Press Trust of India
Los Angeles: Actress Cate Blanchett says women are facing a tough time today and they need to stick together.
In an interview with Glamour magazine, the 48-year-old actress says as a mother she feels even more responsible to raise her children such that they grow up respecting women. “I think women are in a very challenging place at the moment. And the challenge is to bond together no matter what your socioeconomic standing is. We’re all female humans,” says Blanchett.
The “Carol” actress, who recently adopted a girl child, says now it is a daily reminder that she has to lead by example. “I’ve felt that way raising sons too. Because as a mother, you have a responsibility to instill in them, the need to respect and the benefits of respecting women. That hasn’t changed,” she says.
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Thiruvanathapuram: The policy address of the LDF government in Kerala by Governor P Sathasivam Monday at the start of the Assembly session saw him skipping portions critical of the BJP government at the centre.In the printed copy of his address, … Continue reading
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Balasore: The kingpin of an inter-state antique smuggling gang that recently stole an 11th century idol from a temple in Balasore district was arrested in Uttar Pradesh Monday. The 2.5 ft-long granite idol of ‘Bajra Vairahi’, weighing 70 kg, went … Continue reading
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New Delhi: The Delhi High Court, which heard Monday a writ petition against the delay in notification of dates for the Bijepur by-poll, issued a notice to the Election Commission of India (ECI) seeking its response on the issue within … Continue reading
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New Delhi: The Supreme Court Monday dubbed as “serious” the issues raised in the pleas relating to the death of special CBI judge BH Loya, but castigated a senior lawyer for raking up the name of BJP president Amit Shah … Continue reading
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