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Kamathipura’s cashiers

“You really think I would be here if my husband was with me?” asks Papiya when asked about her family. Her tiny home, one unventilated room in a dingy building, has been neatly partitioned, fitting i... The Hindu, 2 weeks ago

State and markets push sex workers out of Kamathipura: study

Residents want them out and builders are eyeing land, finds TISS duo.
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Co-founder of Kamathipura school nominated for $ 1m prize

If I win and theres a freaking one in a million chance that I will I would like to start a school in Kamathipura, says Robin Chaurasiya, plonked on the floor with two kittens playing on her lap at the intriguingly decorated office cum shelter of Kranti School ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Mid Day

The bob comes to Kamathipura

Prev By Benita Fernando | Posted 06-Dec-2015 Ex-commercial sex workers training under celebrity hairstylist to steer financial independence Vandana*, a trainee at celebrity hairstylist Sapna Moti Bhavnani's Pali Hill salon, wraps up her ...
 Mid Day2 months ago

RPF code for safe travel

City's women can take charge of their own safety on the tracks with these guidelines. Amid a slew of attacks on women travelling in locals, Western Railway's Railway Protection Force (RPF) is holding seminars across the city's schools and colleges ...
 Mumbai Mirror22 minutes ago

Financial Help for Sex Workers in India

Prostitution, the taboo word, actually finds its roots in the archaeological findings of the Indus Valley Civilisation. Today, India is home to the largest red-light area of Asia. The one and the foremost reason for women turning towards ...
 MapsofIndia1 day ago

Melting pot: Mumbai's Chinese temple glows red for year of themonkey

RED, here, is the colour of prosperity, happiness. The walls, cupboards, the altar, even the doors and chairs are all covered in red. And the glow will turn more intense when Mumbai's only Chinese temple opens its doors in the wee hours of Monday to ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago

13 Lesser Known Museums Around India That Are Anything But Boring

We almost never look forward to a trip to a museum because we just assume it's going to be boring. We think that museums are places where nerds go to do things that non-nerds will never understand. But weve really got it all wrong. While some ...
 Indiatimes2 days ago

A cause that unites everyone: 7,000 take part in annual gay Pride March

Mumbai: The amiable Sindhi lady, waiting at Kemps Corner signal, carefully propped up her shopping bags against her leg, and trained her phone's camera on the profusion of colour that had suddenly poured down the road. "It is for gay rights, no?" ...
 Times of India3 days ago
Hindustan Times

Stage set for horror, dark comedy, inspiring true stories and monologues

Horror and dark comedy, inspiring true stories, and monologues on modern Indian culture are set to take the stage at this year's Hindustan Times Kala Ghoda Arts Festival (KGAF). In all, 45 plays will be staged in four languages — English, ...
 Hindustan Times5 days ago
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