Thursday, January 27, 2022


Angelina Jolie’s message for victims of domestic abuse

In an interview to Harper's Bazaar magazine, the 45-year-old actress, who is a Special Envoy for the United Nations, put out a powerful message for the women, reports

Obesity increases risk of early hip fracture in postmenopausal women: Study

In the 25-year follow-up, the researchers analysed the association of body mass index (BMI) at the age of 58 with the risk of early hip fracture up until the age of 70.

With SHGs, Telangana women in their own right

Over 10 lakh women from across Telangana have set up their businesses, courtesy SHGs

Development only basis for politics now: Modi

PM Modi attributed the NDA's win in Bihar to its mantra of "sabka saath, sabka vikas, sabka vishwas"

Postpartum care fails to provide women with key recommended services, finds study

In one of the most startling findings, despite increased awareness of perinatal depression, only one in 11 patients received a screening for depression.

Helpdesk for women opened at Hyderabad airport

Pointing out that the RGIA was the fourth busiest airport in India after the Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru airports, Sajjanar said the Cyberabad Police had taken the initiative to set up the helpdesk to help women travelling to Hyderabad

Hyderabad: Ace Academy to conduct tennis tourney

In the Rs 70,000 prize money tournament the winner gets richer by Rs 15,000 runner-up will get Rs 10,000, the losing Semi Finalists get Rs 5,000 each

US official says UN has ‘lack of curiosity’ on Xinjiang

The UN is “failing to speak out about the situation in Xinjiang, failing to demand access in a meaningful way and to investigate these very serious and credible allegations.”

Unable to bear harassment, two women end lives in Asifabad

In the first incident, Swati, a divorcee of Patharlaguda area in Sirpur (T) mandal centre, resorted to take the extreme step as she was unable to bear the alleged harassment of a person who was stalking her to marry him.

Women now represent 28.6% of Microsoft’s global workforce

According to Microsoft's '2020 Diversity and Inclusion' report released on Wednesday, Asian employees, which include more than a dozen different ethnic groups, represent 34.7 per cent of its US workforce

Cholesterol drugs linked to lower cancer-related deaths in women

The analysis, published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, included 20,046, 11,719 and 6,430 women in Australia who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, colorectal cancer and melanomam, respectively.

Warangal Rural: Sensitisation of SHGs on child rights

Women & Child Dept officials conduct programmes to educate women to curb child abuse in Warangal

Centre issues fresh advisory to states, UTs on women safety

The Ministry while enumerating the provisions of IPC and CRPC said that the States / UTs should ensure their compliance.

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