Challenges for women continue at workplace, but organisations are taking cognisance and making changes
Gender pay gap is still high in India, as women in the country earn 19 percent less than men, and wage inequalities in favour of men are present in all the relevant sectors, a survey said
International Women's Day: Even as India's female athletes shine on world stage, standalone leagues for them are sadly few
Since 2016 Rio Olympics, women athletes are among the biggest flagbearers in their respective sports. Yet, when it comes to sporting leagues, women's leagues often exist on the periphery.
Bollywood personalities have shared posts on social media to mark the global holiday of Women's Day
Women in tech: Around 42% of females feel their voices and contributions are underappreciated in the workplace
A study has revealed 96% female tech professionals in India are the most committed to staying in the tech sector for the next 5-10 years
International Women's day 2019: From Flipkart to Renault India, special offers on e-commerce websites
On International Women’s Day, several e-commerce websites are giving out attractive offers
Women's Day 2019: Men look forward to helping women get empowered, create a more equal world for them to co-exist
International Women's Day is celebrated every year on 8 March to honour the strength and power of one half of the world and the reason for the other half, women. This year's theme is: 'Balance for Better'
International Women's Day 2019: Rahul Gandhi says Women's Reservation Bill will pass if Congress forms govt
Congress members added that both UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi between September 2017 and July 2018, urging him to pass the Women's Reservation Bill and assuring their unconditional support to it
International Women’s Day 2019: Gender equality is a matter of visibility, it needs to go beyond reservation
If a look is taken at female labour force participation (FLFP), a World Bank report found that the rate in India fell to 27 percent in 2017 from 37 percent in 2006.
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee announced that she will lead a padyatra (rally) in Kolkata on the occasion of International Women’s Day on Friday.
Women's Day 2019: Narendra Modi, Ram Nath Kovind salute the strength of 'Nari Shakti', vow for female empowerment
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday extended his greetings and saluted women power. "On International Women's Day, we salute our indomitable Nari Shakti," he tweeted.
Describing women as the "backbone" of our society, Banerjee congratulated women across the world on this day. Emphasising that her government is committed to the empowerment of women, the chief minister said the state government has recently launched 'Swasthya Sathi' health insurance smart cards for them.
Women's Day 2019: Indian science is inching towards #BalanceForBetter despite the none-too-easy path
Currently, positions like fellowships, lead scientist and professorships are not designed keeping both genders in mind.
International Women's Day: How the day came into being and what it means for the struggle for women's rights
Riding high on an annual debate on whether such a day is more farce than celebration, more a capitalist ploy than genuine appreciation, International Women's Day arrives with the usual fanfare, each year, on 8 March.
There is much to look forward to when local strengths & determination expand into global efforts.
International Women’s Day: It is time for men to stop asking 'but what about Men's Day' and join the struggle for equality
How do men perceive International Women's Day? Do most men look at it as a day to introspect, and a day to remind themselves of the fact that they do have a significant role to play in this battle for equality? Sadly not.
Women's Day 2019: Achievements unlocked, skills proven, but women's representation in Indian politics embarrassingly low
On International Women's day, a look at women in politics in India and their low representation in parliaments and decision-making roles.
Airlines to operate all-female crew flights on international, domestic routes on Women's Day; gifts await select flyers
Following the footsteps of its parent, Alliance Air, the regional arm of Air India, will also take to the skies in one of its aircraft with an all-women crew.
International Women's Day: The missing women Nobel Laureates point to a deeply entrenched gender bias amid highest achievers
According to the Nobel Prize website, of the 904 unique individuals to have been awarded the Nobel Prize and Prize in Economic Sciences between 1901 and 2018, only 51 are women.
From cute doodles to fun stickers, WhatsApp brings a list of women-inspired sticker packs for users.
As we celebrate Women’s Day, the online space is still a hostile environment for many women.