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Savitribai Phule Deserves Much More Celebration, As The Pioneer For Education For Girls In India

Savitribai Phule is an inspiration in more ways than one - overcoming the barrier of caste and her gender, she pioneered the education of girls in India.

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Raising Girls To Be ‘Grateful’ For What Should Be Their Right Creates Women Who Tolerate Abuse
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Our girls are raised to feel 'grateful', growing up into women conditioned to feel guilty about prioritizing themselves before their parents, spouse or children.

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Make A Difference – Let Your Used Smartphone Help An Underprivileged Girl’s Education
Give your used smartphone a second chance

The online learning model is here to stay for a long time, and those most affected are underprivileged girls. Campaign 'Give your used smartphone a second chance' by Saajha will help.

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How COVID-19 Has Compromised Education For The Already Discriminated Against Girl Child In India
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With only 16% Indian women using mobile internet services and schooling having moved to online classes, many, especially from the lower socio-economic strata, are taking their girls out of schools.

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Poor Couple’s Selling Baby Girl Reveals Dire Need For More Conversation Over Having Kids

Imagine a family which may not have enough money to raise a child. If it is a son, they'll somehow make both ends meet. But if it is a daughter?

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Punjab Chemist Naming Shop ‘Gupta & Daughters’ Is A Vital Step Towards Celebrating The Girl Child
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The need of the hour is to look beyond the traditional 'purpose' of a woman, and recognise their participation and contribution to family business. Gupta and Daughters has done that.

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