Zeenat Aman graces the ramp after a decade

Zeenat Aman, a seasoned actress, finally walks the runway at Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai. She recently made her Instagram debut, and since then, her pictures have gone viral with admirers dubbing her “the OG goddess.” Only OGs can grace the runway as beautifully as she does at 71. The actor confidently went back to her origins, and the audience … Read more

Women and health: How balancing has been an effort to significantly acknowledge

Women have been perceived as strong and empowered in general. Yet that certainly fails to glorify the fight put forward by a woman more, mentally. Read on to the article to know more. Highlights Women’s Health Come March 8 every year and celebrations glorifying women’s movements, women’s empowerment gain momentum. This necessitates a very significant although much talked about issue, … Read more

Women empowerment in today’s era

How realistically Tennyson has described the miserable condition of the women in the past. Earlier they were used as commodity which were purchased and sold just to make them perform certain functions. But gone are the days, now we have stepped into the modern age, the age of women empowerment where half of the population of women is empowered. Outcomes are in the form of Pratibha Patil, Indra Nooyi, Kalpana Chawala, Aishwarya Rai, Katrina Kaif, Priyanka Chopra and the list goes on.

The first woman to hold a command position in the IAF is Shaliza Dhami

The leadership of a surface-to-air missile squadron in Punjab will be taken over by Group Captain Dhami (equal to Army Colonel) on March 27, shattering yet another glass ceiling in the mainly male-dominated environment of the armed services. Group Capt.  Dhami, an IAF-commissioned helicopter pilot with overall 2,800 hours of flight time, is a certified flying instructor on the Cheetah … Read more

For the first time in 25 years, women are allowed to serve in the Colombian military.

This year, Colombia opened the doors to its compulsory military duty for women, ending a 25-year ban. In February of 2023, 1,296 women joined Colombia’s armed forces. In light of International Women’s Day, where the purpose is to uphold women’s achievements, the world once again celebrates women’s wins as Colombia finally opens military service for women for the first time … Read more

Benjamin Mendy has been acquitted of charges

Manchester City full-back Benjamin Mendy has been acquitted of charges of raping four women and sexually assaulting another. The world champion learned the verdict at Chester Crown Court on Friday after five months of court proceedings, and returned to his seat upon hearing the news, according to The Guardian. Mendy is “unanimously acquitted of six counts of rape and one … Read more

Passive Euthanasia

Landmark case Aruna Shanbhag vs Union of India (Passive Euthanasia) The constitution of India guarantees the ‘ Right to life ’ to all its citizens. But questions whether the ‘ Right to Die ’ can also be read into this provision. The solicitation was filed by Ms Pinki Virani, under composition 32 of the Indian constitution to allow for the … Read more

Cracking the Glass Ceiling: Why do women occupy fewer leadership roles today?

Suffrage may have been achieved a century ago, and the right to work about 60 years ago, but that has not placed a damper on the age-old stereotype casting women into the realms of domesticity for life. Formidable feminist ancestors such Betty Friedan, Simone de Beauvoir, Savitribai Phule, Sarojini Naidu, and many other powerful women fought for their successors rights to equal opportunity and equality. India may have a law against monetary discrimination on the basis of gender, but that hasn’t stopped evidence of discrimination from being blatantly obvious.

Women Safety : We discuss about it but never executed

This is one of the most important matter we discuss in many platforms like Television ,News, and various social media platforms about Women Safety , Women Empowerment , Women rights ,Women Discrimination , Violence against women  Beti Bachao Beti Padhao , Feminism etc .But the question is Are we really trying hard to improve the conditions of women or we … Read more

Iran poisons thousands of girls in order to keep them from going to school

Since late November there have been many cases coming from Iran of respiratory poisoning among girls to stop them from going to school in Qom, some needed hospital treatment. https://www.republicworld.com/world-news/middle-east/girl-students-in-iran-poisoned-to-stop-them-from-going-to-school-says-report-articleshow.html An Iranian official on Sunday made a startling admission when he said that certain individuals in the country’s holiest city of Qom were turning to poison schoolgirls in an effort … Read more

Lack of Women’s participation in STEM

It’s shocking to see that STEM suffers from a lack of women’s participation. Their share of participation in STEM jobs in India is a mere 14%. Science, technology, engineering and medicine are collectively known as STEM. It was introduced in 2001 by scientific administrators at the US National Science Foundation. Earlier it was termed as SMET which focuses on education … Read more

Monetary Strengthening of Ladies assist India with rising

A post-spending plan online class on the point “Financial Strengthening of Ladies” occurred on March 10, 2023. The Top state leader of India, Mr. Narendra Modi, tended to the online course and guaranteed, “On the off chance that India wishes to thrive, the nation needs to lift the degree of regard displayed towards ladies,” and mentioned the participants to make … Read more

The Beauty for you and the Beauty around you

What is the first image that springs to mind when you hear the term *beauty* ? Being thin or having a flawless complexion? Being tall? And fair? Having perfect teeth or a beautiful smile? The previously mentioned are the standards of beauty for many people around there. But is that what being beauty really means? 

Acid attack on a woman in Delhi

Unidentified individuals threw acid on a 36-year-old lady in Delhi’s Bharat Nagar neighbourhood. The woman was standing with her son when the incident happened, resulting in acid splashes on the child, according to Delhi Police. According to the news agency ANI, the police believe the assault was motivated by personal animosity. According to other reports, both the mother and the child … Read more


International Women’s Day is not just a celebration, it is a call to action to recognize the critical importance of gender equality and empower women to realise their full potential, making it an indispensable occasion in our continued efforts towards a fairer and more just society. As we celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th, 2023, it is an opportunity … Read more

Women-led Uprisings in the last 5 Centuries

On this International Women’s Day, let’s celebrate women’s achievements by remembering those women who led the path of revolution and marked their names in history and changed today’s world. 17th and 18th century In both centuries, women were prominently seen in the food riots. The exact proportion of women’s participation in 18th-century food riots is not known, but it appears … Read more