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Women activists condemn Gurdaspur school teacher for alleged strip searching
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Women activists condemn Gurdaspur school teacher for alleged s...

r allegedly stripping 13 girl students. Former National Commission for Women (NCW) chairperson Mamta Sharma expressed sadness over the incident and called for strict action against the teacher. "I am sad that a female teacher has done this, she should have ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
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Manorama Online

Two years of December 16 gangrape: Anything changed or any lessons learnt?

Mamta Sharma, former chairperson of National Commission for Women, feels nothing has changed since
 INooz2 months ago Dec 16 and now Uber: Has anything changed, any lessons learnt?  Daijiworldcom2 months ago Did Nirbhaya die in vain?  Tehelka2 months ago Dec 16 to Uber: Has anything changed?  Manorama Online2 months ago
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Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao drive for Haryana: Women activists looks into the pros and cons of the drive

Awareness drive for Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao campaign, which is to be launched by PM Narender Modi on January 22 in Panipat has already started. Villages such Rer Kalan, Binjhol, Khojpura, Dharamgarh and Saundhapur been chosen to spread awareness ...
 Meri News1 month ago
International Business Times India

Delhi Gangrape 2nd Anniversary: A Look Back at How India Protested

1 of 10 Demonstrators are hit by police water cannon as they shout slogans and wave India's national flag in front of the India Gate during a protest in New Delhi on 23 December 2012. Reuters A protester lights candles during a candlelight vigil ...
 International Business Times India2 months ago

Yesterday Once More

The outrage triggered by the Nirbhaya gangrape was supposed to make India a safer place for women. Two years on, what has actually changed? By Anurag Tripathi and Shalini Rai Illustration: Dwijith CV By the time you finish reading this ...
 Tehelka2 months ago
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Delhi rape fallout: Women now wonder about a safe cab ride

New Delhi, Dec 11 The recent rape of a 25-year-old working woman in a taxi has raised questions on women's safety in cabs - considered, until now, one of the reliable modes of trravel. Now, women find themselves in a quandary as to which transport ...
 ProKerala.com2 months ago Delhi rape fallout Women now wonder about a safe cab ride  New Delhi News.Net2 months ago
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A fight against gender bias

After six decades of Bollywood bias, one woman wins the right to work as a make-up artist New Delhi: New Delhi-based Charu Khurana, 32, has won a court battle against the rules of the Cine Costume and Make-Up Artists Association (CCMAA), Mumbai, ...
 Gulf News1 month ago A fight against gender bias in India  Gulf News1 month ago

Campaign to send sanitary napkins to company boss wants us to focus on the humiliation of labour class

Red Alert- You've got a Napkin! Don't panic as this is just a drive launched by campaigners of Kiss of Love and 2009 Pink Chaddi campaign. The drive was launched after a leading newspaper reported on 29 December that 45 women of Kochi who were ...
 Meri News1 month ago
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