Credit where credit is due: the PanIIT folks should be commended for putting up the videos of the entire conference (or, most of it).
In a nearly 2-hour long program, the panelists offered many different viewpoints (and statistics to back them up), and argued strongly for women-friendly policy interventions. Their case is made in a calm, composed and competent manner.
But, about 75 minutes into the event, you get fireworks! And the program turns absolutely brilliant.
That change is entirely due to some strong and blunt talk from Prof. Shobhana Narasimhan. I don't want to give anything away, except to say that she spoke on "Why aren't IITs more women-friendly?"
Just watch the video; if you can't watch all of it, download it and go straight to Shobhana's talk!