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Jauhar Vs Padmaavat: Why well-educated Rajasthani girls joining the protest should worry us

The protest against the release of the movie "Padmaavat" is intensifying by the day. However, the participation of millennials is something that needs more attention. Here's why

Published on 24th January 2018
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Young girls in Bihar are using this app to fight child marriage and dowry abuse

Bandhan Tod is India's first ever app to successfully prevent child marriage. This UN-backed mobile-app has rescued many young girls minutes before they are married off at an early age

Published on 24th January 2018
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This Delhi-based 'Rasta' school is showing Muslim girls the path to education

Rasta's teachers went from door to door convincing parents to send their daughters to the school and then charged only Rs 40 a month and provided free books and uniforms

Published on 13th January 2018
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Almost 3K girls disappeared from Maharashtra in the first half of 2017: Devendra Fadnavis

Four special drives by the Devendra Fadnavis-led government helped find 1,613 girls between January 1 and June 30, 2016, and 645 girls this year

Published on 19th December 2017
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How School For Justice is making lawyers out of girls who were victims of human trafficking

Among the first batch of girls who were enrolled in School For Justice, seven have secured admissions in reputed law colleges in India under the 3 and 5-year programmes

Published on 17th December 2017
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Sixteen cyclists to travel from Hyderabad to Vizag to crusade for the education of underprivileged girls  

The Telanagana and AP police have offered their assistance for the rally, organised by cyclists from Umeed 1000, to raise funds for the girls of a Secunderabad school

Published on 7th December 2017
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These Chennai girls started a forum for disabled artists and kids to exhibit their art, called Kairassi

Kairassi, founded by three young women, started as a forum for disabled artists and has since extended to conducting art workshops for kids with disabilities

Published on 26th November 2017
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Meet Saleha Khan, a 17-year-old who convinces parents in Mumbai slums to send their girls to school

Saleha has been at the forefront of a unique child-led campaign, WASH4Life, where she has strongly advocated for the resolution of water and sanitation issues in her community

Published on 14th November 2017
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Odisha teen Sumitra Nayak is training girls in school to play RUGBY. Boy, are they killing it on the field or what!

Sumitra trains her juniors in Rugby and is planning a school, where education and sport go hand in hand 

Published on 14th November 2017
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According to a Rajasthan Edu Magazine, girls should sweep floor, fetch water and grind 'çhakki' to stay fit. If that's not sexist, what is? 

This health advice comes from a magazine that is brought out the Rajasthan Education Department

Published on 11th November 2017
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Good Harvest School reaps equality and social justice in the right dose and, gives girls opportunities for growth

The Good Harvest School is a one-of-a-kind green school that teaches young girls valuable lessons on agricultural practices along with their regular subjects

Published on 31st October 2017
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These DU girls are organising history walks with a twist: Their guided tour will give you a feminist perspective of everything from the Red Fort to the Mughal havelis

Go on Safarnama's Feminist History Walk to learn about the women who shaped the history of this country. We catch up with the duo that started the initiative

Published on 17th October 2017
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This NCC cadet was among the only two girls from Tamil Nadu to be selected to climb the Ladakh Peak

The climb took a lot of preparation, training and 'roughing it out' before the adventure to the summit actually began

Published on 7th October 2017
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Why Director Aparna Malladi's Girls-Only Jane Austen Book Club may be the perfect way for Hyderabadis to brush up on their classics

The filmmaker and avid reader has thought up a novel way to discuss the timeless women in Jane Austen and is sure to get a lot of like-minded people on board

Published on 31st August 2017
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I'm on my period, so? These girls talk about ditching menstrual taboos and breaking free

Long gone are the days when white was a forbidden colour during teenage and saying the word 'period' was an unimaginable sin. These tell society why it should move on

Published on 16th September 2017

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