“I’m shocked and unbelievably annoyed that this has happened,” said Singer Laren museum director Jan Rudolph de Lorm.
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A former staffer claimed that he, along with 12 other employees, were fired from the NGO without any warning.
The historian shared her thoughts on Mughal rule, Pakistan, India and violence that exists on both sides of the border
The two authors launched an initiative to support authors who can't promote their work during the coronavirus pandemic.
Can we get all our information in the form of a song? Because it's working.
Shoop Noodles is back with some solid storytelling on #TrustTouMustHai in their 3rd TVC.
Quarantine, cricket and chill no more.
And their parents. For an Information Minister, Chohan is surprisingly misinformed.
Allyship is important but I witnessed men taking up space on a day that wasn't about or for them.
The German poetry, performed by an opera singer was enhanced with a staged choreographed piece by two dancers.
The three day event scheduled from 21-23 March featured a pop-up of prominent designers, artists and craftsmen.
I am seriously concerned about the online harms facing women and girls, shared Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the internet
Among the Big Apple's biggest tourist attractions, theatres were shut down for a month.
If asking for equal rights is against our culture, then maybe our culture is what needs to evolve and not feminism?
Aurat March's social media mobilisation campaign resulted in significant participation of people with disabilities.
Hyderabad, Mithi and Larkana all marked the day as well
Women on Wheels collaborated with Government of Sindh’s Women Development Department for a 'Mega Rally'
March 8 is the one day in 365 where women take to the streets. They're definitely being heard.
Allen has been accused of sexual abuse by his daughter, Dylan Farrow.
"Our society doesn’t see women workers as professionals... They are informal labour that doesn't show up in statistics."
East River recently opened doors to its newest in-house facility: a welcoming, fully equipped nursery for employees.
Men take to their keyboards to express displeasure at being 'marginalised', as women prepare to march.
Don't fret, we got you as long as you read with an open mind and to understand and not to pointlessly argue.
First, they tore down the posters —and then they came for the mural.
The A-Z of Aurat March politics for those struggling to understand why women march.
Audiences who attend the literature festival could be understood as background actors in a staged performance
Did you know there is five times more research into erectile dysfunction than Premenstrual Syndrome?
Stubborn at heart, it was his non-conformist nature that helped him engrave his own eccentric identity as a Sindhi poet.
“We are very worried because we have visitors from everywhere,” said a Louvre employee.
Readings, book launches and sessions ranging from student activism to Urdu literature took over the third and final day.
The two sit in conversation for Saeed's book On Their Own Terms: Early Twenty-First Century Women’s Movements.