- Use of the honorific Ms in racing formguides 'draconian and demeaning'
- The push is on to remove 'Ms' from the form guide. Michelle Payne celebrates last year's Melbourne Cup, the first woman to win the race. Photo: Joe Armao.
- Suu Kyi's right hand man turns presidential proxy
- He will be a well accepted leader by the people," said Thein Win in comments posted on a local news website. Daw is an honourific meaning auntie.
- Iran's elections: The players, the games, the stakes
- Supporters of the charismatic 43-year-old call him the “Keepsake of the Imam”, using the highest honourific title in Shiite Islam for his revered grandfather. A mid-ranking cleric, Khomeini is considered close to Iran's reformists.
- PIL seeks parity for paramilitary with defence personnel
- The PIL sought direction to the government to issue the honourific of "martyr" or "shaheed" to paramilitary or police personnel also.
- Japanese women in court fight to keep their surnames after marriage
- Five women are suing the government of Japan over a law requiring spouses to adopt the same surname. Japanese women suffer widespread 'maternity harassment' at work. Half of short-term workers discriminated against after becoming pregnant, survey ...
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