Rajiv Killer: Nalini in a story of love, affection and bonds of three generations

This blog is about Rajiv Gandhi’s assassin. You will find love, affection and connect of three generations whose main link is Nalini. 

Afghanistan: Return of Taliban to effect mostly to women, children

The US-Taliban talks have bogged down because the latter is not willing to negotiate with the Ashraf Ghani government in Kabul. Washington is keen to leave Afghanistan and save the $45 billion it spends there annually but is troubled over what the Taliban will do to Afghanistan after it leaves.

Actress Malaika Arora to marry her love-bird nine years younger to her

This micro blog is about Bollywood actress Malaika Arora,43, a divorcee, who will marry soon Arjun Kapoor, 34, a-9-year younger to her.

Piercing jewellry: a new fade among younger generation

This micro blog on piercing makes an  interesting study. Now a days, piercing naval, ears at many points and nostrils at more than two points, has become a fashion.

Priyanka a new political icon of Gandhi family born

Rahul Gandhi has just won his first three elections, having fought and lost more than 30, so he is finally being seen as a leader. And not just a bumbling heir. Is this the time for his sister to come in as number two on the board of the family firm?

Indian origion woman jailed for five years in US for health care fraud

An Indian-origin woman has been sentenced to over five years in prison for health care fraud and making false statements related to a health care benefits programme.

Police arrest five activists, including poet Varavara Rao in raids in five states

The Pune Police on Tuesday raided the premises of rights activists in Maharashtra, Telangana, Delhi, Haryana and Goa and arrested activists Vernon Gonsalves in Mumbai, Arun Ferreira from Thane, Gautam Navlakha in Delhi, Sudha Bharadwaj in Haryana, and poet Varavara Rao in Hyderabad for suspected Maoist links.

Woman TV journalist killed her residence in Bangaldesh: Media reports

A woman journalist of a television channel in Bangladesh was hacked to death with a sharp-edged weapon by some unidentified assailants at her home, media reports said on Wednesday.

India's Women Kabaddi team settles for Silver in Asian Games

Indian women's kabaddi team settled for silver at the Asian Games 2018 after a 24-27 loss to Iran in the final in Jakarta. Their silver medal came after the men's kabaddi team settled for a bronze for the first time since kabaddi was included in the multi-sport event.

Brutal rape shocker from Madhya Pradesh, a 3-year old victim

In another shocking and brutal incident, a 3-year old girl was abducted, raped, and then strangled to death in Buhranpur. Her body was found infested with maggots and a missing left hand.

Gender Neutral Parenting: Not letting our stereotypes define our children

Once, my daughter’s school sent a circular, saying that all the mothers were supposed to send in a write up for a contest being held for the Mother’s Day.

Post surgery she gets her female gender identity voter card

It will be a defining moment in the life of Manvi Vaishnav, 31, who will exercise her franchise on December 14 using her new Election Photo Identity Card (EPIC).

Sexual harassment is as old as hills, but Weinstein case has exploded the issue

#MeToo hashtag came into being as long as a decade ago to build social solidarity among survivors of sexual assault in Canada who may not otherwise have been able to properly access institutional support systems.

To raise number of women employment, policies must change behaviour before they change beliefs

Girl students rapidly catching up with boys in India made headlines recently. They already outnumber boys in post-graduation studies and will soon exceed them at graduation levels too.

Gurmehar Kaur figures among Times ten names of Next Generation leaders of the world

Delhi University Lady Shri Ram college student Gurmehar Kaur has been listed as one of Time magazine 10 next generation leaders for the year 2017. The 20-year old has been hailed as a “free-speech warrior”.

Nobel laureate Malala attends her first lecture at Oxford University on Monday Jammu girl wins ‘Mrs Universe Humanity’ pageant held in South Africa Saudi Arabi to allow car driving to women from next summer India’s first Kurta Clad woman wrestler Kavita to fight at WWE Minor went for abortion but gives birth Big relief for aggrieved women contesting triple talaq cases pending in various courts, SC judgment renders invalid 64-yr old gives birth to baby boy 38-year-old Bulgarian delivers baby mid-air over Atlantic Ocean No arrest without ascertaining veracity of charges in dowry cases, says SC Comedian Lilly Singh appointed UNICEF's Global Goodwill Ambassador Drunken bridegroom returns without bride Taxing sanitary napkins is to tax women Women has extra sense to really read your mind by just looking at in your eyes Ten-year-old pregnant by stepfather to abort child under courtorders Woman barges with gun, stops ‘husband’ from marrying Woman jailer suspended for exposing tribal women torture Woman divorces by uttering 'talaq' three times Women now at the helm of four major High Courts MP first state to moot death penalty for rapists Maharashtra dance bar girls move Supreme Court challenging the constitutional Validity of ban on dancing Marriage offer cannot be used as inducement in every rape case: High Court Infantilization of women manifests itself in Punjab’s left too: Nikita Azad Excessive abdominal fat increases risk of breast cancer in Indian women Incest cases on the rise in India crime report states