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A Medium to End Violence Against Women 21.12.2012 Deccan Herald - Supplements
The Equal Community Foundation programme includes personal development activities that cover gender equality issues, writes Suchismita Pai. The global edition of the 'New York Times' termed it a 'lad magazine' minus the scantily clad women and gadgets. For Harish Sadani of Men against Violence and Abuse (MAVA), 'Purush Spandan' continues to be a great vehicle for pushing the cause of gender equality. Now in its 17th year, the Marathi periodical, with its thought-provoking collection of articles, short stories and poems "aims to create a safe, non-threatening space to address issues of masculinity in a contemporary context," according to Sadani. If you think about it, India had pioneers like Jyotiba and Savitribai Phule who tried to fight orthodoxy by starting a school for girls as early as 1848, he points out. The United Nations puts the number of women affected by violence at over a billion worldwide. While violence against women is perceived as a crime, most organisations working on the ...
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Facebook cashing in on to-be-mums by selling info about due dates and babies' genders to advertisers 21.12.2012 New Kerala: World News
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10 Christmas toys to break stereotypes 21.12.2012 The Hindu: Today's Paper
10 Christmas toys to break stereotypes
“It is time to teach men to respect women” 21.12.2012 The Hindu: Today's Paper
“It is time to teach men to respect women”
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10 Christmas toys that break stereotypes 21.12.2012 Hindustan Times: Lifestyle
Thinking of a toy race car for the boy? A new doll for the girl? Forget about it, say US toymakers. This Christmas, it's all about breaking stereotypes - and sales records - by "re-purposing" classic, gender-oriented toys in ways that appeal to girls and boys alike. ...
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Don’t keep important laws hanging fire 21.12.2012 Hindustan Times: India
Don’t keep important laws hanging fire
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Australia seeks Santa's help to urge immigrants for early visa renewal 21.12.2012 Business Standard: News Now
Australia’s Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) is making use of the Christmas spirit and has roped in Santa Claus to highlight students about their visa expiry options and to get them renewed on time.
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Meet the new boss 21.12.2012 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
Cyrus Pallonji Mistry, 43, currently the Deputy Chairman of Tata Sons has been a director of Tata Sons since 2006.
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It’s time to put a full stop to rape: Sakshi Tanwar 21.12.2012 DNA: Top News
The TV actress and Delhi girl who is extremely disturbed with the gang-rape incident in the capital, speaks out against the incident
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Cos seek diversity to boost innovation 21.12.2012 TOI: All Headlines
Cos seek diversity to boost innovation
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IQ score not right intelligence indicator 21.12.2012 TOI: All Headlines
IQ score not right intelligence indicator
Fix justice system for rape victims 21.12.2012 Hindustan Times: India
Fix justice system for rape victims
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Arnault's Belgian citizenship application hits a snag 21.12.2012 Business Standard: Economy & Policy
French billionaire Bernard Arnault’s effort to become a Belgian citizen may have hit a snag after the country’s immigration office deemed he hasn’t lived in the country long enough.
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Chronic rape: Brutal assaults on women are symptoms of a deeper disease 20.12.2012 TOI: Editorial
Chronic rape: Brutal assaults on women are symptoms of a deeper disease
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Indian women work 94 mins more than men every day: Survey 20.12.2012 HBL: Home
Women in India work over one-and-a-half hours more than the country’s men every day, making this difference in total work hours the maximum in nearly 30 countries, a report shows. Accord...
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Marketers woo empowered women 20.12.2012 HBL: Features
Even marketers who did not traditionally sell to them earlier are changing their ways.
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Wipro becomes signatory to UN's Women's Empowerment Principles 20.12.2012 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
Wipro today pledged its support to strengthening women’s role in the organisation and has joined six other leading Indian firms as a signatory to the Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs).
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Of confluences and contradictions 20.12.2012 Hindu: Chennai
Priyadarsini Govind is the convener of this year’s Natya Kala Conference, and she’s ready for a new adventure.
93 per cent of women are raped by people known to them 20.12.2012 CNN-IBN: India
Of the 24206 victims of the crime in 2011, 22549 knew the rapists from before.
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Indian women work 94 mins more than men every day: OECD survey 20.12.2012 Top Headlines
Across the member countries of OECD, women on an average spend 21 minutes more in total work each day
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