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Day March 8, 2020

Mumbai- Under trial writes ‘Grant us bail or kill us in encounter so we don’t have to die in these conditions every day’

In his letter to Bombay High Court, the inmate alleges that:Jail officials co-opt old inmates to abuse and intimate newcomers, and earn crores from sorting inmates into barracksMedical and drinking water facilities are a shambles, with 4 doctors for 3,800… Continue Reading →

CAA Protests : Allahabad HC Slams Yogi Govt’s Name and Shame Move

UP Govt’s Banners on Anti-CAAProtesters Highly Unjust: HC UNPRECEDENTED SITTING This is…absolute encroachment on personal liberty of persons concerned: HC; judgement todayState, through additional advocate general, contests jurisdiction of bench to deal with issue Our Political Bureau New Delhi: In… Continue Reading →

Almost 90% of Men/Women Globally Are Biased Against Women

New Analysis Provides Clues to “Glass Ceiling”; Tools to Shatter It New York, 5 March –How big and thick is the Glass Ceiling? New analysis suggests that it covers all aspects of women’s lives –including the household –and that it… Continue Reading →

Dr Payal Tadvi suicide case: Accused doctors allowed to travel home, victim family to assist the prosecution

POSTED ON MARCH 8, 2020 Dr Payal Tadvi A special SC/ST court hearing the Dr Payal Tadvi suicide case recently allowed the mother of the deceased to assist the prosecution during the trial against the three doctors booked on charges… Continue Reading →

International Women’s Day: The forgotten story of the Dalit woman

A category of women who have consistently been ignored in the popular imagination is the Dalit woman. Rarely are they a part of national conversations and public discourse around modern feminism and the gender justice demagoguery. By Guru Prakash A… Continue Reading →

Corporate India’s gender diversity agenda- Empty with Inherent Bias

An exclusive survey of 1,067 male managers of India Inc reveals regressive attitudes towards gender inclusion are deeply entrenched Saumya Bhattacharya Corporate India’s gender diversity agenda largely remains an empty promise and an unfinished task as its managers are neither… Continue Reading →

Meet the 15 women who shaped India’s Constitution

A research project aims to highlight the role of female members of the Constituent Assembly Priya Ravichandran, a marketing professional from Chennai, has been digging out the stories of these founding mothers of India as part of a project that… Continue Reading →

India’s Greatest Shame: The ‘Unwanted’ Girl Child

I was so busy helping the screaming 19-year-old Primi (her first pregnancy) that I completely neglected the 34-year-old Gravida (8 times pregnant) at the far end of the ward. Amidst shouts of “mukku Amma” (Push, lady, (in Tamil)), by the accompanying nurse,… Continue Reading →

Indian students in 21 US campuses protest, ‘reclaim’ Holi as festival of unity in diversity

In a unique event, Indian students studying across the United States held a nationwide campaign called Holi Against Hindutva. Standing with placards against the Government of India’s move to amend citizenship laws, protests took place as many as 21 U.S…. Continue Reading →

Mumbai Victory – Project-affected families of Toxic Mahul, get flats in Gorai

Project-affected families had earlier been allotted homes in the ‘toxic hell’ of Mahul; 288 families will now get flats in Gorai Ten project-affected families who had been living on the streets of Vidyavihar for over a year finally got keys… Continue Reading →

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