Women face a high number of online harassment, abuse and trolling, according to a new report by Amnesty.
Kavita Krishnan slammed Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut for suggesting that Indira Jaisingh should be kept in the same jail cell with Nirbhaya's rapists.
Deepika Padukone has been conferred with World Economic Forum's Crystal Award for her work in destigmatising mental illness.
Laxmi Agarwal was attacked with acid by a man twice her age, for turning down his marriage proposal.
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BBC news presenter Samira Ahmed has won an employment tribunal verdict against the BBC over gender pay disparity.
Irom Sharmila is a civil rights activist and poet from the North-East state of Manipur. She is known for the 16-year long hunger strike for the abolition of Armed Forces Act (1958). She was arrested several times and acquitted.
Fearless Nadia is one of the earliest heroines of the Indian film industry. She was an Australian stunt woman named Mary Ann Evans and took up the stage name 'Fearless Nadia' after starring in Indian films.
Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox rose to stardom with iconic sitcom ‘Friends’ in the 1990s. Being two of the three leading ladies of the show, they were constantly compared with each other. It was a time when tabloids kept telling the public that two heroines cannot be friends.
Araminta Ross, known for her martial name Harriet Tubman, was born a slave and had faced brutal trauma of slavery.
American actress Mila Kunis is known for movies like 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall', 'Black Swan', and 'Bad Moms'.
19-year-old Sweety Kumari from Bihar is picked as the “international young player of the year”