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'Humiliating treatment' may amount to <strong>sexual</strong> harassment: Government

'Humiliating treatment' may amount to sexual harassment: Government

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Humiliating treatment which is likely to affect women government employees' health or safety may amount to sexual harassment, the government said on Wednesday.

crime against women in India,   crime against women,   Jitendra Singh,   Public Grievances,   sexual harassment,   Central Civil Services ,  
Germany to bring in 30 percent women's quota for leading companies

Germany to bring in 30 percent women's quota for leading companies

27 Nov 2014

Berlin: In a historic move, Germany has decided to introduce a 30 percent quota for women on the supervisory boards of all large companies from 2016. Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday welcomed the decision by her Christian Democratic Union (CDU), its Bavarian ally Christian Social Union (CSU) and the centre-left Social Democratic Party (SPD) to implement a key provision of their coalition treaty signed a year ago.

Germany,   women quota,   working women quota,   Germany leading companies,   CDU,   CSU,  
<strong>Women</strong> can't be secured by curbing their freedom, says CJI

Women can't be secured by curbing their freedom, says CJI

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Chief Justice of India HL Dattu on Wednesday said security of women, in the wake of spate of cases of sexual assaults, could not be secured by curbing their freedom as is being advocated in some quarters.

Women,   freedom,   CJI,   women security,   National Law day,   Supreme Court,   laws,  
AAP promises two lakh toilets for <strong>women</strong> in Delhi

AAP promises two lakh toilets for women in Delhi

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Two lakh public toilets for women, new courts to fast-track rape cases and Wi-Fi connected CCTV cameras were some of the promises made by the AAP on Wednesday in the second round of its 'Delhi Dialogue' programme which was focused on women.

AAP,   women in Delhi,   public toilets for women,   Wi-Fi connection,   CCTV cameras,   Talkatora Garden,   Aam Aadmi Party,   Arvind Kejriwal,  
Debate on <strong>sexual</strong> orientation should be mainstream: Hansal Mehta

Debate on sexual orientation should be mainstream: Hansal Mehta

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: After 'Shahid' and 'CityLights', Hansal Mehta is producing and directing a movie inspired by the true story of a gay professor as he feels the debate on sexual orientation should be a part of mainstream.

Hansal Mehta,   Shahid,   CityLights,   Manoj Bajpayee,   Rajkummar Rao,   Bollywood films,   mainstream cinema,  
Half a million cancers a year fuelled by obesity

Half a million cancers a year fuelled by obesity

27 Nov 2014

Washington: Obesity is to blame for nearly half a million cases of cancer a year, with overweight women at a far greater risk than men, according to a study by WHO's cancer research agency.

cancers,   obesity,   overweight women,   risk of Cancer,   WHO,   cancer research,   obesity-related cancers,  
Yogurt can keep diabetes away: Study

Yogurt can keep diabetes away: Study

25 Nov 2014

Washington: A daily tablespoon of yogurt can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes by nearly a fifth, according to a new Harvard study.

Yoghurt,   type 2 diabetes,   diabetes,   insulin,   lifestyle habits,   health professional,  
Did not say there is no respect for <strong>women</strong> in India: Sania

Did not say there is no respect for women in India: Sania

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: India's tennis star Sania Mirza took to Twitter on Wednesday to deny that she said there is no respect for women in India.

tennis star,   Sania Mirza,   Twitter,   United Nations Goodwill Ambassador for the South Asian region,   International Day To End Violence Against Women,   Tennis,   United Nations,   ,  
Pinkathon important platform encouraging <strong>women</strong>: Bipasha

Pinkathon important platform encouraging women: Bipasha

26 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Actress Bipasha Basu on Tuesday expressed support for Pinkathon, a run for breast cancer awareness, terming it an important platform that encourages women.

Pinkathon,   Bipasha Basu,   breast cancer awareness,   Milind Soman,   Lisa Haydon,   Karisma Kapoor,   Gul Panag,  
Wearing helmet optional for Sikh <strong>women</strong>: Delhi High Court

Wearing helmet optional for Sikh women: Delhi High Court

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi government on Wednesday informed the High Court here that it has made wearing of helmet optional for Sikh women while driving a two-wheeler or riding pillion.

Wearing helmet,   Sikh women,   Delhi High Court,   G. Rohini,   R.S. Endlaw,   Zubeda Begum,   Motor Vehicle Act,   Sikh men,   Delhi Motor Vehicle Rules,   ,  

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