Feminism in India and Godrej are bringing to light the stories of women in the beauty and wellness industry. #SalonSector
Anganwadi workers protest the non-implementation of a legally-binding agreement that the government concluded in July 2015 which increased workers' wages.
Justice Leila Seth, the first woman Chief Justice of a state court, fought against societal evil all her life and remains an inspiration.
'Property for Her' aims to secure equal property rights for women across South Asia. The campaign appeals to parents and brothers to support their daughters’ and sisters’ right to property and encourages women to demand their equal share in the property.
Sex work and sex workers must be included in mainstream feminist analysis, challenging as it does basic foundations of patriarchal control: sexual, financial and reproductive.
The #FOPLeave, or first day of period leave, initiated by Culture Machine, is a move to make workplaces more accommodating to women's needs.
No amount of success seems to be enough for women journalists to expect respect for their work, and not disrespect for their "attitude".
UP cop Shreshtha Thakur's firm handling of BJP goons has resulted in her transfer. As usual, a woman with authority is an unpalatable sight.
In a state infamous for crimes against women, Mukesh Devi, the only woman motorcycle mechanic, is running her repairing business with aplomb
Kochi Metro, with its many firsts has impressed people all over with its impeccable technology and wonderfully inclusive workforce.