I am a law graduate from Government Law College,Mumbai.I am a Fellow in General Insurance ( technical qualification for insurance ) .I am a homemaker at present, having worked for nearly 16 years in General Insurance in the Public Sector.
I blog about recipes & my views.
Crimes against women and children are treated casually by our institutions. What else explains such low conviction rates?
Smartphones are increasingly being used to harass women online and to film crimes like rape. Do we take pleasure in watching others in pain?
With the whole world under a lockdown, women seem to be holding fort everywhere, right from homes to offices to even countries! Here's to these warriors!
We need to dramatically increase the representation of women in the judiciary, police, prisons and legal aid system. Here's why.
The need of the hour is stricter regulation as also implementation by authorities like RBI & prudent action by depositors which will save their money.
The film depicts that we all have conspired to remain silent even as we see the marginalised being pushed down deeper.
Manual scavenging may have been legally abolished decades ago, but we continue to send manual scavengers to their deaths.
So much of violence - both sexual and otherwise, is directed towards children, innocent victims of a patriarchal society that engages in power play and control.
The caste system has oppressed for centuries, and still does, as in the case of a recent suicide by a lady doctor in which casteist harassment has been alleged as a cause.
The handling of the case filed by a junior court staffer against CJI Gogoi is a prime example of how a position of power can be mishandled leading to a travesty of justice.
The writer is all praises for author Usha Narayanan's book "Awaken The Durga Within" and says that it is a must read for women.
Many cases of crime against women in shelter homes have been brought to light of late. The author's concerns are no different from that of any other woman in the county.
Despite women being half the population, political parties pay only lip service to women's issues, as seen by the poor representation that we get as candidates.
No matter where in the world you live, the water crisis is likely to be global. Isn't it time we woke up and started using water as a precious resource?
The Supreme Court has banned sale of fire crackers in Delhi NCR. Isn't this firecracker ban essential for the rest of the country too?
The recent verdict acquitting filmmaker Mahmood Farooqui on the grounds of the woman's 'No' being 'feeble' is appalling and could have grave consequences for other victims.
Women in many countries still have limited control over their own fertility. Overpopulation is leading upto a crisis, unless women are allowed to control their own bodies.
Besan recipes are as numerous in India as there are dialects, and all of them are mouth-wateringly tasty, whether sweet or savoury. A look at this humble flour.
A detailed study reveals that punishment for rape is often based on unscientific evidence as well as myths, which have little or no basis in facts. It's time we had a change!
A pressure cooker eases off the pressure, while cooking a nutritious meal. Here are some delicious pressure cooker recipes that can be prepared by this most handy device.
My first period not only brought to me the reality of menstruation, but also made me realize that an unlikely feminist lurked inside my orthodox grandma!
Two child norm? Or Four or five children according to certain 'enlightened' leaders? And why should men fall behind? A hilarious read!
Copying and plagiarism in India, are almost something we cannot do without. From cheating in the examination hall to stealing someone's work, we do it all.
Most of us know the concept of ‘Overtime’, but ‘Undertime’ is a lesser known concept. A funny take on mixing business with pleasure! I have learnt a new word: Undertime. It means time spent by an employee on leisure during his or her working hours. Now, when I say leisure, I mean things like a […]
'Court' is a multi-lingual, award-winning movie that portrays the life of common people in India. Here is a review of the movie 'Court'.
We are so used to CCTVs around us that it's 'normal' now. But do we really understand the rise of CCTV in India and its impact on us?
Does polygamy exist? Why are the ratios dropping in different parts of the country? What does all this mean? Read this article to understand this better.
The Indian Work Culture is All Play, No Work. Is it surprising why Indians don't take vacations?
Who wants to be a housewife? Being a housewife is surely the most unappreciated job in the world.
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