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If mothers cannot be saved, who will care for the daughters? »
Thousands of women who have graduated from the ‘school of life’ are transforming village panchayats with their able governance. »
What it’s like to be very poor in a very rich city. »
Addressing patriarchal entitlement is more crucial than teaching women to be safe. »
An all-women fleet of cabbies take on the roads in Mumbai. »
Women continue to pay the price for the government’s desire to fast-forward population control programmes through sterilisation. »
Illegal immigration is not the answer for the thousands of people who wish for greener pastures. »
The real measure of a country’s progress is the child hunger index. India continues to fall short. »
The absence of sanitation facilities for women during disasters enhances their vulnerability. »
How can we support or justify ‘shameful traditions’ that debase women for no other reason than that their husbands have died or have abandoned them? »
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