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Sand ki Ankh review
Saand Ki Ankh Is An Inspiring Story Of Sisterhood Across Generations, Standing Up Against Patriarchy

Saand Ki Ankh is a movie worth watching, for the sheer solidarity between women who face the same adversary - patriarchy - while also being an inspiring sports film.

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The Depression You’re Going Though? It Was Once Mine Too

She was often infuriated by people who came by to visit her; Mansi suspected that people sympathized with her, and saw her as a hopeless victim.

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Cameroon Chronicles : How A Work Trip To Africa Turned Me Into A Confident Working Professional

Not a conventional risk taker, this 21-year old woman decides to go to Africa on her first work trip and this unknown country gives her inexplicable joy and a beautiful relationship to cherish. 

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When I Saw My MIL With New Eyes, I Saw A Woman Who Had Made The Best Of Her Circumstances

The author's mother-in-law lived her life for her family. Isn't that how the earlier generation lived? Shouldn't we be putting ourselves as a priority too while taking care of others?

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A Walk At Midnight, Eve Of Independence Day – To Reclaim Our Right To Delhi Streets
We Walk at Midnight

A group of women 'We Walk at Midnight' participated in a walking relay on the eve of this Independence Day, which was also the patriarchal festival of Rakshabandhan. It was an eyeopener.

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Why I Am Excited About Our Upcoming College Reunion In Goa!
reunion in Goa

College reunions are always a great idea. Especially if they held in Goa, they are FAB! Meeting old friends, catching up, "I'm excited," says the author!

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