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गुरुवार, 6 अगस्त 2020

The COVID-19 Economic Crash Could Set Indian Women Back Decades

The COVID-19 Economic Crash Could Set Indian Women Back Decades. They've been disproportionately affected by job losses, and now new jobs ...


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The COVID-19 Economic Crash Could Set Indian Women Back Decades

In particular, women often don't have the same access to health care and education as their male counterparts. Even before the pandemic, less than a ...


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Covid-19 virus more virulent to males compared to female

Also, 50 per cent of the total Covid-19 deaths reported in India so far are among people aged above 60, said Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan ...


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When a Contagion Comes, Women Bear a Heavy Burden

Women were also more likely to lose their jobs and remain out of work as ... In India, where 90 percent of nurses are women, some hospitals require ...


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Left-leaning women''s body urges PM to refrain from attending bhoomi pujan at Ayodhya

The National Federation of Indian Women (NFIW) said that it was ... today should be to confront the economic and health crisis, the group said.


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A Writer Who Documented Gender During The Bengal Partition ...

Her work reflects the memory of the Partition in terms of women's ... The Partition of Bengal in 1947 into West Bengal (which is a part of India) and East ...


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Me Too At The Margins: Women, Trauma And Testimonies

'Me Too' in India has given an urgent space to urban women to narrate their experiences of sexual abuse primarily in work spaces. The use of social ...


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Leading Indian-origin doctor appointed New York City's new health commissioner

He trained at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School and Brigham & Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School. During his training, Chokshi did ...


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