24 Oct 2014
Berhampur (Odisha): Colleges in south Odisha have been asked to ensure separate toilets for girls and boys on all floors of the building within a month.
22 Oct 2014
New Delhi: India has grounded its entire Sukhoi-30 fighter plane fleet and is undertaking a thorough technical check after both the pilot seats in one of the aircraft ejected without command during landing, leading to a crash near Pune recently.
17 Oct 2014
Washington: Facebook has unveiled a 'safety check' tool to allow users to alert friends and family about their status in emergencies, a system developed after the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami.
18 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has urged the Haryana and Karnataka governments to ensure safety of all citizens, including those from the northeast, a statement said on Friday.
20 Oct 2014
New Delhi: A local court in Delhi on Monday awarded life imprisonment to all five convicts in connection with Dhaula Kuan gang-rape case. An unfortunate incident that asserted on the urgent need for better conditions for women working in the late shift in and around the national capital.
16 Oct 2014
Kancheepuram (TN): The Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) has set December 2015 as the deadline for nuclear units in the country for putting in place additional safety measures recommended by it.
15 Oct 2014
Patna: Bihar government has sought a report from Nalanda district authorities on a controversy over a government-affiliated madrasa in the district reportedly banning admission for girls.
10 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Government Girls Senior Secondary School from Hisar won the Under-17 title of the 55th Subroto Cup football tournament, beating Assam's Kiyang Kasiya Memorial Tribal School 3-0 at the Ambedkar Stadium here in the national capital.
09 Oct 2014
New York: More and more teenage girls are falling into the depression trap and this may be the result of girls' greater exposure to stressful interpersonal events, making them more likely to ruminate.
11 Oct 2014
Bangalore: Celebrities Karisma Kapoor and Anil Kumble have lent their star power to 'Road to Safety', a nationwide campaign to make Indian roads safer. Supported by Karnataka Transport Minister Ramalinga Reddy.