The feminist movement is divided — like any other movement. Factions emerge in every movement, adopting a particular framework as the most beneficial.
On this edition of First Lady, actor Juhi Chawla recalls the contribution of female figures in her life.
We took a look at two such Women's Day videos which trended for all the right reasons, we are guessing. Take a look.
'Day Without a Woman' protest in the United States was put together by organizers of the women's marches that drew more than 1 million people the day after Republican President Donald Trump was sworn in.
PCOS patients are at an increased risk for diabetes, heart disease, obesity, depression, infertility and various cancers. Read about it Alice in Wonderland style.
In an act of moral policing, a group of Shiv Sena activists today allegedly chased away young men and women who were sitting in the Marine Drive area here.
Women and allies will join together for equity, justice and the human rights of women and all gender-oppressed people, through a one-day demonstration of economic solidarity.
On the occasion of International Women's Day 2017, filmmaker Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari shares her thoughts — in verse — on what we really should be celebrating — being human.
It's International Women's Day, and these songs celebrate the power of womanhood
At Firstpost, we work in a newsroom that encourages discussions, debates and sometimes even rants on pertinent issues like gender and sexism. A few journalists from our newsroom share the sexism that they have dealt with from the beginning of their career. The International Women’s Day cannot to be restricted to being a token 'day', it's purpose should be to take the narrative forward.
Women’s strikes and solidarity strikes in the past have worked where other forms of advocacy have failed. On International Women's Day 2017, the Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development put together these infographics that look at some of the strikes by women that changed our world — for the better.
On this Women's Day, here are some badass women, with some badass messages.
The world is celebrating International Women's Day on Wednesday. This year the United Nations' theme is “Women in the Changing World of Work: Planet 50-50 by 2030” which urges men, women and non-binary people to take "groundbreaking action that truly drives the greatest change for women".
In the run up to International Women’s Day 2017 on 8 March, we profiled little-known women in South India who have fought against all odds in their local communities to bring forth change and transformation
This Women's Day, as you step out to yet another day, just a little different maybe(?), here are a bunch of tracks you might want to mark favourite.
Nalini Shekar of the Hasiru Dala has transformed how rag pickers are viewed
International Women's Day 2017: Sania Mirza to Sakshi Malik, top stars on what it means to be a female athlete in India
On International Women’s Day, we asked six women athletes a simple question: What does it mean to be a female athlete in India. Here's what they said.
It was only in the early 1900s that women were allowed to perform Kuchipudi, the medieval classical dance form that originated in the eponymous village in Andhra Pradesh.
International Women's Day 2017: Meet Kalavathy Sridharan, a successful Dalit entrepreneur in Tamil Nadu
In the run up to International Women’s Day on 8 March, read about Kalavathy Sridharan, a young dalit entrepreneur from Chennai