DOES SHE HAVE RIGHT OVER HERSELFOn March 10, 2023 by Prashansa Agarwal
The great majority of Indian women have always been involved in endless struggles ranging from fulfilling basic necessities to political rights, from the right to life to freedom to live according to their wishes. She has gained an inch on one issue while losing a foot on the other.
The Blood Red Taboo: MenstruationOn March 10, 2023 by Ann V Varghese
The modern world is a hypocrite in many ways. The tall claims of a progressive scientific society crumble at the sight of a small red smear on the clothes of a woman, or rather even at the insinuation of it. Despite being an inevitable part of a woman’s reproductive life, menstruation is a topic often
GENDER EQUALITY; WHY IS IT AND WHY DO WE NEED IT?On March 10, 2023 by Shaik Nazma
A society will pave the way to development only when each person has access to the same opportunities and rights. Every member of society longs for equality of status, opportunities, and of rights. But it is a universal observation that there is a lot of prejudice against people.
Revisiting Women’s RightOn March 10, 2023 by Hiba Hyder
Women’s right over their body has been a topic of discussion from time immemorial. In this century the discussions around abortion spiked up interest in this topic again. What is abortion and under what circumstances has it made its way back to mainstream media and public discussions?
Education and Women Empowerment in IndiaOn March 10, 2023 by Saumya Sundan
“If you educate a man, you educate an individual, however, if you educate a woman, you educate a whole family. Women empowered means mother India empowered”[i]
Women’s right to live without fear of violence and discrimination.On March 10, 2023 by Tashveen Kaur
Are women safe in our country? This question has been in news for a very long time. Legally and in theory, they are given certain privileges and rights which make them feel that they are safe but in reality, they are not.
Stalking: The Understudied Violence Against Women.On March 10, 2023 by Sanchari Banerjee
Since time immemorial, women have experienced an extreme level of violence. Men are aggressive, frustrated, and even inferiorly complex against them because they are seen as soft targets, which leads to serious violence against them.
WOMEN’S RIGHTS ARE NON-NEGOTIABLE.On March 10, 2023 by Lahari Rajaputra
We celebrate the 8th of March as International women’s day, which has taken a lot of effort to make women independent.
Princess Noor’s Courageous Legacy of Light: Empowering Women in the Non-Negotiable Battle for Rights Through Education.On March 10, 2023 by Mohammad Anas Dhorajiwala
As Princess Noor Inayat Khan bravely faced her captors, her heart ached with the pain of being stripped of her freedom. Her voice shook as she shouted “Liberte,” a cry for the very thing that had been ripped away from her. All she had ever wanted was to pursue her passion for music, but instead,