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Latest Articles in gender inequality

'Indian Women Were Always Empowered'

In an engaging one-on-one with Businessworld Editor-in-Chief Anurag Batra, at the forum’s valedictory session, Chandra said that “Indian women were always empowered, whereas Europe began empowering women only seven decades ago”

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WEF’s Portugal Chairperson Announces Economic Model to End Gender Disparity In Pay

Luiza Cristina Fernandes Palma is the chairperson to the Portugal chapter of All Ladies League, the organization which hosts Women Economic Forum

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Men Earn 67 Per Cent More Than Women In India, Says Report

The gender pay gap in India is as high as 67 per cent as a man on an average earns $167 compared with $100 by a woman, says a report

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Govt Survey Shows Improved Sex Ratio, Decline In IMR

Haryana witnesses an increase from 762 to 836 females per 1,000 males, according to Ministry of Health data

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Can We Save The Planet?

To bring carbon emissions under control is possible and is urgent. All the tools we need lie within our reach

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British Firms Discriminate Against Women, Inquiry Shows

Top jobs remain dominated by men, with nearly three-quarters of companies in the FTSE 100 having no female executive directors

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We Need To Do Away With Celebratory Nature Of Women's Day

The International Women's Day website coaxes people to pledge to help women and girls achieve their ambitions, challenge conscious and unconscious bias, and create inclusive, flexible cultures

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Five Key Lessons About Women And Work In India

Despite the increasing number of women pursuing secondary and post-secondary education, India’s women keep dropping out. Since 2005, more than 25 million Indian women have left the labour force

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Gender Ratio In Gujarat Much Below National Average

With 919 females for every 1,000 males, Gujarat ranks low among all Indian states, according to the census

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Condom In Purse, A Bomb!

Carrying a condom is far worse a sin than wearing short skirts, drinking, late night working and being in a male company

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