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3 Indian Women Share Their Stories Of Making Real Change In Lives Of Marginalised Kids

Change at the grassroots level is slow, but working to lead this change can be a satisfactory and joyous journey, as these 3 women prove with their work.

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Change.Org Country Director Nida Hasan: Feminism In India Is No Longer Limited To Activists
Nida Hasan

"Women have each other to draw inspiration from, to hold one another’s hands when the going gets tough," says Change.org Country Director Nida Hasan, "and to celebrate our victories together."

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Padma Shri Thimmakka, A 105 y.o. Green Crusader, Saves 100s Of Trees From Being Axed
Thimmakka

Today is World Environment Day, and it is serendipity that just a couple of days ago, Padma Shri awardee, 105 year old Thimmakka, who has planted and nurtured 385 trees all her life, saved 100s of trees from being felled.

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22 Year Old Jabna Chauhan, Sarpanch Of Mandi, Himachal, Has Already Made Her Mark
Jabna Chauhan

Jabna Chauhan is already a Sarpanch in Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh at a youthful 22, but her feisty administration speaks for her ability in her work.

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Rema Rajeshwari IPS Is Using Social Innovation Methods To Revolutionise Policing In Telangana
Rema Rajeshwari IPS

“We are leaders and change makers. Value the opportunity to serve and make it count,” says Rema Rajeswari, the female IPS officer making great strides in creating a sensitive, proactive police force.

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India’s First Female IAS Officer Anna Rajam Malhotra Leaves Behind Her Exemplary Life’s Journey

Padma Bhushan awardee Anna Rajam Malhotra passed away yesterday. Here is a tribute to all the challenges she faced as the first female IAS officer back in 1950.

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