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#SelfieWithDaughter: Activist Kavita Krishnan accuses PM of 'stalking', sparks outrage

Kavita Krishnan accuses PM Modi of stalking daughters

Secretary of the All India Progressive Womens Association (AIPWA), Kavita Krishnan left Narendra Modis supporters red faced and sparked a Twitter war by accusing the Prime Minster of stalking daughters. During his radio programme Mann Ki Baat, Modi had ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

Women's tennis has made no progress: Former Indian player

The backdrop couldn't have been more ironic. Under the same roof from where Mahesh Bhupathi announced how he and his colleagues were trying to build on the success of the Indian Professional Tennis League's first season, Nirupama Sanjeev (formerly ...
 Hindustan Times4 hours ago

'Fifa's goal is to make state associations self-sufficient

Panaji: Fifa, the governing body for world football, has joined hands with the All India Football Federation (AIFF) to develop state associations in a pilot project that involves seven states including Goa. Shaji Prabhakaran, the Fifa Regional ...
 Times of India4 days ago

Consultant (Analyst and Program Coordinator), Sustainable Finance

WRI is a global research organization that spans more than 50 countries, with offices in the Brazil, China, Europe, India, Indonesia, and the United States. Our more than 450 experts and staff work closely with leaders to turn big ideas into action ...
 Eco-Business1 week ago

Hypnotic Trance in Delhi: Monsanto, GMOs and the Looting of India's Agriculture

Indian women farmers protesting in Delhi We are about to enter August. And that's a special month in India. Each year, on the 15th, the country commemorates theanniversary of independence fromBritain. To mark the occasion, official public ...
 RINF.com2 days ago Modi Acts Near-East, And Hasina Responds Analysis  Eurasia Review3 weeks ago #SelfieWithDaughter: Bowled Modi, caught Tendulkar... India's Twitter viral  Emirates2474 weeks ago #SelfieWithDaughter: How Modi sparked a Twitter viral  Emirates2474 weeks ago

Protesters demand resignation of St Stephen's principal

New Delhi: Students and teachers of Delhi University and women rights activists today stepped up their protests against St Stephen's Principal Valson Thampu demanding that he resign over his handling of the research scholar molestation case. ...
 Manorama Online3 weeks ago Students, teachers demand Stephen's Principal's resignation for hushing up molestation complaint  IBNLive India News3 weeks ago Stephen's molestation row: Teachers, students join hands to protest against Thampu  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Students, teachers hold protest on Stephens issue  The Statesman3 weeks ago

Bhupesh Bhandari: Charity by coercion

Maneka Gandhi, the minister for women and child development, castigated industry associations last week for being non-serious about social work. "When it comes to doing something for the country, they do very little other than talking," she ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago

Dell Reports Progress on 2020 Legacy of Good Plan, Including Environmental, Community Engagement and Diversity Initiatives

Dell India clocked in a total of over 1,11,644 hours towards volunteerism across 1,961 organizations and 2,164 events predominantly in the area of engaging with schools for transformational change. Employees across India eliminated over 17 million ...
 Businessworld India3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Out in the open: Memes and YouTube videos challenging menstrual myths

Who bleeds blue, other than desi cricket fans? India's 355 million menstruating women, according to every sanitary napkin ad. Red is taboo, as are periods themselves. Through liberalisation, post-liberalisation and the internet age, women have been ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago
Outlook India

If Women Run India, It Will Become A Member Of UNSC: Tarek Fatah

Tarek Fatah, the renowned Pakistan-born Canadian writer and liberal activist, was on a four-month long trip to India. Upon his return, he gave a rather interesting interview to Tahir Gora where he spoke of his experiences in India. Fatah ...
 Outlook India4 weeks ago
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