under women

Men with short index fingers and long ring fingers are found to be nicer towards women


25 Feb 2015

Talking about women's writing and talking about sex may soon be passé, two of today’s sessions suggest


23 Jan 2015 | BY Rajni George

How some individuals and organisations are creating conversations around a subject which was hitherto a taboo


10 Dec 2014 | BY Shreya Sethuraman

A ‘Right To Pee’ campaign in Mumbai is trying to address the dearth of public toilets for women


30 Oct 2014 | BY Lhendup G Bhutia

There is a power shift in the portrayal of couples in brand marketing


29 Oct 2014 | BY Sunaina Kumar

Men and women view art differently. So says a new study


21 Oct 2014

Indian women may have made their mark in several fields of excellence. Newer horizons are still waiting for them. Are they up to it?


14 Aug 2014 | BY Vivek Wadhwa and Shwanika Narayan

For blaming mobile phones and non-vegetarian food for the rise of sexual attacks on women


17 Jul 2014

Sudesh Choudhary has broken a tradition spanning more than six centuries. Do men still set the limits of her power?


5 Jun 2014 | BY Sunaina Kumar

Earlier today, media reports broke out that wholesale traders of low cost saris in Gujarat are thriving in business because of the Lok Sabha elections. According to Industry experts around Rs 150 crore worth of orders have been sold so far in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Odish, Kolkata, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, Uttrakhand, Andhra Pradesh and Chattisgarh in the last month alone to political parties that are in the thick of campaigning. The overtly cheap Rs 150 per piece garment is being used to woo women voters in the area.


1 Apr 2014 | BY Gunjeet Sra
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