Now even cabs are too dangerous for Indian women

Public transport for women in India was not ideal long before the horrific gang rape on a bus in December 2012. There's a reason all-female cars exist on Delhi's metro system. For a while, a recommended alternative for women facing rampant sexual harassment[...]

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INDORE WOMEN LEARN TO SPEED AHEAD IN LIFE

The Women on Wheels (WOW) programme in in Indore got off to a kickstart on May 25, 2015 with 13 women passing the learner’s license test, taking the first step towards becoming professional drivers. The Azad Foundation team met the[...]

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Netherlands PM promotes women driven cabs in New Delhi

Visiting Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Friday (June 05) hired Sakha women driven cabs for his transportation in New Delhi to promote female drivers for public transport Rutte boarded the vehicle at the residence of Netherlands ambassador to India,[...]

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DTC gets its first woman bus driver

In a move described as a major contribution to women’s empowerment, the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) has appointed a 30-year-old woman from Telangana as its first female driver. The driver - previously working for our very own Sakha, Venkadarath Saritha,[...]

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