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Bihar’s Poorest Women Are Changing Their Lives, With A Little Help

The illiterate widow of a rickshaw puller, musahar--traditional rat-catchers, considered low caste even among Dalits--Amola…

Judge To Worker: The Spread Of Sexual Harassment In India

  It’s invariably a rough crowd at the Traffic Court--not fun to deal with for…

Why Himachali Women Work: A Jam Factory May Have Answers

The all-women team at the Bhuira Jam Factory in Sirmaur district, Himachal Pradesh. Having a…

Why India’s Most Educated Women Are Leaving Jobs Faster Than Others

  New Delhi/Gurugram: It was while working for a shopping website that Parul A Mittal,…

Why India’s Hospitality Sector Must Win Over Parents Of The Skilled Women It Needs

Swati Shinde, an assistant food production trainer at the Pace Hospitality Training Centre, teaches a…

Housework Keeps India’s Women At Home. Some Women Are Changing That

Women listen to Nikhil Kalelkar, a trainer for two-wheel riders, at Heydeedee, a start-up that…

Women@work: In A Haryana Factory, Tradition Clashes With Aspiration

  Winter brought with it shorter days and the bleak realisation that her brief career…