Can a woman loiter in or saunter through streets of a city like Delhi? A look at applying the concept of flânerie to Indian women.
Delhi government has decided to provide free bus rides for women commuters with the choice of using its public service buses for free starting from the 29th of October.
A group of women 'We Walk at Midnight' participated in a walking relay on the eve of this Independence Day, which was also the patriarchal festival of Rakshabandhan. It was an eyeopener.
I have always been independent in every way but one - I never got around to learning to drive. But this year, I conquered my fears, and #YesIDidIt
Mumbai's public transport system has deteriorated so much in terms of the infrastructure and the crowds, and regular commutes have become a nightmare for women and for those with a disability!
Women need to step out at all hours but crime against them is also increasing. This calls for safety devices for women that can be easily carried and used.
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