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Every day is a new battle against patriarchy. Some battles are tough, some battles push me to the brink of despair, but the only thing that is constant is my voice of resistance.
On National Science Day today, let's learn about 8 incredible Indian women scientists who have overcome truly difficult odds.
Women can choose to do anything, so why limit them to being somebody's wife or somebody's mother?
Dr. Kamal Ranadive was a pioneer in the field of cancer research and women's and children's healthcare in tribal areas, and the founder of Indian Women Scientists' Association (IWSA), that continues to support women in India's scientific and technology fields.
Neena Gupta shares her terrifying childhood experiences of being molested - like most assault survivors who often go to great measures to minimise these incidents by remaining silent, she was scared to tell her parents.
Neha Dhupia speaks about her postpartum body - it's normal to gain weight after childbirth, have stretch marks, and to take time to heal. So new moms, don't let social expectations make you feel guilty!
Woman are not baby making machines, and they are not just here to be somebody’s wife. They have aspirations and goals. Time this was better understood by all.
Former Director General of Police (DGP) of Uttar Pradesh, Sutapa Sanyal shares about her work and some insights on gender violence in India.
The accused in the IIT Guwahati rape case is granted bail because "he is a 'talented, future asset'." What about the trauma he caused to the survivor who is also a student? Or are girl students not worthy enough?
Sisters can make great business partners as these dynamic duos prove - entrepreneur duos who have carved their niche in the industry.
We asked the women among our readers in an Instagram post for sexist questions asked at job interviews, and this is what they said.
Google doodle today celebrated the 117th birth anniversary of firebrand Hindi poetess Subhadra Kumari Chauhan whose poem on Rani of Jhansi is known to every child who has learnt Hindi.
After the Indian women's hockey team lost the semifinals, two upper caste men in Haridwar went to Vandana Katariya's home and screamed casteist abuses at her family.
Actor, comedian, and influencer Mallika Dua recently uploaded an ad on mental health on her Insta handle, stressing the importance of normalising seeking therapy.
The British criminalised prostitution, but sex workers' rights in India continue to remain dismal as they're not looked at as equal human beings even today.
Even if you celebrate Friendship Day online, why not do it with a binge watch party and discover the many forms of female friendships through these 20 short films?
Tridha Choudhury recently spoke up about the hyper sexualisation that women face in pop media, saying that "actors are frequently sexualised after being cast in a particular role."
Nalapat Balamani Amma, mother of poet Kamala Das, was a rebel poet who a fought for the rights of women and wrote fiercely in Malayalam.
Veteran actor Surekha Sikri who really got under the skin of her role, passed away today at the age of 75 due to an unfortunate heart attack. A tribute
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