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Traditional Matchmaking Holds a Lot of Prejudiced, Preconceived Notions: Physician Rupam Kaur

By Siddhi Jain For Rupam Kaur, an Indian-American physician, the pursuit of finding love a second time took more than the traditional formula of meeting...

Pre-Existing Inequalities Should be Effectively Addressed to Build a Better World: UN Human Rights Chief

The Covid-19 and the resulting multifaceted crisis have unmasked the strong link between race, ethnicity, socio-economic status and health outcomes, and the pre-existing inequalities...

Actress Kajol’s Message On Women’s Equality Day

Actress Kajol reiterated that people should treat boys and girl equally in every way, on the occasion of Women's Equality Day on Wednesday. "Lets take...

Gender Equality Day: ‘Voice Of Art’

Art since time immemorial has been a powerful medium of expression and communication to inspire change and empower a voice. To commemorate Gender Equality...

Helpless, Desperate Pakistani Hindus Convert to Islam to Overcome Troubles

(Editorial Note- The views expressed in this article have been shared from an article published at The New York Times) The lips of Hindus stumbled...

Here’s How the Youth is Helping Politics Grow in India

By Kanan Parmar A great historian and socialist thinker Howard Zinn once said,  “Protest beyond the law is not a departure from democracy; it is absolutely essential...

No More Segregation on the Basis of Gender in Restaurants in Saudi Arabia

Women in Saudi Arabia will no longer need to use separate entrances from men or sit behind partitions at restaurants in the latest measure...

Indian Women Believe Struggle for Equality Should Not Be Staged in Temples

“From my childhood I believe that those rituals should be saved and I don’t think those beliefs should be legalized,” said Radhika Nair, an...

Opinion: It’s High Time That We Stop Objectifying Women

From flatcars to Xerox machines, bikes to baby food, sex is the common marketing tool with the covert sexual invitation- purchase me! Sex today has...

‘Concept of equality’ pervades world’s biggest community kitchen

If there is one big leveller for people, irrespective of their religion, caste, gender, social status or riches, it is the "langar", or community...

‘It is time to see the world through a Feminist Gaze’, says Shabana Azmi

Mumbai, October 17, 2017: Veteran actress Shabana Azmi on Monday said it is the time people started seeing the world through a "feminine gaze". The pro-equality...

India and Canada to Jointly Issue Two Sets of Diwali Themed Postal Stamps

India and Canada have a long-standing close relationship based on shared values of democracy The presence of a large Indian Diaspora in Canada provide a strong foundation for...

What it takes to be a Wonder Woman of Bodybuilding and Weightlifting

Many of the competitive bodybuilders and weightlifters in the US are women At a competition called OCB Presidential Cup, three-quarters of the total...

Can Men and Women Dress Alike? Here is Why Gender Neutral Clothing is Essential!

July 6, 2017: Only a few of us notice that even in this new era of feminism, we experience gender bias in clothing. When we...

Shillong celebrates Valentines Day by discussing about Equality and Respect

Shillong, February 14, 2017: It was a Valentine’s Day with a difference in Meghalaya, thanks to Thma U Rangli Juki (TUR) group for launching...

Supreme Court says no to Culling of Stray Dogs across India

New Delhi, Jan 19, 2017:  Inequality is an issue that has grappled India, be it human beings or animals the unequal treatment is highly...

#TryBeatingMeLightly: Pakistani women backlash against CII bill proposal

Fahhad Rajper, a Pakistani photographer launched an empowering photo series named #TryBeatingMeLightly In a recent bill proposal, Pakistan’s Council of Islamic Ideology advised...

Canadian Sikh group organises langar to promote equality

Toronto: A Sikh group in Calgary has organised a week-long langar (community kitchen) to promote equality, fight hunger and to create cross-cultural dialogue, the...

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Online Exhibition Of Photographs To Commemorate International Day Of Person With Disabilities

An online exhibition of photographs by Gurugram-based writer, filmmaker, and self-taught photographer Vijay S. Jodha, titled 'Born to Perform' featuring portraits of some of...

Bollywood Actors Who Could Not Continue The Limelight

Failure, competition, and the pressure of staying relevant perennially loom on actors in Bollywood. Some can cope with it and some cannot. Those who...

Power Demand Can Be Enhanced Through Energy-Efficient Appliances

Power demand can be enhanced through energy-efficient appliances, according to a report by Smart Power India (SPI), a subsidiary of The Rockefeller Foundation. The survey...

Birth Control Pills May Decrease Risk of Severe Asthma

Taking birth control pills may cut the risk of severe bouts of asthma in women of reproductive age with a respiratory condition, say, researchers. The...