Former CJI Ranjan Gogoi’s defence against sexual harassment charges: The frank interview that wasn’t
Former CJI Ranjan Gogoi made many statements exonerating himself prior to the initiation of any inquiry from the pulpit. Having been the presiding officer of the hearing, he chose not to have any of this recorded in the record of proceedings and chose not to sign the order. At the very outset, Gogoi ought to have recused himself from the matter.
Bar Council of India condemns 'false and cooked up' sexual harassment allegations against CJI Ranjan Gogoi
The National Green Tribunal Bar Association also condemned the allegations on the CJI Ranjan Gogoi and said it was an attempt to target top Indian judiciary and the entire bar stood in support of the CJI.
Irrespective of outcome, sexual harassment charge against CJI Ranjan Gogoi should set strong precedent in such cases
If the allegations of sexual harassment against CJI Ranjan Gogoi are proved, the apex court should not hold back from levelling punishment on one of their own
OML's response to sexual harassment allegations undermines women's trauma, insults #MeToo movement at large
The silence from the music and entertainment industry, barring Azadi Records and Disco Puppet recently, on The Caravan magazine article about OML and Vijay Nair has been eerily deafening, writes Tanushree Singh
Sajid Khan, who was shooting for his film Housefull 4, was asked to step down as the director following the allegations of sexual misconduct until his name was cleared
Flavia Agnes was among experts who attended the one-day consultation at the New Delhi office of the National Commission for Women (NCW) to review the POSH Act, 2013.
Binny Bansal's exit from Flipkart makes India Inc respond to sexual harassment queries with increased urgency
This week’s resignation of Binny Bansal, the chief executive of Walmart Inc’s Indian venture Flipkart, following an internal probe into accusations of personal misconduct, is expected to only add to the momentum.
As the #MeToo movement rages on, #Spotlight is a watch on sexual assault and everyday harassment in the workplace. The project is an attempt to collate experiences, opinions and resources on sexual harassment in the Indian media and newsrooms.
Many of these #MeToo stories also seem to have occurred within the confines of the workplace. The onus then, is on Indian organisations to make their workspaces better and safer for all employees.