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Media Misrepresentation Is Damaging, Says Saudamini Pethe, 1st Deaf Indian Woman To Do LLB

As a Deaf woman, Saudamini Pethe had an extra set of constraints on the way to achieving her goals, only making her trail more inspiring.

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How Being Queer Is A Very Personal Experience That Needs Less Of The Labelling
The World That Belongs To Us

Reading The World That Belongs To Us – An Anthology of Queer Poetry from South Asia proved to me that being queer is a very personal and complex experience that defies labels.

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Be Ready For A Punch In The Gut With Award Winning Assamese Short Film Tell Me It’s Grey
Tell Me It's Grey

Life needs to go on, even when all things are not seemingly perfect and when obstacles block the way. Watch Tell Me It's Grey.

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Oscars Announce New Diversity & Inclusion Standards For Best Picture, But Is The Bar Set Too Low?
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The Oscars have announced a new set of representation and inclusion criteria that aim to revolutionise diversity at all levels, but will these bring in any real change?

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A Household Name, Zomato Gives Paid Period Leave To Female & Trans Employees In An Inclusive Step
Zomato gives paid period leave

Zomato gives paid period leave in an inclusive move for both women and trans employees. Being a household name, the awareness hopefully reaches deeper.

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Nepotism In Films Can Be Tackled In Constructive Ways, Say 4 People Who’ve Struggled To Make A Name
nepotism in films

The outcry against nepotism in films and the hegemony of star kids might have a solution, if only these recommendations are considered.

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