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From Assam and Kashmir to Haifa in the Middle East, Women Are Leading a Global “Fight” for Peace
TBI Blogs: How a New Housing Project Is Giving Hope to Women in Kerala’s Infamous Karimadom Colony
Several teens in the area – boys and girls – are sensitive, informed and empowered to look out for themselves and their own. (Credit: Dilnaz Boga\WFS)
These Determined Teens From Maharashtra Are Helping Their Peers Fight Addiction, and More
From Pregnancy to Childbirth: How a Free Voice-Call Service Helps Women in India’s Urban Slums
Weeks after Former CM Jayalalithaa’s Demise, Amma Canteens Continue to Bring Cheer and Hope
Why Odisha’s Tribal Women Are Returning to Their Natural Roots for Guidance on Food
These Women Took on Male-Dominated Workplaces and Emerged Inspirational Winners!
2016 Belonged to These Inspiring Women Who Overcame Great Odds to Transform Lives & Communities
BOOK EXCERPT: Shubhrata Prakash Discusses Her Hardest Challenge Fighting Depression – Society
2,800 Waste Pickers in Pune Are Now Living and Working with Dignity. Thanks to One Cooperative.
Childline 1098: How the World’s Largest 24-Hour Children’s Helpline is Fighting Abuse
Here’s Why the Recent Supreme Court Verdict on Family Planning Is a Game-Changer
How Cinematographer Sophie Winqvist is Breaking Gender Norms & Fighting Biases in Bollywood
Celebrating Disabilities: Author Malini Chib Sheds New Light on Disability through Her Book
Petite, graceful, confident, exuding an old world charm…there are many words that can be used to describe the charming Begum Hamida Habibullah, who has just turned 100!
Begum Sahiba of Lucknow: At the Age of 100, Hamida Habibullah Lives on as an Iconic Figure
Members of Udaipur, Rajasthan’s first all-women police patrol squad are conscientiously maintaining a vigil at places frequented by women and girls to provide them with a sense of safety and confidence. (Credit: Renu Rakesh\WFS)
Udaipur’s Hooligans and Troublemakers Are Facing a New Terror – These Incredible Women Cops in Blue!
Meena Behera, 39, of Badamba in Cuttack district, lost her husband five years ago in a road accident. (Credit: Rakhi Ghosh\WFS)
Odisha’s Girls Are Breaking Societal Norms to Work in Cities, And They’re Not Looking Back!
MY VIEW: The UN-SDGs Say “We Can End AIDS by 2030”. Here’s How Stakeholders Are Trying to Make This Happen
After Beating Cervical Cancer, This Survivor Is Helping Others Do the Same
TBI Blogs: Tribal Women from Odisha’s Kashipur Block Are Standing up against Exploitation – One Broom at a Time
TBI Blogs: How Two Young Women Are Fighting Off Child Marriage In Order to Pursue Their Schooling
TBI Blogs: Meet Odisha’s New Generation of Young Tribal Women: Trained, Ambitious, Fearless
Book Excerpt: How an Autism Diagnosis Turned the Worlds of Two Mothers Completely Upside-Down
Book Excerpt: Sethu Lakshmi Bayi, The Feminist Queen of the House of Travancore
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