Marriage and divorce: Women's financial rights
Usually, women do not know their financial or legal rights or how to secure these either when they are married or while they are going through a divorce. This story tells them how to secure themselves financially and their rights during a divorce.
SC fixes 10-day period for hearing issues of discrimination against women at religious places
The observations came when Solicitor General Tu...
Fresh plea says NPR violates right to privacy, SC issues notice to Centre
The Supreme Court on Monday issued notices on a fresh petition chal...
CAA protests: Mayawati demands withdrawal of cases lodged against women in UP
In a tweet, BSP supremo Mayawati said, "Wrong cases filed against women and others protesting against CAA/NRC by the BJP-led Uttar Pradesh government should be immediately withdrawn, and those who lost their lives during this time should also be extended proper help, this is the demand of BSP."
Sabarimala review: SC sets 10-day deadline for completion of arguments
Sabarimala review: A 9-judge Constitution bench said on January 13 that it would deal with the larger issue of whether courts can intervene ...
Karnataka Governor says men must be educated to treat women with respect
His appreciation comes even as the fund-starved state government is looking for additional flood-damage funds from the Centre. Although the state has pegged the loss at Rs 30,000 crore, the Centre has so far announced Rs 1,860 crore in two instalments for the flood damage.
Millions quarantined as China scrambles to halt virus
Authorities also ordered schools and universities to remain closed on Tuesday after extending a national holiday by a week in a bid to contain an outbreak that has already killed more than 100 people and spread to a dozen countries.
Who are the two Brazilian women who have been awarded Padma Shri?
Gloria Areria, a resident of Rio De Janerio in Brazil is a pioneer in Sanskrit and Vedanta and has dedicated herself to the teaching and promotion of Advaita Vedanta in the traditional manner in Portugese language. Lia Diskin, who is of Argentinian origin, has stayed in Brazil for over 30 years and has admiration for India, its people and culture.
Listed bonds offer better yields compared to bank FDs. Here's how to pick the right one
Though fixed deposit rates are low, yields on listed bonds from quality companies are at a higher level.
Some voters do not realise importance of right to exercise franchise: President Kovind
Addressing the National Voters' Day event here to mark the establishment of the Election Commission in 1950, the President said from the first general election to the 17th Lok Sabha polls held last year, the voters have increased the credibility of Indian democracy all over the world.
Don't swipe right on the profile with Brad Pitt's images: He's not on Tinder
The actor had joked that his SAG award would boost his chances of finding a partner on the dating app.
Women to dominate, new generation of singers & Nipsey Hussle tribute: Five things to watch for at the Grammys
Scandal at the Recording Academy has overwhelmed the lead-up to the glam event.
Some voters don't realise importance of right to exercise franchise: President Kovind
Addressing an event on National Voters' Day marking the establishment of the Election Commission in 1950, the President said from the very first general election to the 17th Lok Sabha polls held last year, voters have increased the credibility of Indian democracy all over the world.
Mastercard swipes right on Pine Labs
Pine Labs reported total revenue of Rs 503.2 crore in FY19, up from Rs 336.1 crore in the previous fiscal. Losses widened to Rs 13.7 crore in the 12 months ended March 2019 from Rs 2.5 crore in the previous financial year, according to paper.vc.
Number of billionaires doubles in 10 years; world's 22 richest men have more wealth than all women in Africa
Oxfam appealed to the Davos elite to get serious about inequality.
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