When a woman in India chooses not to take her husband's surname

From facing social pressures to financial setbacks, women recount the tribulations that followed because they kept their maiden names. View article...

92 per cent of Moroccan women tangled in housework compared to 24 per cent of men, claims report

Women spend three hours and 51 minutes on housekeeping, while males spend five minutes on cooking, cleaning, and laundry. In data distribution, HCP's ... View article...

Iran set to freeze bank accounts of women who refuse to wear a hijab

A member of the Iranian parliament has told local media the government plans to impose new punishments on women who do not wear a hijab in public, ... View article...

Melinda Gates interview: 'If you invest in women, it's been shown time and ...

In fact, you have tried to shift the discourse from women's empowerment to something you call “full power”, the real lived power of women . What is ... View article from The Indian Express

Women, unemployed, rural poor lag due to digital divide, says Oxfam India Report

As per the Mobile Gender Gap report by GSMA, women are less likely to use mobile Internet by 33 per cent when compared to men in 20. "Digital ... View article...

Giving tickets to women is against Islam, says Shabbir Ahmed Siddiqui

On the eve of the second phase of the assembly election in Gujarat, the mufti likened Muslim women being allowed to contest elections to rebellion ... View article from The Times of India

Conference on women's leadership in health and science to be held on 6 Dec

The conferencewill also seek to identify attainable pathways and goals to strengthen the representation of women in leadership positions in India ... View article from Mint

Violence – where is the hope for women?

International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women was marked on November 25. It is befitting to reflect on the news headlines of ... View article from The Times of India