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Netflix’s Unbelievable underlines how women need to behave as victims to be believed as one

In the post #MeToo universe where there is an abundance of instances of disparate women sharing their private stories, Unbelievable is the show we deserve as much as we need.

Court closes case against former SC staffer who complained against CJI Ranjan Gogoi

Naveen Kumar had earlier told The Indian Express, “It is my personal matter and decision. I don’t want any further action and there is no pressure on me. It is my personal choice, no one should worry for me.”


GoM on sexual harassment holds meeting

The GoM discussed various aspects of the issues of sexual harassment at workplace and possible legal mechanism, an official privy to the meeting said.

New book reveals investigation details behind Harvey Weinstein's 'MeToo' allegations

The story subsequently inspired a global campaign against sexual harassment and assault as women across the spectrum opened up and shared their stories about abuse by men in positions of power.

Predator more powerful than his prey, Priya Ramani tells court

Ramani made the submission while recording her statement in the criminal defamation complaint filed by MJ Akbar against her.

Tweets on MJ Akbar aimed at highlighting his 'sexually-coloured behaviour': Ramani

"I felt compelled to speak up about my experience with Akbar in 1993 and so I removed the anonymity that I had given to Akbar in my Vogue article and named him as the editor who had sexually harassed me," deposed Ramani.


Sexual violence and harassment at workplaces needs Parliament's attention

ILO convention on the human right to freedom from sexual harassment expands and deepens the rights of working people. The issue needs Parliament’s attention.

Emma Watson backs workplace harassment helpline launched in England and Wales

As a first-of-its-kind phone line, the aim of the free helpline is to help plug a gap in the availability of specialist legal advice so that women can get the right assistance they need to hold their employer and harasser to account.

Jeffrey Epstein envisioned spreading his DNA by impregnating woman at his ranch

Jeffrey Epstein, who is accused of sex trafficking. confided to scientists and others that he hoped to seed the human race with his DNA, using his New Mexico ranch

Man behind FIR against woman in CJI Ranjan Gogoi case can’t be found: Police

When The Indian Express had visited Kumar’s Jhajjar home in April, his mother Meena (50) had said that her son left for Chandigarh at 7 am on April 20, and his phone was switched off thereafter.

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Brit Awards 2018: Ed Sheeran, Dua Lipa among the best dressed on the red carpet

The Brit Awards 2018, which was recently held in London to honour global pop music artistes, saw many big faces putting a fashionable foot forward, including singer Dua Lipa, Ed Sheeran and Justin Timberlake. The singers also exhibited their support for the Time's Up and #MeToo movements on the red carpet by sporting white roses.

Golden Globe Awards 2018 red carpet is a sea of black

The prestigious 75th Golden Globe Awards red carpet looked like a sea of black, many celebs, nevertheless, managed to jazz up their outfits, while keeping the essence in tact. Scroll down to see more.


The #MeToo women share their experiences

Thousands of men, women, transgenders from different walks of life have been incessantly sharing their harrowing experiences of being abused and harassed. Here are 15 brave women who openly chose to talk about their unfortunate encounter with sexual harassment.

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Tracking the extent of #MeToo in India: News in Numbers

How big was India’s #MeToo movement? Take a look.

'The patriarchal notion that women are not in the right place when working outside homes, persists... Need sensitisation in every workplace'

Justice (retired) Sujata Manohar talks about the importance of #MeToo as a women's empowerment movement, why there is a need for 'fresh thinking' on the 2013 sexual harassment guidelines and more.


Timeline: The story of Me Too started in 1997

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

MJ Akbar and the #MeToo campaign: A timeline

Junior minister MJ Akbar has filed a case of criminal defamation against Priya Ramani, the first woman to have publicly accused him of sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour. Here's a timeline the case so far.