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Tribal Woman Rescued from Domestic Slavery

 
/ March 6, 2020

Meagre wages, zero paid offs, left over food, confinement to a specific area, restricted visits and contact with family over years is  what a woman rescued from forced domestic labor described as a normal life .

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Sarpanch Pati: The Roadblock to Women’s Political Participation

 
/ November 8, 2017

Twenty-five years after women were given 33% reservation in local self-governance bodies, many women sarpanchs remain faceless wives and daughters-in-law.

Unpacking Motherhood in the times of Bharat Mata and Gaumata

 
/ May 14, 2017

Mothers from our network reflect on challenges of balancing motherhood and work.

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This Woman Challenged Sexism at Her Own Daughter’s Wedding

 
/ April 5, 2017

Widows face a lot of discrimination in India, while widowers are free to do as they please. Watch as a community comes together to break this oppressive tradition.

Where are the women on TV?

 
/ June 24, 2011

The perfect Indian woman is all about choices and she knows how to make the right one. She’s educated, knows her rights, is empowered enough to speak her mind. She’s a smart consumer who knows what suits her and will never settle for the second best. She’s net savvy, blogs...