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'Men need to start talking about menstrual hygiene. Period!' believes Urmila Chanam

A bike rally will be held at India Gate in Delhi to bring changes in the policy for rural India about menstrual hygiene

Published on 5th August 2018
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 This Vellore-based NGO is empowering Dalit women to fight for their land-rights

Thendral Movement helps Dalit women get their own land through training programmes, counselling, documentation and legal support 

Published on 12th May 2020
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19-year-old Hyderabad girl selected to visit US for women's leadership programme 

Hasna Hasan is going to the US for a five-week programme for a programme that will be funded by the US Department of State

Published on 7th March 2018
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A growing population calls for increased expenditure in education: Educationist Racquel Shroff

Shroff's Indian Career Education and Development Council (IECDC) conducted a career fair at the Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Ashok Nagar to help students transition into the workforce

Published on 14th March 2019
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Andhra Pradesh State Women Commission member tells girls to keep off FB, WhatsApp and love

Speaking at the same meeting in Srikakulam, District Child Protection Officer K V Ramana said that they have rescued about 800 children in the district since 2014

Published on 1st December 2018
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As the Ministry of Defence mulls over recruiting women for combat roles, these women officers are all for it

The armed forces have always been thought of as a man's job, but with the Indian Army mulling over recruting women in combat roles, senior female officers see a progression towards women empowerment

Published on 19th September 2017
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At Barefoot College, people with degrees aren't given admission. Here's why

This college in Tilonia, Rajasthan built by the poor, managed by the poor and owned by the poor is empowering several women and children in vocational skills

Published on 25th August 2018
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Award-winning Bengal teachers discuss development of students from marginalised communities

The webinar was conducted by Sandipon Dasgupta, FPO, Chuchura and Sudipta Biswas, FPO, Medinipur

Published on 12th September 2020
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Being Archana Soreng: How a young tribal girl from Odisha went on to address the United Nations

When in school, Archana had participated in an essay-writing competition that required her to find out about her own tribal community and that's where her journey really began. This is how it went on

Published on 7th October 2020
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BHU students assaulted by ABVP for organising events to celebrate gender equality

When the students were not perturbed by their chants, the ABVP members allegedly pushed a cow, which was passing by, towards them

Published on 24th September 2018
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Bitten by the charity bug? Just Donatekart

Donatekart, an online crowdsourcing platform, lets you donate products that NGOs really require so that your philanthropy is not misdirected

Published on 16th May 2018
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Chandigarh University announces admissions-2021 for distance education programmes

The Institute of Distance and Online Learning of Chandigarh University has announced admissions for January-2021 with focus on technology driven learning

Published on 10th February 2021
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Chandigarh University launches Women Empowerment Scholarship Programme for all its distance courses

Currently, Chandigarh University offers five Under-Graduate and five Post-Graduate programs in the field of Commerce, Management, IT, Humanities and Tourism through Distance Education mode

Published on 11th May 2020
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Chinmayanand case: Will the system be just to the law student rape survivor?

We talk to experts on women and legal issues about why the former minister's arrest needs to be sctutinised in detail

Published on 21st September 2019
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Chuppi Tod app launched in Bihar against child marriage, sexual harassment

Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil, the first openly gay prince in India, also lauded the Chuppi Tod strategy and said that he missed the much needed safe space being provided

Published on 19th December 2018

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