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With 2011 drawing to a close, we look at 10 Indian women achievers - with some interesting ‘firsts’ to their credit.
With 2011 drawing to a close, here is our look at 10 Indian women achievers – who have some interesting ‘firsts’ to their credit.
By Anne John
Education, Administration, Arts, Science, Law, Sports, Defence, Politics – the list of fields in which Indian women have excelled this year seems like an endless one indeed! Here are some path-breaking women who we noticed for their pioneering achievements. Did you come across any such inspiring women this year? Do leave a comment and tell us!
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As a working woman, if I wish to take care of my mother, why do you have a problem with it?
When I joined one of the organisations on deputation, I was asked to fill up several forms as usual.
One of the forms was related to the individual’s dependents. In that, I also filled up the name of my mother, which I had been doing since the time my father died.
Immediately the junior official exclaimed, “You can’t fill up your mother’s name as a dependent!”
Why is access to proper toilets for women still a novelty? Here's what organisations can do about it.
I have always been quite skeptical when it comes to using a public washroom.
The fear only increased once I attained menarche.
I thought I was weird for having such thoughts, but later I realised that most girls and women had this issue.
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