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Progress for Women is Slow and Unequal: UN

By Margaret Besheer Women are making gains globally in several areas, but 25 years after demanding action at a landmark conference in Beijing, the United Nations...

Twitter Unveils Special Emoji on Occasion of International Womens’ Day 2020 With #EveryWoman

To celebrate International Women's Day 2020, micro-blogging site Twitter on Friday launched a special emoji with the hashtag '#EveryWoman'. Globally, there have been 125 million...

Behind NYC’s ‘Fearless Girl’ Statue Are 2 Corporate Giants

NEW YORK,11 March, 2017: A bronze of a little girl defiantly facing Wall Street's Charging Bull didn't appear suddenly or spontaneously in the middle of...

Over 50 Women parliamentarians participate in Sneh Milan to mark International Women’s Day

New Delhi, March 9, 2017: To mark International Women's Day, over 50 women parliamentarians participated in Sneh Milan, a function organised by Lok Sabha Speaker...

Former US President Barack Obama shares ‘inspirational’ letter by Indian-American woman on International Women’s Day

Washington, March 9, 2017: Former US President Barack Obama shared a letter by an Indian-American woman on the occasion of International Women's Day, urging...

Nari Shakti Awards on the Occasion of International Women’s Day

New Delhi, March 8, 2017: While addressing at the ceremony held at Rashtrapati Bhavan to present the Nari Shakti Awards on the occasion of International...

President Pranab Mukherjee greets Indian women on eve of International Women’s Day

New Delhi, March 7, 2017: President Pranab Mukherjee today conveyed his greetings on the occasion of International Women's Day saying generations of Indian women...

March 8 is International Women’s Day: Exploring Creative Instincts give Women wings to Fly

New Delhi March 7, 2017: Three years ago, Malini Arora, 29, left a busy corporate job to satiate her itch to explore her creative...

Once all-male, now women Kuchipudi dancers outnumber men: March 8 is International Women’s Day

Amaravati, March 7, 2017: It was only in the early 1900s that women were allowed to perform Kuchipudi, the medieval classical dance form that...

Girl Power! Over 800 Women compete in car Rally ahead of International Women’s Day in Mumbai

Mumbai, March 5, 2017: Mumbai witnessed girl power at its brightest and strongest as over 800 ladies turned up to compete in an all-womens...

Hundreds of Women took to the streets of Jakarta to rally for Equal Rights ahead of International Women’s Day

Jakarta, Mar 4, 2017: Hundreds of women took to the streets of this Indonesian capital on Saturday to rally for equal rights ahead of...

Women startups shine this International Women’s Day

By Kavita Bajeli-Datt Today is International Women's Day and start-ups are the flavour of the season. When both combine, we get women who are impressively standing tall...

International Women’s Day: Eight actionable areas for women’s empowerment

By Arpit Gupta Today i.e. March 8, marks the 108th observance of International Women's Day that celebrates the social, economic, and political achievements of all...

Women in the work sector: Not much has changed

New Delhi: According to a survey conducted recently, women tend to quit their jobs more often than men especially the ones who are working in the...

Air India to fly all-women operated flight this International Women’s Day

New Delhi (dpa) - India's state airline Air India is operating what it claims to be the world's longest flight staffed only by women...

Jeetendra feels his life not worth a biography since it lacks ‘masala’

Mumbai: According to Bollywood yesteryear superstar Jeetendra, his life is not worth being converted into a biography since it is very simple and lacks "masala". "My life...

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