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You Can Call Me ‘Kaali’, But The Mirror Says I’m The Fairest Of Them All

  We Indians are obsessed with fair skin and we judge people based on their complexion more often than not taking their skin color as the topmost parameter especially when we are looking for a spouse. People are very blatant in their behavior when they see a dark complexioned person …

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Dentist husband stabs wife to death over a tiff….sits by the body for 3 hours

Mumbai: Couples having  a tiff is nothing new. But in this shocking incident, a 38 year old dentist from Mumbai stabbed his wife to death over a financial disagreement on Sunday morning while their 4 year old son slept in the next room. After killing his wife Tanuja(36) over the …

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Meet Pakistan’s first woman to join the Bomb Disposal Unit

Rafia Qaseem Baig is a 29 year old woman who has become the first female to join the Bomb Disposal Unit in Pakistan in a place which has experienced a number of terror attacks in the recent past. She will start a training for 15 days along with 31 men …

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Mary Kom To Go back to Light Flyweight: ‘Just Watch what I do’

The fire back in her belly after overcoming the Olympic heartbreak, celebrated Indian woman boxer Mary Kom has decided to go back to the light flyweight 48kg division amid speculation that it is among the two categories that the International Boxing Association (AIBA) is pushing for inclusion in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. …

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Good Morning India!: Trouble in Paradise, The Gender Role Reversed Marriage

I am a 34 year old woman and my husband is 23. It was an arranged marriage and we’ve been married since 6 years. My husband, however, is making it impossible for me to peacefully continue this marriage and as a result I and my family are suffering. He is …

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IAS officer shares experience about a woman officer’s resignation letter…..not submitted by her

There is talk of women empowerment, but it’s just that… talk. Women be it educated, illiterate, young, old do suffer humiliation at the hands of their counterparts. Gender inequality is so very present and thriving even among the highly educated circles of our society. One such incident has resurfaced again …

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Marital Rape: The silent killer

While most of the developed countries around the world have criminalised marital rape, but in India it is a gruesome reality. Marital rape takes place when a husband imposes intercourse on his wife either by force or threat of force or when the wife’s consent is missing. In India, the concept …

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After 9 months of pregnancy, a Chennai woman got the shock of her life!

Chennai: Aseena Begum is going through mental anguish for the past few days when after a waiting period of nine long months, she was told that she was never pregnant in the first place. “I had been going to the government hospital for regular checkups for the last eight months,” …

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Good Morning India! : India’s first female professional poker player

Muskan Sethi from Delhi is not only a professional poker player but also a social worker, breaking more than just one stereotype. The 27-year-old is helping change the way the game is looked at in India, the way the world looks at India and women players and has been using …

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Good Morning India: Slap Her! Would You?

The viral video’s purpose is to exhibit how even young children can question the violent treatment of women. While the video is a step in the right direction, there is a need to broaden the message- that violence must not be inflicted on anybody- irrespective of gender, race, class.

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