AIDWA demands Rs 1 crore compensation for Moga victim's family

 The All India Democratic Women's Association (AIDWA) demanded on Monday a minimum of Rs.1 crore compensation for the family of the 13-year-old who died after she was molested and pushed out of a bus in Punjab.

Moga incident: Women body demands FIR against bus firm owners

Expressing grief over death of a teenage girl after being molested and thrown off a moving bus belonging to the ruling Badal family in Punjab, a women's body on Saturday demanded lodging an FIR against owners of the transport firm that owned the vehicle in which the incident took place.

Moga molestation case: AIDWA demands action against accused

All India Democratic Women's Association (AIDWA) general secretary Jagmati Sangwan on Thursday dubbed the Moga molestation case as 'painful' and said that action should not only be taken against the accused but also the passengers who sat as mute spectators while the incident took place.

Women rights activists hail court verdict in 2010 Dhaula Kuan rape case

Women's rights activists today welcomed Delhi court's verdict convicting the five accused in 2010 Dhaula Kuan rape case.

Women bodies slam Mulayam for rape remarks

The All India Women`s Conference, which has a pan India presence, Friday condemned Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav`s remarks on rape.

IAS officer`s wife protests alleged harassment by her husband

An IAS officer`s wife, along with leaders and activists of All India Democratic Women`s Association (AIDWA), staged a protest in front of the officer`s house on Friday, to protest against forcing her for a judicial separation.

AIDWA opposes direct cash transfer in Odisha

All India Democratic Women?s Association (AIDWA) has strongly opposed the direct cash transfer (DCT) scheme saying it was aimed at reducing subsidies.

`Centre, states yet to learn any lessons from Delhi gang-rape`

AIDWA Wednesday alleged that the government is shying away from responsibility in the Delhi gang-rape case and failed to act against the top police and transport officials concerned.