AMN / The West Bengal Government has started a special programme for sex workers and for women saved from the clutches of traffickers. The State Chief Minister Miss Mamata Banerjee inaugurated a programme aimed towards this, called ‘Muktir Alo’, in Kolkata today. She said, that this programme has been started for the deprived and the … Continue reading Rehabilitation programme for sex workers in West Bengal
By Shahnaz Husain – Skin is one of the first organs of the body that bear the brunt of changing seasons. When humidity is high, it can pose a problem, especially for oily skins. Sweat and oil secretions increase and these are deposited on the skin. An oily and sweaty skin also attracts more dirt … Continue reading How to protect Skin during Monsoon
Amid concern over high dropout rate of girls because of menstrual hygiene issues, a women’s college of Lucknow, UP has shown the way by becoming the first institution in the state to install a sanitary napkin vending machine in its premises. Unavailability of sanitary pads, absence of separate toilets for girls and lack of water … Continue reading Women College of Lucknow installs first sanitary pad vending machine
The World Breastfeeding Week (WBW) began from today with the main objective to create awareness among the people for beneficial of breast feeding. This year The World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA), a global network which believe breastfeeding is the right of all children and mothers, celebrates the week for global action to support … Continue reading World Breast feeding Week begins
Kerala government will form a special women police battalion soon, informed state Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala. The special battalion will be helpful in combating atrocities against women and children. Mr. Chennithala was inspecting the passing out parade of women constables at Police Academy near Thrissur. The Home Minister also inaugurated a women police station at … Continue reading Kerala to form special women police battalion
Published on: 28 Apr 2015 @ 15:41 Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said the government is giving highest priority to womens’ safety and planning to set up Intelligence Units for Crime Against Women across the country. Replying to the debate on demands for grants under his ministry in the Lok Sabha, Mr Singh said the … Continue reading Highest priority to women’s safety: Rajnath Singh
Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha today said as many as 2,015 companies listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and 263 on the National Stock Exchange are yet to comply with market regulator SEBI’s directive to appoint at least one woman director on the board. Replying to a question in the Lok Sabha, Mr … Continue reading 2000 firms yet to appoint women directors: Jayant Sinha
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