Workplace bullying requires legal and organisational structures to create a safe work environment for all employees.
There are enough records of women in combat leading large battles and showing the world that they have got it in them to be a ferocious leader and fight shoulder-to-shoulder with other men and women in times of need.
With a country wherein labour participation is this high, worker’s rights and laws for ensuring justice and regulating industries become more important now than ever.
Nalini Jameela lays out a powerful narration of the patriarchal oppression faced by women through her own experience as a sex worker.
I joined Fidelity in August 2016, with high hopes and expectations. Little did I know that this was going to be a short-lived reality.
Indeed, our cup of tea from Darjeeling comes with a burden of those several workers who do not get to taste the fruit of their own labour.
Behold, the Bangalore Traffic Police has the solution to all road problems - women stay at home!
Only when we consider sons responsible enough for household responsibilities, will we be emancipated from subtle sexism involved in asking daughters to take up teaching as a profession.
Women journalists are subject to a continuous onslaught of online violence in the form of trolling, threats, and image-based sexual abuse.
Justice Leila Seth, the first woman Chief Justice of a state court, fought against societal evil all her life and remains an inspiration.