Bridging The Gender Gap in Employment & Pay

Bridging The Gender Gap in Employment & Pay By Diya Uday,  Legal Researcher and Policy Analyst,  Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai World over, human rights groups and feminists are raising concerns over seemingly apparent gender gaps in employment. Amongst them is the cry to bridge a gender pay gap.  First, there seems to be general confusion about what a gender pay gap means. Many identify it with equal pay for equal work. Equal

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Game Of Thrones – A Show More Contemporary Than We Realise

To understand the sweeping phenomena that is Game Of Thrones, one must acknowledge that Society and Entertainment mirror each other extensively. We all live in a modern Westeros, whether we like it or not. You often hear of movies and shows being ‘ahead of their times’ later becoming cult classics whispered with reverence. Scarface was one, Blade Runner another. Step over to Indian Cinema for example. During the 60’s and early 70’s, Rajesh Khanna ruled the

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Just The Right Shade of Lipstick We Needed!

With the much-awaited movie, ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ releasing on 21st July, numerous celebrities have come together to promote the underlying reasons for it’s creation. The #LipstickRebellion campaign was launched in order to promote the upcoming Bollywood film ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ after it’s initial ban by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). ‘LUMB’ portrays the personal challenges and trials of women from all walks of life. With a talented ensemble cast including Konkona

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