on holiday brings to the fore again the unsolved problem of children being employed as domestic help across India.
Feb 23, 2012
US judge grants $1.5 million as compensation to 'enslaved' Indian maidShanti Gurung had accused her employer, Neena Malhotra, who at the time was "serving as the Counselor of Press, Culture, Information, Education, and Community Affairs at the Consulate General of India in Manhattan" of slavery.
Sep 10, 2011
Tata DoCoMo ad draws ire of Domestic servants associationThe Gharkamgar Molkarni Sanghatna, an association of domestic servants, has objected to a TV ad of Tata DoCoMo, saying it depicted their profession in a bad light.