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On Mother's Day, meet these digital moms who make it click

These mompreneurs, adept at technology and social media, have leveraged the virtual world to emerge as social media influencers.

published on : 12th May 2019

15 women ensure glitch-free operation of Vanchinad Express

The mechanical repair has traditionally been a male-dominant field. From trains to motorbikes, the mechanical side is entirely handled by male mechanics.

published on : 12th May 2019

Delhi polls: 16 women trying their luck, some just to prove a point

The city did not elect any female candidate six times and thrice has elected more than one woman candidates.

published on : 11th May 2019

Claire Polosak to be the first female umpire in men's ODI

Claire was also the first woman to officiate in the finals of an ICC T20 Women's World Cup, standing in the most recent edition in the West Indies.

published on : 27th April 2019

Sri Lanka police wrongly ID American Muslim over attacks

On Thursday, police issued a flyer with the names and photos of six people -- three men and three women -- wanted in connection with attacks that killed over 250 people.

published on : 26th April 2019

Couple booked for mysterious death of baby at Govt. Hospital Tiruvannamalai, female infanticide suspected

Parents cremating body have made it difficult for police to collect evidence

published on : 25th April 2019

Cops quiz Tamil Nadu couple in 'female infanticide case'

R Vimala gave birth to a baby girl on April 17 but later she and her husband had quietly slipped out of the hospital without informing the doctors attending to her.

published on : 24th April 2019

Female medical students more intimidated than male students, finds study

The study was published in the 'Postgraduate Medical Journal'.

published on : 22nd April 2019

Rise in number of women voters in Tamil Nadu reflects progress made in ending female infanticide

There are 3,02,69,045 women voters against 2,95,94,923 men in Tamil Nadu.

published on : 14th April 2019

Racing against gender norms in Chennai

Twenty-two-year-old Jennifer Christa Paul is gearing up to be the first female race engineer in the country.

published on : 10th April 2019

A life dedicated to singing qawwalis

when Shahnaz Khanum sits outside the Hussain Shah Ali Dargah in Shaikpet with her harmonium, she is bound to touch a chord with her soulful singing

published on : 2nd April 2019

Women bring thullal to the forefront in Thiruvananthapuram

Drishya Gopinath from Punalur feels that ottan thullal is considered difficult to perform as it requires an equal amount of physical strength along with singing skills.

published on : 30th March 2019

Former MLA moves Karnataka HC, seeks to end female foeticide

Dr Sarvabhouma S Bagali said that unless all permissions issued to obstetricians to use ultrasound machines are withdrawn and new permissions are not handed to them, female foeticide will continue.

published on : 29th March 2019

Weighed down and barred by none in Madurai

39-year-old Kanchana P proves that age and gender can never stand as a barrier in one’s journey towards their goal.

published on : 25th March 2019

Caster Semenya row: UN Human Rights Council calls IAAF's new gender rules 'humiliating, harmful'

In a rare intrusion in the world of sport, the United Nations' top rights body has passed a resolution stating that the IAAF may be in breach of international human rights norms and standards.

published on : 23rd March 2019
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