Dr. Neha Shoree, an official of the State Government of Punjab's Food and Drug Administration wing, was shot dead on 29th March, in broad daylight, in her office.
#WomenMarch4Change took place across the nation as women from all sections of the society marched together to raise their voice against the increasing hate and intolerance in India.
In accordance with the new guidelines, SC came out with a list of newly appointed women Senior Advocates on 29th March. Read on to know more about them.
The National Women's Party is all set to challenge the male-dominated arena of politics.
Since 2018, Aurat March in Pakistan has been taking place on the 8th of March on the occasion of International Women’s Day to celebrate womanhood and raise a voice on issues faced by women and other marginalised gender communities in the country.
The unanimous message sent through New Zealand women's solidarity, including their Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern by donning headscarves, while remembering victims of the Christchurch terrorist attack, is a resounding act of expressing inclusivity in diversity.
The Kochi Biennale Exhibition is a celebration of art and is the biggest platform in South Asia for artists. This year the event has come into infamy, as it is shrouded in accusations of non-payment to workers and for exploiting them into providing free labour.
The Insensitivity Around The Pollachi Sexual Assault Case: Callousness, Politicisation, And Alleged Collusion
The Pollachi sexual assault racket is a testament to our failure as a society to keep its women safe of sexual violence, and it further bears testimony to how we fail victims of sexual assault at every juncture.
Women's Day Whatsapp forwards serve to remind me that womanhood is only celebrated when it is convenient. When it is sanitised, stripped of anything remotely political, swathed in pink and devoid of accountability.
On ABP News' primetime debate, BJP’s National Spokesperson, Gaurav Bhatia was called out for his sexist remarks by journalist and moderator Rubika Liyaquat.