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18th January 2021 will be marked as #MahilaKisanDivas in protest of the proposed farming laws, which will severely impact the women farming community of India.
“I didn’t want to become a bichari. And I didn’t want to wear a badge of disability. I think that was what gave me the strength to get up.”, says Guneet, who was diagnosed with a rare genetic condition called Retinitis Pigmentosa that resulted in 100% loss of vision over a period of time.
From being called names to lack of basic infrastructure like restrooms, there is a lot that transgender people at work have faced. Here are their experiences to help us become better allies at work.
Some crucial points were made by senior journalist Priya Ramani's lawyer Rebecca John last week, in the ongoing defamation suit by MJ Akbar.
It’s hard to explain the love and confidence I felt when I heard those words. For me, it was just dance performance at a Club. But he made it sound so special.
Union Budget 2020-21 was out yesterday. Reportedly the longest budget speech, divided in three parts, here's what it means (or doesn't) for the Indian woman.
Business maven Apurva Purohit tells writer Anusha Singh why women need to fix the leaky pipeline in middle management before breaking the glass ceiling.
An interview with Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, pioneer of the biotech industry in India, on ramping up the presence of women in the workplace and enabling women to make it to the leadership track.
It was Mother’s Day yesterday, when we all celebrated mothers, mostly in their roles as caregivers and nurturers. But do we give a thought to mothers and soon-to-be mothers in Indian workplaces?
Screenwriter Jyoti Kapoor is speaking up after being dropped from the Filmfare nomination for Badhaai Ho. It's great to see more women in the film industry refusing to stay quiet.
We look the prettiest when we smile and laugh with abandon. Allow yourself to smile from the heart, and see what a beautiful expression of life you'd be.
The Ambani wedding in December 2018 was an exercise in a vulgar display of wealth, and an opportunity that Mukesh and Nita Ambani lost to set a better example to Indians who look up to the rich and influential.
The author shares her belief that seeing the world from a height helps put things in perspective and one realizes that he/she is merely a speck in the vast universe.
The one thing I noticed on my visit was the liberated life in Paris, of women who were ‘out there’, in the open, living it up, free-spirited and ‘safe’! How I wish we could have the same in India!
Supreme Court decriminalized homosexuality yesterday by changing Section 377. Author Anusha Sings expresses her content through this article.
A recent visit to Koh Samui in Thailand made me question certain things about myself, and the way I have taken these things for granted until now.
The image at the top is of the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, Tulip Festival, Srinagar, 2017. But I almost missed seeing this. Here's how.
Valentine's Day for married couples doesn't seem like such a big deal. But here's why married folks actually need this day of love even more than the singles!
There is no such thing as a bikini body, as this author realized. The term is just one used to stereotype and shame women.
In a recent divorce case, the Delhi High Court took a very nuanced view and came to the aid of a wife who was accused of cruelty by her husband. Read on! Recently, the Delhi High Court passed a significant judgment dated 22 November 2016 in a matrimonial case titled Harjit Kaur vs. Surinder Singh […]
Melanie Trump's pictures, especially those of her in revealing outfits started doing the rounds as soon as Donald Trump won the US elections. Why are women always the easiest targets?
What is it with reports of women ‘flaunting’ their baby bump? Is looking hot during pregnancy going to become yet another beauty standard for women?
Diversity and Inclusion are becoming buzzwords in industry circles. Here we unpack what needs to be done in practice.
A wife’s demand for separation from the husband’s family would not amount to forming a valid grounds for divorce in every case!
The pressure on women to 'look good' means that most women's reasons for exercising are weight loss or a slim figure! If you aim for fitness instead, wouldn't the rest follow?
Women's rights on abortion in India upheld by the Bombay High Court. A detailed look at this important judgment
The newborn is important, yes, but the new mother who has just gone through labour is just as important. Why do we take her for granted?
Dania is a woman in an unusual profession, mixing and serving drinks at a resort bar in Kerala, and does so with dignity and elan!
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