Worth spending big on cosmetics: British makeup artist
Worth spending big on cosmetics: British makeup artist

Indian women are "so beautiful", says London-based makeup artist Tara Moghaddam and says she is in love with the bright colours of India and would love to do make-up for Indian stars.

Sharad Yadav's 'appalling' remarks draw BJP, Congress ire

Janata Dal (United) chief Sharad Yadav's comments about south Indian women in Parliament yesterday have drawn all round condemnation from the opposition Congress and the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, who termed it as 'appalling', 'racist' and 'misogynistic' on Friday.

Uber to create 50,000 jobs for Indian women by 2020

New Delhi, March 12 (IANS) US-based mobile cab-booking company Uber announced on Thursday its commitment to create 50,000 jobs for women in India by 2020 in a bid to empower women.

Most Indian women feel safe travelling solo in India: Survey

Notwithstanding various challenges, more number of women in the country do not think that travelling alone is unsafe though foreign destinations are still perceived to be safer, according to a survey.

Our society behaves horrendously with women: Amish Tripathi

 Controversies in India are given greater prominence than pressing issues like the oppression of women that need to be brought out in public, says best-selling author Amish Tripathi, who "approaches the subject with a heart" to avoid unnecessary trouble while writing on religion.

Happy time for women in Indian cinema: Shabana
Happy time for women in Indian cinema: Shabana

 Veteran actress-social activist Shabana Azmi has expressed hope for women in Hindi cinema, observing that roles are becoming substantial for them and are being written for all age groups.

Jewellery worn by actors catches Indian women's fancy
Jewellery worn by actors catches Indian women's fancy

 Jewellery designs flaunted by actresses in films and TV shows are inspiring several Indian women to emulate their style, online jewellery retailers say.

Beauties who immortalised Indian‘ness’ on the silverscreen

Beauties who immortalised Indian‘ness’ on the silverscreen

Moral policing curtailing the freedom of Indian women?

In a shocking incident, 'Bigg Boss 7' winner Gauahar Khan was slapped by a member of the audience at a reality show stage on Sunday.

Didn't say there is no respect for women in India: Sania Mirza
Didn't say there is no respect for women in India: Sania Mirza

 India's tennis star Sania Mirza Wednesday took to Twitter to deny that she said there is no respect for women in India.

Anti-national elements damaging image of Indian women: ABVP

BJP's student wing Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) all India president P Murali Manohar said here on Saturday that some anti-national elements are trying to damage image of Indian women and culture in the name of freedom and rights.

Prospective brides prefer to meet guy first, family later: Survey
Prospective brides prefer to meet guy first, family later: Survey

Indian girls are becoming more forthright than ever about their marital choices. It's evident from a survey which shows they prefer to meet a prospective groom before his family.

'1/3rd of Indian women and children under 5 are underweight'

Global think tank IFPRI Wednesday said that one-third of Indian women and children under-five are underweight, though the country has made progress in combating malnutrition.

Asian Games: India women cagers lose in basketball quarterfinal
Asian Games: India women cagers lose in basketball quarterfinal

Indian women cagers failed to put up a fight against a formidable Japan and suffered a crushing 37-70 loss in the basketball quarterfinal match of the 17th Asian Games here on Sunday.

Marriage queries annoy single Indian women most: Survey
Marriage queries annoy single Indian women most: Survey

 

New Delhi: When are you getting married or why aren't you getting married -- these are questions that annoy single Indian women most, according to a survey by personalised matchmaking service Select Shaadi.

New village toilets a small step for poor Indian women

Decorated with marigolds and ribbons, 108 toilets unveiled in a tragedy-hit village are a small step in Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s push to end open-air defecation for impoverished Indian women.

Global Links Scholar programme for Indian women professors

Applications are open for the 12-month intensive education and business course to be held in the US in association with Rollins College, Florida. Prachi Rege gets the details.

Make your knuckles sparkle with midi rings

Celebrities like Beyonce Knowles, Angelina Jolie and Rihanna have been giving sparkling accents to their knuckles by wearing midi rings. So how about trying your hand at it?

Empowering women using technology can be `game changer`: India

India has stressed that empowering women using technology can be a "game changer" if harnessed to its full potential and called for a need to bridge the digital divide between men and women.

Changing Attitudes towards Women, the Spiritual Way

Incidents of rapes and molestations, which were taboo in many parts of the country such as Kolkata and Mumbai, have become frequent.