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    One In Every 130 Women Globally Is Living In Modern Slavery: UN Report

    Looking at the forms of modern slavery across the globe, we witness that women and girls are not only more likely to be exposed to slavery but they experience greater difficulties in leaving slavery, due to prevalent gender discrimination. An eye-opening UN report reveals that females surpass males as the victim of modern slavery in four of the five world regions. Women...

    • 4 days ago
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    Why Feminism Is Misunderstood In India: My Take On Feminism

    I've never been someone who vaunted myself as a feminist because of the negative perception associated with it. People think that feminism is all about hairy armpits, shouting about the bra, and wanting men to cook in the kitchen. Have you ever wondered, why there is so much hatred around the word "feminism"? In my opinion, the word "feminism" is highly...

    • 4 days ago
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    Women Work Almost Ten Times More Than Men: NSO's Survey Reveals

    A well-known fact - Indian women contribute more to household chores and domestic work-got an official stamp after a report stating the same thing was submitted by the National Statistical Office (NSO). In our country, women don't get enough recognition for their unpaid works like cooking, cleaning, babysitting and looking after the needs of older family members. Apart from...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Women Work Almost Ten Times More Than Men: NSO's SURAVEY REVEALS

    A well-known fact - Indian women contribute more to household chores and domestic work-got an official stamp after a report stating the same thing was submitted by the National Statistical Office (NSO). In our country, women don't get enough recognition for their unpaid works like cooking, cleaning, babysitting and looking after the needs of older family members. Apart from...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Gandhiji & His Contribution In Equality For Women In India

    Mahatma Gandhi, the visionary leader who brought our nation the gift of freedom and shaped our nation by proposing his idea of peace and non-violence. His achievements and contribution to our country cannot be described in words. With his peaceful protests and non-violence, Mahatma Gandhi received recognition for his valiant and progressive firsts. He played a crucial role in bringing...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Not Enough Women In Bar: Trio Of Lawyers Push For Change To India's Courts

    This trio of women is a perfect epitome of not being complacent and not settling for less. The three lawyers Misha, Ruby Ahuja, and Shally Bhasin who solved India's biggest bankruptcy case last year are using their eminent professional standing to tackle a different issue: not enough women in the bar. The prolonged mess between Essar steel India ltd. And Arcelor...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Meet Indian Navy's First Women Combat Aviators To Be Deployed On Warships

    Women, you fly high! Congratulations to Sub Lieutenant Kumudini Tyagi and Sub Lieutenant Riti Singh for breaking the glass ceiling by becoming the first women Indian Navy officers to be posted on Navy warships. They will be operating Navy helicopters from the deck of warships. For long women, Navy officers were denied this opportunity because of several issues including...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    When I Met The Inspiring Para Sports Hero Of India, Ekta Bhyan | Dr. Pragya Kaushik

    "Covid has impacted everyone around the globe. Yes, it is challenging time for all but we need to have faith that, this too shall pass. If we are in situation to help unprivileged, we should offer a helping hand that may not be in monetary terms only but in any kind, like providing services, edibles, any other essential objects etc. Along with this, we need...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Meet 40-Year-Old Mom Who Left Her Plush IT Job To Deliver Homemade Food & Now Owns Restaurant Chain

    The power of dreaming big is really magical. Because it's unrealistic because you think you can't do it. After all, it's too overwhelming, maybe even completely crazy, but if you can dream it, feel it if you can move into this energy, you can do it. And the story of Jayanti kathale, proud founder of Purnabhrama, is evidence of this...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Women Do Most Heavy Lifting Work In Indian Homes Revealed By A Latest Survey

    A well-known fact - Indian women contribute more to household chores and domestic work-got an official stamp after a report stating the same thing was submitted by the National Statistical Office (NSO). In our country, women don't get enough recognition for their unpaid works like cooking, cleaning, babysitting and looking after the needs of older family members....

    • 3 weeks ago

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