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Tanushree Dutta slams Aamir Khan after he teams up with #MeToo accused Subhash Kapoor

Tanushree Dutta, who spearheaded the #MeToo movement in India has issued a statement after Aamir Khan announced of collaborating with alleged accuser and director Subhash Kapoor in his upcoming film Moghul.

Defamation case: Cross-examination of M J Akbar’s witnesses ends

Akbar had resigned as a Minister of State after Ramani leveled allegations of sexual misconduct against him. He subsequently filed a defamation lawsuit against her. 


Stories of sexual violence can become 'trauma porn,' #MeToo founder says

Women have flooded social media with #MeToo experiences of being abused, groped, molested and raped, toppling high-profile men along with many others in entertainment, media, business and governments around the world.

Time's Up has created change that is going to be sustained: Charlize Theron

Charlize Theron said she is thrilled ''as a woman'' to witness the shift post the #MeToo and Time's Up movements which were aimed at bringing an end to sexual harassment and gender inequality.

Witnessed changes in Hollywood post #MeToo: Margot Robbie

Actor Margot Robbie said her new film and upcoming project Birds of Prey are examples of the changed mindset in the film industry. Mary Queen of Scots, which also features Saoirse Ronan, released in US last November.

Stand by statement to portal, filing affidavit to put it on oath: woman who accused director Vikas Bahl

The court was hearing a petition filed by Bahl seeking Rs 10 crore in damages from his former partners in Phantom Films, directors Anurag Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane, and three media organisations for alleged defamation.


Suit filed by actor Alok Nath: Court likely to pass order today

Advocate Ashok Saraogi, representing Nath, argued that being a screenwriter, Nanda has made up a story of being raped. He accused Nanda of making allegations for money and to gain publicity.

MJ Akbar resigns reaction HIGHLIGHTS: President Kovind accepts resignation, Congress calls it 'victory of truth'

Over the last fortnight, about 20 women have come forward to narrate their experiences of alleged sexual harassment at the hands of MoS Akbar.

Love Matters: Beyond sexual fantasies and myths, turning a new page for honest sex education

Sex has always been a subject of curiosity, but instead of coherent sex-education, we get to know about it only via pornography or taboo stories. Not anymore.

India’s #MeToo storm: The women are angry, and not afraid

Women have had enough. Enough of the self-doubt and judgement regarding our sexuality. Enough of wondering whether it is better to be a virgin or to be a slut. Enough of hating ourselves for wanting to flirt, but saying no to sex.

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Timeline: The story of Me Too started in 1997

#MeToo is a year old but the tag ‘Me Too’ dates back to 1997.