WOMEN

Bishop apologises for touching Ariana Grande at funeral

WEB DESK A bishop has apologized for touching singer Ariana Grande’s breast on stage during Aretha Franklin’s funeral. The bishop led the legendary soul singer’s funeral at a church in the US city of Detroit on Friday. Grande was performing some of Franklin’s songs during the ceremony. Footage shows the bishop putting his arm around … Continue reading Bishop apologises for touching Ariana Grande at funeral

UAE at forefront of Empowering Women Worldwide

By Our Correspondent United Arab Emirates UAE today celebrated the Emirati Women’s Day. On this day (August 28) UAE remember the achievements of Emirati women and their role in the development of the UAE. This year’s Women’s day coincides with the 100th anniversary of founder of the UAE, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan. Women … Continue reading UAE at forefront of Empowering Women Worldwide

Attack on women and silence of feminist group!

By Syed Ali Mujtaba India’s new social justice system through lynch mob that’s making hay while sun shines, has resonance in Bihar as well. This time their target was a helpless woman who was stripped and paraded naked on the streets of Arrah town. The most conspicuous part of this justice system was the mood … Continue reading Attack on women and silence of feminist group!

NCW seeks report on incident of stripping of woman in Bihar..

16 persons, including a local RJD activist, arrested and eight policemen suspended  AMN National Commission for Women, NCW today sought action taken report from Bihar Police over an incident where a woman was allegedly thrashed by a mob in the state. The Commission has written to state Director Gneral of Police for investigation and also … Continue reading NCW seeks report on incident of stripping of woman in Bihar..

Oxfam condemns sexual abuse of minors in shelter homes, demands justice

AMN / NEW DELHI Oxfam India has condemns the brutal and repeated sexual abuse of minors in shelter homes in various state of India. Indian Government must provide immediate medical assistance, counseling and ensure safety of minor girls rescued from these homes. In a statement it said women, children and elderly who seek shelter at … Continue reading Oxfam condemns sexual abuse of minors in shelter homes, demands justice

Govt slashes minimum annual deposit requirement under SSY

AMN / NEW DELHI Government has reduced the minimum annual deposit requirement for accounts under Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana to Rs. 250 from Rs. 1,000 earlier. The move will enable more people to take advantage of the girl child savings scheme. The government has amended the Sukanya Samriddhi Account Rules, 2016 for the purpose. The minimum … Continue reading Govt slashes minimum annual deposit requirement under SSY

Govt buys 5000 Rape kits for speedy probe

Our Correspondent / New Delhi The Union Home Ministry has purchased 5,000 rape investigation kits which would be given to police stations across the country for the speedy probe in sexual harassment cases. A rape kit—also known as a sexual assault kit (SAK), a sexual assault forensic evidence (SAFE) kit is a package of items … Continue reading Govt buys 5000 Rape kits for speedy probe

Is India most dangerous country for women?

WEB DESK It looks unbelievable, but if we go by a an international survey India has become the world’s most dangerous country for women followed by war-torn Afghanistan and Syria. It is due to women at the high risk of sexual violence there. This is revealed in Thomson Reuters Foundation survey of about 550 experts … Continue reading Is India most dangerous country for women?

Minister launches India’s first oxo-biodegradable sanitary napkin

AMN / Bangalore Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilisers Ananth Kumar today launched India’s first oxo-biodegradable sanitary napkin in Bengaluru on World Environment Day. Priced at just rupees 10 for a pack of four sanitary pads, these will be available in all the 3,600 Jan Aushadhi kendras across the country by the 10th of next … Continue reading Minister launches India’s first oxo-biodegradable sanitary napkin

Denmark bans Islamic full-face veil in public spaces

Denmark has banned Islamic full-face veil in public spaces. The Danish parliament today passed a law in this regard, becoming the latest European country to do so. As per the law, anyone who wears a cloth that hides the face in public will be punished with a fine. The law was passed with 75 votes … Continue reading Denmark bans Islamic full-face veil in public spaces

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