Search Results for Tag: Manasi Gopalakrishnan
There are several souvenir shops at Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi where tourists can buy books and models of the Taj Mahal and autorickshaws as souvenirs of their trip to the subcontinent. The Kamasutra, the ancient Sanskrit guide to sexual behavior,
Date03.06.2014 | 14:34
Have you ever thought why we like smart women detectives in crime novels? 30-year-old Laura Frank has a pretty good idea.
Date24.04.2014 | 12:43
Social networking websites like Twitter and Facebook are fun and innovative. At the click of a mouse, you can make friends and show your support for social causes. But what happens when your ‘friends’ turn against you? What if the smart doctor you met on a social network has actually begun stalking your profile?
Date04.04.2014 | 13:47
An Indian judge believes that rape investigations in India use archaic practices. Nepal is now “exporting” people, men and women who leave for foreign countries in the hope of finding better jobs. Women members of parliament in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are developing new programmes to empower women and Bangladesh’s women’s cricket team is making its debut against West Indies. Read on for more on women’s news.
Date26.03.2014 | 10:58
On a hectic day, a small break with something nice to read could be a perfect solution to your stress. We looked up some blogs and websites that offer meaningful resources for relaxation in a stressful work atmosphere.
Date19.03.2014 | 12:36
It’s Christmas time, but slowly I’m beginning to think that it’s that time of the year when some men’s “desire to rape and molest” goes into overdrive. The question I’m asking myself now is, are rapes and protests against rape going to become a national pastime for us Indians?
Date27.11.2013 | 15:18
Since ancient times, priests and family elders have been referring to newly married Hindu women as “Sumangalis,” meaning women who still have their husbands by their side and thus lead a blessed life. Today, however, the word has taken on a sinister meaning for women working in textile mills in southern India.
Date27.11.2013 | 14:09