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What women want: do politicians care?

Netas' anti-women remarks hit new low

Our political leaders never cease to surprise us with their extremely archaic and misogynistic views on rape and women. From remarks primarily made to hide their own administrative deficiencies as in ex-Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit's "women should not venture out ... Deccan Herald, 3 days ago

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Lok Sabha elections: What women want-a (wo)manifesto of women's rights and liberties

Even as major political parties finalise and release their election manifestos this week, social activists and civil society leaders have come together with their very own womanifesto urging candidates to focus on issues of crimes against women ...
 DNA India1 week ago

91% voters want action to end the rape epidemic: Survey

New Delhi, April 4: A new MDRA/Avaaz poll released recently reveals that 91% of Indian voters wants the new government to prioritise ending violence against women and 85% are more likely to vote for a politician who commits to specific policies to ...
 Oneindia1 week ago

No safe havens for victims of domestic violence

New Delhi: Sh e married him at 14. It was a love marriage. Within two years, she was pregnant. She didn't know she was marrying an alcoholic. And that her 18-year-old husband would spend all the money he earned on drinking and sell whatever little ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Stricter implementation of laws key to women's safety

27 March 2014 Technology, change in mindsets and better urban planning can help make our cities safer for women, according to experts who spoke at the conference Half a Billion Locked In: Perspectives on Safe Cities and Women ...
 Observer India2 weeks ago How urban planning can provide better safety to women  Hindustan Times1 month ago

An Open Letter To Political Parties To Take Up The Issue Of Repeal Of AFSPA To, Representatives of all political parties of India The World's largest democracy has plunged into the election season as the 16thLokh Sabha elections are approaching. The environment is tense. While you all are busy ...
 Counter Currents3 weeks ago Open letter to all political parties to take up the issue of Repeal of AFSPA  E Pao3 weeks ago
The Hindu

Wheels of freedom

The car parking area of Delhi's Khan Market was throbbing with energy and infectious laughter. As curious onlookers peered out of cars and half-opened stores, a group of women bicyclists broke into banter about the routes to a bicycle ride that at ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago…

Four out of ten women in India still have no say in their marriage, eight out of ten need permission to visit a doctor, six out of ten practise some form of head covering, and the average Indian household gives over Rs. 30,000 in dowry. These are ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago Many women have no say in marriage  The Hindu1 month ago

Workshop held in Allahabad University

ALLAHABAD: A two-day workshop on 'Surviving in the City' was organized by the centre for women's studies (CWS) of Allahabad University. The participants gave various suggestions to make the city safer for women including efficient and secure ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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