Leaky roofs, no toilets- student’s nightmare!

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Sehore, Madhya Pradesh: Built before 1930, a crumbling school structure lies neglected in Sehore district in Madhya Pradesh. For the 329 students studying at Tagore Middle School, there are no benches and the students attend the class sitting on floors underneath leaking roofs. The district education department passes off this basic […] Read more»

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Dead persons paid wages for plantation in Bhandara

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If payment vouchers from the forest department are anything to go by, not only are the dead turning up to engage in soil conservation, trench digging and related works in Bhandara division, but they are also being paid lakhs in public money. Bhandara range forest officer (RFO) Sanjay Meshram, who was suspended […] Read more»

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Accused of being a Naxalite? Check for lactating mothers by squeezing their breasts!!

Horror stories of women abuse in Bastar
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Bent backs glisten in the noonday sun, with nothing but a sari wrapped around their waist and over their breasts to shield them from its blazing heat. The women are out, collecting firewood, tending to the fields, or doing the weekly marketing at the local haat (market) that sells everything […] Read more»

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Importance of a Uniform Civil Code

A set of laws to govern personal matters of all citizens irrespective of religion is the cornerstone of true secularism. It would help end gender discrimination on religious grounds and strengthen the secular fabric.
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The recent progressive decisions of the Shani Shingnapur and Trimbakeshwar temple trusts to allow entry of women in the wake of a series of protests constitute a welcome development in what has been a long march towards gender equality. They also served to rekindle a countrywide debate on ending widespread […] Read more»

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The Pak-Surgery Strikes

Is the surgical strike beneficial to India?- Most likely not.
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A surgical strike, according to a widely accepted definition, is “a military attack which results in, was intended to result in, or is claimed to have resulted in only damage to the intended legitimate military target, and no or minimal collateral damage to surrounding structures, vehicles, buildings, or the general […] Read more»

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Geetanjali Babbar- The Woman With A Cause

She started to visit the brothel every day and she quit her job to give 100% of her time to do something for these women which could help them to overcome the dark and gloomy sight of their life and also to help the children to spend their childhood out of that dark and gloomy world.
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The lady who had a very innovative mind who always thought for those people who are always kept isolated from the society and treated as so called bad and nasty women who has no respect in the society. Nobody had ever thought that these people are also human and they […] Read more»

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Never be Scarred

The Founder of “Make Love Not Scars” herself reveals to us her nobility, cause and the enthusiasm to make the society better
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Acid throwing, also called an acid attack, a vitriol attack or vitriol age, is a form of violent assault defined as the act of throwing acid or a similarly corrosive substance onto the body of another “with the intention to disfigure, maim, torture, or kill.”Perpetrators of these attacks throw acid at their victims, […] Read more»

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The Gulabi Gang

The Heroic story of the work of women in pink sarees and the shield of a stick that have formed the largest organization in UP to recieve justice when the rest of the nation has given up on the system.
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Inception of the  Gulabi Gang Sampat Pal Devi is an Indian social activist from Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradesh, North India  is the founder of the Gulabi Gang, an Uttar Pradesh-based social organization, works for women welfare and empowerment. Sampat Pal Devi was married to a resident of the Banda […] Read more»

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