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Aruna Asaf Ali
Aruna Asaf Ali: Remembering The Legacy Of A Political Activist Who Fought Against All Odds

Way ahead of her time, educator & political activist Aruna Asaf Ali remains an inspiration to all Indian women who dream of great heights.

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Real Equality Possible Only With More Feminist Women At The Top In Decision Making
Her Right to Equality

Very few Indian men will give up their privileges, or stand by women demanding their rights. Her Right to Equality edited by Nisha Agrawal from the Rethinking India Series addresses these issues.

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‘She Leads’ Is A Collaborative Effort To Prepare Indian Women For A Career In Politics
She Leads

As Indian women, we don’t have an option to sit back and not be a part of Politics - She Leads fills the gap to nurture women for this male bastion.

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‘News Line Is It Anyway’ Cutting Through The Noise So That You Can Debate Both Sides
News Line is it Anyway

Today's news is a careful balance between speed and accuracy. News Line Is It Anyway gets it to you in a well thought out, nuanced way.

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Dear Babul Supriyo, I Am A Proud ‘Aunty’ Who Is No One’s Paraya Dhan!

Union Minister Babul Supriyo's tweet about TMC’s election campaign slogan reeked of all kinds of ageism and misogyny. Will this ever stop?

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Nigeria’s Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala First Woman Elected Director-General Of World Trade Organization
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

Breaking many stereotypes about women, money, and leadership, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala from Nigeria has been elected the first woman Director-General of the World Trade Organisation.

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