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Gender equality begins at home

Fifty percent of us are women. And there is a Women’s Day, yes. Yet, there are scores of stories about the struggles, achievements, journeys, and worries of women in our cities. We cannot cram all

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A haven of harmony

A childhood’s memories Of looking and waiting For something exciting From the grove of coconut trees A busy woodpecker An agile tree climber Two young boys Who made little noise If we missed these We

Dashing through the streets

Loud thinking

  After mindlessly surfing the networking world, I finally thought I’ll write something. What then shall I write about? The current hot topics are Women’s Reservation Bill & IPL. Forget IPL, everyone wants to write

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Women Unlimited!

Noticed a group of energetic, charming ladies with warm smiles and welcoming voices convening in East End Circle (Jayanagar, 9th block) on Saturday afternoons? If yes, they may be the empowered women from Stree Jagruti

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Women of this World

  Women with courage, strength and patience. Supporting their children and each other. Speaking out against violence at home and outside. Despite the pain of abuse and the threat of ostracization and backlash. In India,