This week, we take a look at three women who have influenced the lives of many around the world.
We want to voice what affects us; we want to be heard. This is our platform to stand united against all odds.
Continuing our series from last week, we look at some of the best-known women directors in the world of cinema who are at the top of their game.
The literary circle has seen many women voice their deepest emotions through the power of words. We take a look at some of their illustrious careers.
Time and again, cases of sexism in sport have been reported. In early March, the Australian women’s football team was subject to sexist abuse by men at a football match. In June, during the Women’s World Cup,....
Last week, a man in Northwest Delhi’s Rani Bagh area was arrested and sent to judicial custody for allegedly raping his friend’s maid. When dailies in India regularly carry reports of sexual abuse,..
In this concluding section of Ethnicities – At the Crossroads of Culture, let us take a look at the last census report that was released in 2013, to reflect on the ethnic diversity that has been recorded in New Zealand in the recent past.
With the simultaneous launch of the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT), Housing for All and the coveted Smart Cities Mission (SCM) on June 25, 2015, it was a landmark day in the evolution of India's urban agenda.
Prime Minster Narendra Modi’s #SelfieWithDaughter met an ironic twist of fate.
In early June, India woke up to a social media storm; the hashtag #DespiteBeingAWoman was on the rise. A little probing was enough to find the cause. The country’s prime minister had made his first embarrassing gaffe.
I tried hard to suppress my surprise, annoyance, not to mention the cryptic humour in her language. But the question foremost on my mind was: “Is the monthly cycle really a ‘suffering’?”
Shamubeel Eaqub is a migrant to New Zealand. He loves this country and wants to stay here but that resolve is tested by Government failure to deal with growing problems in housing and transport in Auckland.
To say that the climate negotiations have become more and more 'complex' is underwhelming.
Mandira could not believe her ears. Is this the same child who keeps crying about how rude her teacher is and how rude her buddy is?
The brutality of gender inequality in India is not a new a story being brought to light. The Indian society has been a victim of gender inequalities for centuries
Unlike my earlier columns, today I am going to introduce you to one of those voices that seek to facilitate a union of the ethnic Indian community with the mainstream.
No smart cities, no bullet trains, no spike in employment, no visible improvement in infrastructure, continuing logjam over bills in parliament, carping by in-house critics.
Ramadan is coming, in the middle of June. Before we know it, another year will have passed.
As the Prime Minister Narendra Modi government enters its second year in office, there is no dearth of bouquets and brickbats for the "NaMo" regime in the media.
Rapti moved to Auckland after she received an offer to pursue a doctorate at a leading university in the country.

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