Women's History
Why Have All Religions Been Universally Disastrous For Women?

Take any religion, no matter what the tenets, women have always suffered. If religions are often at loggerheads about so many things, why do they all agree on controlling women?

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At 15, The Fiery Saraswathi Rajamani Was The Youngest Spy To Join India’s Freedom Movement
Saraswathi Rajamani

Saraswathi Rajamani joined Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose's Indian National Army at 16, as a spy, and has lived a sensational life that seems like fiction now. She passed away in January this year.

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Maya Angelou Faced Abuse In Early Life, But Rose Above It All To Become Truly Inspiring!
Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou’s poems were called the national anthems of the African American people. Her early life had a lot of horrifying elements, but she lived gracefully to the end.

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The First Indian Woman To Record Her Music, Gauhar Jaan Paved The Way For Future Singers
Gauhar Jaan

Gauhar Jaan. The name conjures up almost mythical images of courtly splendour, Hindustani classical music, and gramophone records. Who was she, and what is her story?

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Done With 15th Aug? Here’s Why Patriotism Helps Women, Not Nationalism
patriotism and nationalism

The rising nationalism in the country is a pernicious problem, especially for women who suffer as soft targets, v/s patriotism that empowered them to step out and come into their own.

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8 Women Supreme Court Judges Since Independence

Indira Banerjee was recently sworn-in as a Supreme Court judge. It is a historical moment as the Indian apex court for the first time has three sitting women judges at a time.

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