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Domestic Violence through my eyes

My father is, in many ways, a man of extreme discipline and organization. … Read More»

Right To A Toilet : A question of women's health, safety and dignity

Today is World Toilet Day. In 2001 the World Toilet Organization ( WTO) declared its founding day, 19th November, as World Toilet Day. … Read More»

Lost in 'secret Vrindavan'

The theme of my module 2 assignment - 'Widows of India : A Tale Of Double Misfortunes', inspired me to do a multimedia story on them. … Read More»

How To Explain India's Rape Culture

When the majority of the nation was celebrating the sentencing of the four accused in the brutal gang rape and murder of a young physiotherapist in Delhi, one of the defense lawyers of the accused, in … Read More»

The Blame Game: India's Rape Culture

"My name is Suzette Jordan and not the 'Park Street rape victim'. I was raped. But, I am alive and I want to fight." … Read More»

To reveal or not to reveal - The identity of a rape victim

Bachi Karkaria, a renowned Indian journalist and columnist recently wrote in a piece about revealing the identity of rape victims in India in order to change the equations in the "blame game", from th … Read More»

Widows Of India : A Tale Of Double Misfortunes

I always shudder at the thought I might one day be called called a -"Dakin", which means witch in Hindi. … Read More»

The 'Missing' Girls Of India: A Woman's Fight To Find The Answers

Call it mass murder. Call it female homicide. … Read More»

Seething in anger !

A country is angry again. People are seething in disgust at the apathy of the situation. But the woman in power does not care. … Read More»

Breaking The Menstrual Taboo - For girls To Remain In Schools

For decades, adolescent girls in India, have struggled with the topic of menstruation and the taboo attached to it. … Read More»

The Girl Who Decided To Break Free

S. Jeyaprabha is a regular 19 year- old- girl, belonging to the state of Tamil Nadu in India. … Read More»

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