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Posted: August 12, 2012

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Dr Mallika SarabhaiHere’s your latest installment of all the new exciting sites to visit on the World Wide Web for this week!

Mallika Sarabhai delivers a message in her TED talk about her conviction in the arts being crucial to aiding the process of changing the world, in a style purely hers.

Did the posters threatening acid attacks on women wearing jeans surprise you? asks The Indian Homemaker.

“The worst loneliness is to not be comfortable with yourself”, so says the post-it quote for the day at Operation Beautiful. Every woman is beautiful and this venture seeks to send across that message in a very novel way.

Did you think girl children are hated only in India? Read this interview with artist Soraya Nulliah who talks about female gendercide in western countries.

The natural route to beauty seems to offer much more than the synthetic products we go for. But it comes with its book of rules too. Weigh out and choose for yourself!

Let go of yourself all you busy, busy women. Here’s Maripott Abott recounting about how she took a breather to rejuvenate, relax, reconnect and retreat.

Facebook has grown from being a hangout for everyone to connect with people all over the world to a hub for all sorts of activities imaginable and otherwise too. Here’s a nice page for women to ‘like’ on Indian Women’s Health.

Watch Dr. Irene Khan, former secretary general of Amnesty International deliver a lecture on Gender Equality and women’s empowerment at the second annual Women’s Day celebration at Edinburgh University.

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Aishwarya Rajamani is an undergraduate student by day and a writer otherwise. She reads passionately

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