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International Women's Day: 5 Inspiring Shows To Watch With Your Girl Gang  - Sakshi Post
Mar 08, 2022
Women’s Day Special: Women in today's films and web series are determined and eager to take over the world, just like their real-life counte
How Women Entrepreneurs Are Breaking Barriers And Leading From The Front - Sakshi Post
Mar 07, 2022
Women entrepreneurs have experienced great growth, gaining a broad consensus among academics and contributing to all those factors that explain the difficulty of women in undertaking an...
This International Women's Day, get inspired watching or listening to these incredibly strong leading ladies play some strong roles! - Sakshi Post
Mar 07, 2022
There has been an increasing representation of powerful women characters through audio and video streaming mediums in the recent past.
Gifting Options From Evara’s Celestial Inspired Pieces For Women’s Day   - Sakshi Post
Mar 03, 2022
Women’s Day 2022 Special: Gifting options from Evara’s Celestial Inspired Pieces 
 - Sakshi Post
Mar 03, 2021
Zee Telugu – a channel known to spread love and laughter, has planned to celebrate International Women’s Day in a rather unique manner this year.
Rakul Preeth Singh - Sakshi Post
Mar 05, 2020
Meanwhile, Rakul Preet has a busy year ahead, after impressing all with her roles in “Marjaavaan” and “De De Pyaar De”.
YSR Congress Party chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy - Sakshi Post
Mar 08, 2019
YSR Congress Party chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy greeted women on the occasion of Interntional Women’s Day.
Bollywood celebrities not only expressed their love towards the “stronger sex”, but urged everyone to respect and empower women. - Sakshi Post
Mar 08, 2018
Bollywood celebrities not only expressed their love towards the “stronger sex”, but urged everyone to respect and empower women.
The founder of e-retailer Nykaa.com in 2012, Falguni focuses on the products on beauty and wellness relating to women. - Sakshi Post
Mar 08, 2018
On International Women’s Day we focus on some of the women entrepreneurs who have made a name for themselves by foraying into the business world.
A bride waits for the start of a mass marriage ceremony in Mumbai, India, January 27, 2016. - Sakshi Post
Mar 08, 2018
Priests in southern Telangana state have been told to request proof of age for the bride and groom before marrying them, while officials there are checking in villages to see if any child marriages...
Child bride Krishna, 13, stands with her husband Kishan Gopal, 15, inside a newly constructed room at her house in a village near Baran, located in the northwestern state of Rajasthan, July 17, 2012. - Sakshi Post
Mar 08, 2018
One of the biggest economic benefits of ending child marriage would derive from a reduction in population growth, according to the study co-authored by the International Center for Research on Women.
“That’s the glass ceiling,” she said, and the term was born. - Sakshi Post
Mar 07, 2018
“If you had asked me 40 years ago did I think that we would be having this conversation today, I would have said absolutely not. But we are,” Loden, 71, a California-based management consultant, told...
In this 2015 file photo, women take part in a giant red line demonstration from the COP21 Eiffel Tower replica down the Champs Elysee corridor during the World Climate Change Conference 2015 (COP21) in Le Bourget, near Paris, France. - Sakshi Post
Mar 07, 2018
As women mayors, we want to support the next generation of women because women bear the primary burden of tackling climate change today, and are likely to continue to do so in the future.
Farc guerrilla Gladis at the FARC’s Tierra Grata demobilization zone in northern Colombia, near the town of San Jose de Oriente. February 16, 2017. - Sakshi Post
Mar 07, 2018
That’s real gender equality, said 42-year-old Gladis who has fought with the Marxist rebel group, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), for more than two decades.
Demonstrators attend a protest against rape and violence against women in Sao Paulo, Brazil, June 8, 2016. - Sakshi Post
Mar 07, 2018
A survey of laws in 73 countries found rapists could avoid punishment if they married their victim in at least nine jurisdictions, including Bahrain, Iraq, Philippines, Tajikistan and Tunisia.
Sheetal Prakash More (R), a 30-year-old teacher, helps Janabai Kedar, 74, as she writes on a slate at Aajibaichi Shaala (Grandmothers’ School) in Phangane village, India, February 15, 2017. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui - Sakshi Post
Mar 07, 2018
Inside the hut, festooned with streamers and flowers, the women gingerly sit cross-legged on cotton rugs on the mud floor, and pull out slates, notebooks, chalk and pencils. Minutes later, a younger...
In this 2014 archive photo, a couple hug each other in front of a light installation for Christmas celebrations in Beijing, China. - Sakshi Post
Mar 06, 2018
Nearly all of the 17,550 people surveyed agreed that men and women should have equal rights, but three in four respondents said women still experienced social, political and financial inequality.
Cristina Alvarez, 29, a butcher, poses for a photograph while standing outside her and her husband’s butcher shop, in Mexico City, Mexico February 25, 2017. “I’ve never felt any gender inequality,” Alvarez said. “I believe women can do the  - Sakshi Post
Mar 06, 2018
Only a third of women and men would prefer to see women stay at home, said the report by the U.N. International Labour Organization (ILO) and U.S. polling organization Gallup Inc.
A woman walks past a row of portable toilets at a shelter for migrants inside a hangar of the former Tempelhof airport in Berlin, Germany, December 9, 2015. - Sakshi Post
Mar 06, 2018
“You’re traveling with a small bag, an empty bag because when you go to the boat they ask you to make it lighter,” Sarah told the Thomson Reuters Foundation in London, highlighting the added...
Jayna Zweiman and Krista Suh take part in the Pussyhat social media campaign they created to provide pink hats for protesters in the women’s march in Washington, D.C., the day after the presidential inauguration, in Los Angeles, California, U.S., J - Sakshi Post
Mar 06, 2018
In January, women-led protests against U.S. President Donald Trump saw hundreds of thousands of women take to the streets in American cities as well as Sydney, London, Tokyo and other cities across...
Representational Image - Sakshi Post
Mar 06, 2018
The origin of the global event dates to 1908 when women protested in various countries against working conditions, discrimination and being unable to vote or hold public office.
 - Sakshi Post
Mar 05, 2018
Happy Women’s Day: Have a woman friend in different country. Wondering how to greet her in a foreign language on women’s day? Worry not, we can help you. Here’s a look at How to Say Happy Women’s Day...
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