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A young woman writes down her feelings since she comes to know she is pregnant - the hopes and dreams that are lost when she loses the baby at 8 weeks' pregnancy.
Society rarely expects married women to make anything of their careers; is that an opportunity to take more risks and do the things we love? So argues Natasha.
The author wonders why do women need to 'look married' at all and why they need the 'sindoor', 'mangalsutra' as a validation for being married.
A married woman writes a touching letter to her younger sister in law, who was close to her when she came in as a new bride, but has drifted away, now taking her for granted.
The pampered daughter can have whatever she wants. So long as those are things that don't impact the 'family honour'. After all, a girl can't ask for too much!
Love may 'just happen', but it doesn't always stay that way. These beautiful relationship tips come from a place of genuine caring - and wisdom.
Why is it that everyone supposes that now that I am married, I must pop out a baby? My family planning should be my private affair!
It took this daughter-in-law a decade to find her place in the sun, and some peace. A short story that will leave you with a bittersweet feeling. She is walking briskly across the road. Damn, she is running late for office again. She stays just ten walking minutes away from the office, and still manages […]
We always talk and dream about an equal world for men and women. Maybe, we should start with boys and girls. An equal world is not built overnight, but over generations.
Recent rape cases in India have made headlines, but what is the change on the ground?
What does a woman do when life throws her an unpleasant surprise? Read this short story to find out!
In the traditional Indian family, women's share of food tends to be overlooked. Is this changing fast enough?
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