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Changemakers Seema Mishra and Rinki Sharma have successfully made a petition to regulate prices of essentials like sanitisers and mask during the Coronavirus pandemic, keeping these accessible to everyone.
Shashi Tharoor's tweet about supporting period leave petition might well have begun a discussion that is essential to have - on women's menstrual health.
Malaika Arora's Women's Day post still glorified women as strong and happy. While, not wrong, it somewhat shames women who try to speak up and out.
In a highly class conscious society like India, will the love between a domestic help and the very eligible bachelor she works for gain legitimacy? Watch Sir - Is Love Enough.
#SheInspiresUs is going viral after PM Modi declared he will hand over his social media handles to inspiring women on International Women's Day. So, what do Indian women want from the govt?
Neena Gupta blames the 'other woman' in her latest video about not falling in love with a married man. Why don't we ever blame the man for his infidelity?
'Be a lady' is one of the most common things most of us has heard and with a viral and very powerful video, it has been pushed on us once again. Can we just be us?
India's Special Marriage Act, 1954 provides refuge to consenting adults belonging to different faiths, and wishing to marry each other. Here's all you need to know.
These 8 Indian women athletes have proved their mettle in the international scene again and again, even with meagre support from our sports authorities, and often against the strictures of patriarchy.
Taapsee Pannu was compared to Ayushmann Khurrana by a producer after she women the Best Actress award, recently. It's 2020, let women have their own benchmarks!
Meet Surekha Yadav, who became a certified locomotive driver in the Indian Railways in 1989, and is the driver of the 1st Ladies Special in Mumbai.
For Women's Day 2020 the theme is #EachForEqual - what can each of us do to bring up other women to equal? Can we do something concrete?
Indian women officers in the army can now be given permanent commission and hold command posts, says a recent SC ruling, which overturns a sexist directive by the Centre.
Pinjra Tod's Instagram page recently had a couple of posts about Delhi University's Hindu College, highlighting the toxic masculine 'tradition' of Virgin Tree Puja on campus.
Women in the armed forces too can now expect to be kept away from command positions because they "won't be accepted by male troops" and "it will interfere with their domestic obligations"!
Former Union Minister Chinmayanand was granted bail in the case of raping a law student. The High Court didn't even consider it a case of rape. Victim blaming, much?
If you're planning a solo trekking trip to Ladakh, the Ladakhi Women's Travel Company is for you. Run by women and for women, it is exactly what you need!
At a recent inter-collegiate and inter-school, French Festival, more than 150 students and teachers donated their hair cancer patients. We are loving this inspiring story!
At the recent Crossword Book Awards, held at Crossword Bookstores, Kemps Corner on 14th January 2020, we saw women authors shining in the limelight.
Former cricketer, commentator, sports journalist and YouTuber Snehal Pradhan says women need to support each other to succeed. We couldn't agree more!
Newcomer Geetika Vidya Ohlyan's bold stand against the CAA and NRC was appreciated by the citizens. It is her badassery that is making us appreciate her!
India's first school headmistress Savitribai Phule was a woman way ahead of her times. Her ideas about feminism and women's right are relevant even today.
If the story of a young ambitious girl with dreams in her eyes becoming a CM, fascinates you, MX Player's newest drama Queen is made just for you!
A girl in Mumbai had acid thrown on her by her former school principal for complaining against a teacher. Do we need to rethink the revering of teachers?
While only 9 women won in the recent Jharkhand elections, it's interesting that they all have no criminal records. High time we have more women politics?
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