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BJP will strive for welfare of all: Vijayashanti

The actor-turned-politician addressed media persons after paying tributes to Dr BR Ambedkar on the occasion of his birth anniversary celebrations

Bombay HC questions Maharashtra govt on FIR against woman for tweet

A bench of Justices SS Shinde and MS Karnik was hearing a plea filed by city resident Sunaina Holey who was booked by Mumbai and Palghar police for tweets against Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.

Need to change the way we bring up boys: Shabana Azmi

She says it is important to tackle patriarchy and the notion of masculinity first and foremost, to change things for women as well as men.

Karl Urban: ‘The Boys’ makes poignant social commentary

"According to me, the show makes very poignant social commentary, from corporate greed to the manipulation of the media to the corrupt nature of some celebrities," Urban told IANS in an interview.

Critics challenge Facebook with their own ‘real oversight board’

Formed last week by critics of the social network, the organisers slammed Facebook for a weak and inconsistent approach to threats or implications of violence.

How writing became a tool for self-discovery for these women

There has been an interesting rise in the number of young and empowered women authors who are using the power of their mind and pen to put their thoughts out in the world.

Crucial to support folk artists: Shaan

"The world is waiting for a vaccine and hopefully that happens soon. 2020 is a year for self-help where we as musicians work harder on our skills and understand the kind of music we want to create and collaborate on."

Don’t neglect Covid symptoms, says Eatala

Health Minister said all the efforts to contain Covid by the State government will not yield results unless there is cooperation from the society

Important to build culture without toxic masculinity: Asim Abbasi

"Women are treated like minority despite being 50 per cent of the population, which is mind boggling because in numbers they are almost identical."

Pandemic will enhance disparity and education: Atul Kulkarni

"f you go to a village or even in Mumbai if you go to a slum, such cultural capital is not with parents. As a result, you will see a huge inequality and disparity in education, which is going to come and bite us seven or eight years from now."

‘Rasbhari’ reflects hypocrisy of repressive society: Swara Bhasker

"The interesting part about the series is that it comes as a breath of fresh air on the digital platform which has a lot of dark content."

OTT is an unbiased and democratic platform: Manoj Bajpayee

"It is fantastic for a film like 'Bhonsle'. A small film like this would not have so many eyeballs and reach (in the theatres) as much as it will get on an OTT platform."

It’s not entirely right: ‘Natkhat’ director on blaming films for misogyny

"When I explored the causes of any kind of violence and abuse, I realised that a large part of it stems from a superiority in the belief system."

Pallavi Joshi-starrer short film explores issue of menopause

"We are also doing a campaign around the survey on women dealing with menopause in the current scenario of the pandemic."

Indian-American scientist wins ‘Inventor of the Year’ award

A Distinguished Visiting Professor with IIT Roorkee, he was inducted into the New Jersey Inventor Hall of Fame in August 2014 along with the pioneer Nicola Tesla. 

Errabelli urges people’s representatives to show generosity towards poor

Minister was speaking after handing over essentiqal commodities kits to nearly 100 pregnant women and lactating mothers at Mahabubabad

Study in the second-largest varsity in New Zealand

Auckland University of Technology has five faculties and best amenities, besides an overall five-star rating

Warangal: Voluntary organisation donates essentials to orphanage

We will continue extending our support to all those who are in need in the coming days till the situation comes to normal, says the founder President of SSS

Delhi based company launches initiative to cater needs of elders

"Volunteers are asked to approach the elders with at most care and be 6 feet away. Money can be taken by digital mode of payment."

This NGO feeds the needy souls

The aim of this NGO, which was started in 2012, is ‘no poor person should sleep without food

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