India’s Fight Against Anaemia Is Picking Up Pace, States Have To Do More

Faridabad, Haryana and New Delhi: It was past 2 p.m. Khusbu Chaudhari, 24, seven months pregnant, wa...

Why Indian Pharmacies Are Reluctant To Stock Abortion Pills

Mumbai: Medical abortion drugs are not available at retail pharmacies in Rajasthan, a study released...

73.2% Of Rural Women Workers Are Farmers, But Own 12.8% Land Holdings

Nashik, Maharashtra: Pushpa Kadale was nine months pregnant and had a two-and-a-half-year-old daught...

After Nirbhaya, More Crimes Against Women Reported, But Justice Falters

Mumbai: Women are more likely to report abuse and sexual attacks after the 2012 Delhi gang-rape know...

Sarla Devi, The Child Brides Of Sitapur And The End Of Education

Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh: Vats with food bubbled near Sarla Devi’s mud house, as some of 200 visitor...

If Women Could Decide, Bihar Wouldn’t Have A Population Crisis

Gaya: If it were up to her, Saroja Devi, 23, would not have had three children. But it is not up to ...

94% Bihari Women Know Of Contraception, But 1 in 5 Use It: Our Study

Gaya (Bihar): Married early, Premlata Devi had had four children by the time she was 24 years old--a...

Why Changing Afsana Bano’s Life Could Boost UP And India

Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh: Afsana Bano is 18, and her 5’7 frail figure and delicate bones cradled a t...

Share Of Regular Salaried Work Rises, But Women More Likely To Be Self-Employed

Bengaluru: India’s workforce has fewer women than it did six years ago: no more than 18% in rural ...

Women May Be More Vulnerable To Climate Change But Data Absent

New Delhi: Women are more likely to observe the impact of climate change on their lives, and are mor...