Meet Rajni Saini, an Engineer Who Gave Up Her Career To Educate Women And Girls

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You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation. -Brigham Young The word “education” is derived from the Latin ēducātiō (“A breeding, a bringing up, a rearing”). So, it’s not just intelligence but also character that defines the goal of education. An educated man, […] Read more»

India-Born Scientist Ramesh Raskar Wins Prestigious $500,000 MIT Award for Path-Breaking Inventions

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India-born scientist Ramesh Raskar was awarded $ 500,000, one of the world’s largest single cash awards for invention, for his path breaking work on an ultra-fast imaging camera that can see around corners, eyecare solutions and a camera that can read closed books. The Lemelson-MIT prize, given by the School of Engineering […] Read more»

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“The face you burned is the face I love….I am alive and flourishing”

-Laxmi Agarwal (A survivor and campaigner against acid attacks)
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In 2005, at the tender age of 15, Laxmi, was attacked with acid by three men, near Tuglaq road in New Delhi. Reason for the attack? She refused to marry one of them, who was more than double her age at the time. Acid attack refers to the act of […] Read more»

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Gulf War Pullout

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The “Logic” of War To effectively combat war in the Gulf we have to understand its motives. Bush is seeking to get Iraq out of Kuwait. Possibly he is seeking to reduce Iraq to rubble. But that is not the whole story. Hundreds of U.S. bombers are not “storming” Iraq […] Read more»

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