Siddharth has apologised to Saina Nehwal after receiving heavy criticism for his "rude joke"
Netizens trolled Siddharth for his apparent 'sexist' remark on ace shuttler Saina Nehwal
There was a 30 percent rise in complaints of crimes against women in 2021 as compared to 2020 when 23,722 complaints were received.
Nodeep Kaur arrest: Punjab minister alleges activist was sexually assaulted in police custody, seeks NCW's intervention
In an official statement in Chandigarh, Punjab's Social Security, Women and Child Development Minister Aruna Chaudhary said a medical examination conducted after Nodeep Kaur's arrest revealed injuries on her body and private parts
The NCW team said the woman was the sole breadwinner in her family, and that the accused had planned the action as they had lured her to the temple via a phone call
NCW says compensation not paid to acid attack survivors in 799 of 1,273 cases, demands immediate action from states
The issue was discussed in a virtual meeting by the National Commission for Women with the nodal officers and representatives of the 24 states and Union Territories
The National Commission for Women has also forwarded the matter to the Election Commission for necessary action
The commission asked Srivastava to appear before it at 11 am on 26 October to give an explanation for his comments
Hathras gangrape case: Amit Malviya, Digvijaya Singh and Swara Bhasker get NCW notice for revealing victim's identity
The commission has also directed them to immediately remove social media posts on Hathras victim and refrain from sharing such pictures or videos in future
Huma Qureshi on being named in sexual harassment allegation against Anurag Kashyap: Angry at being dragged into this mess
Huma Qureshi posted a statement on Twitter, saying that she had so far avoided commenting on the issue as she didn't want to get into social media fights and media trials.
Issuing a statement via his production company Vishesh Films, Mahesh Bhatt clarifies he has no association with the firm in question and that his pictures were misused without his permission.
NCW issues fresh notice to Mahesh Bhatt, Urvashi Rautela and others to record statement in sexual assault case
The NCW issued fresh notices to the celebrities for recording witness statements on a complaint filed by social activist Yogita Bhayana
Sumukhi Suresh condemns online abuse against female comics: 'You won't be allowed to think you can violate our bodies'
Sumukhi Suresh took to Twitter, lambasting online abuse against women, especially those working in the field of entertainment.
Out of the total complaints, the highest (603) were received under the 'Right to live with dignity', which takes into account the emotional abuse of women
Coronavirus Outbreak: For families of child sexual abuse survivors, lockdown makes dealing with trauma much more difficult
while the economic hardships due to the coronavirus lockdown are more evident, the restrictions also add to social inequities in less visible ways.
The National Commission for Women revealed that within the first week of the Indian lockdown, they received 257 calls about offences against women.
Gujarat college’s principal, rector among four arrested for forcing 60 girls to remove undergarments to check for menstruation
Police on Monday arrested four persons, including the principal of the Gujarat college, where authorities allegedly forced over 60 girls to remove their undergarments to check if they were menstruating
Bhuj hostel inmates made to undergo menstruation check: NCW team meets students, terms incident 'matter of shame and disgrace'
The incident took place on 11 February in the Shree Sahajanand Girls Institute (SSGI), run by a trust of the Swaminarayan Temple in Gujarat's Bhuj, when more than 60 undergraduate hostel inmates were lined up in the restroom and forced to remove their undergarments to prove they were not menstruating
NCW sets up panel to speak to Gujarat college students who were made to strip to check if they were menstruating, slams varsity for 'shameful exercise'
The National Commission for Women has set up an inquiry committee which will meet the students of a college in Gujarat who were reportedly forced to strip to prove that they were not menstruating
From chemical castration to public lynching: In Parliament, MPs demand harshest punishment for accused in Hyderabad rape and murder case
During the discussion about the Hyderabad rape and murder case, Rajya Sabha MP Jaya Bachchan demanded a definitive answer from the government and said that the perpetrators need to be 'shamed in public and lynched'