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Safe cities for women...

I was recently asked this question: How do we ensure that cities and human settlements are effectively inclusive and safe?

For me, the answer is obvious: we need to view cities through the lens of women and girls. 458 more words

Safety as a Solo Female Traveller

Aside from money related questions, I was often asked if I feel unsafe travelling alone. Yes, I sometimes do feel unsafe, both abroad and at home.   575 more words


It was the day I will never forget – 16th December 2012. As an Indian woman, the level of embarrassment and fear I felt that day couldn’t be equalled. 897 more words

India's Modi needs to pay more attention to women's safety: IMF chief Christine Lagarde

UPDATED: APRIL 20, 2018 12:47 IST

International Monetary Fund (IMF) Chief Christine Lagarde

Describing the latest incident of rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua as “revolting”, IMF chief Christine Lagarde hoped that the Indian authorities starting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi would pay more attention to it. 141 more words

Safety Tip

A danger of valet parking. Or anything similar where you have to give your car to someone to park it. If you have a GPS system in your car and your home address is set in it. 110 more words

A love story.

The sun was high in the sky when two strangers were about to pass each other by. He, on his way back from a driven, intellectual conversation with his friends at the park. 310 more words


The Classic Battle

One day early last week, on Facebook, I posted a picture of a male actor – you would know him, he was amazing in that thing about the thing (won an Oscar!), with an even more amazing body – posed provocatively, wearing only a micro-Speedo.    929 more words