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Feminism in 21st Century: All Bark and No Bite?

A voyage back in time to the most revolutionary day unearths a story of its kind:  The Women’s Rights Convention held in 1848 painted an immediate change- women ...

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Exponential Impacts: Women Tech Enthusiasts Chip In For Artificial Intelligence

“Success in creating full Artificial Intelligence would be the greatest event in human history.”

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Snapshots Make All The Difference In The World For UN’s 17 Goals

The United Nations has proposed 17 goals and 169 targets as the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) for a more sustainable environment. The target or the self-imposed dead...

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Redeeming A Vow To 120 Million Women And Girls

Raising a family is a balancing act. Last week, the world celebrated “World Population Day” by not rejoicing the spur of populous sperms scrawling to the brim o...

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Jungles: An Innovative Take AtFilming Wilderness

Hurtling through a sea of stars, many stories lay entrenched deep in the skins of earth. Of these, the jade-like jungles hold the history and key to life on earth. BBC Eart...

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About Time: A Need To Quell Victimising Child Artistes

The drama realm of the Indian cinema and the reality shows have long been churning out massive profits plus harboring TRPs and a dedicated viewership owing to the child art...

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Resurfacing from the Dark: The World Is Headed Towards A Brighter Change

Last week, the world witnessed pantomimic celebration across all platforms on World Population Day. However, the consequence of an ever expanding population is not a matter...

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Sliver Of Light: The Transgender Community Gets A Lease On Life

The Kochi Metro Rail announced its service inauguration with grand zest and the Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi himself gracing the event. However the main highlight is ...

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Why Women Don’t Run For Office


A new survey sponsored by POLITICO WOMEN, American University and Loyola Marymount University, finds that the last election in the United States of America, has mobil...

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It’s 2017: Women in Developing Countries Wish to Space Out Pregnancy but Have No Access to Contraception.

Women these day say that the developing countries want to avoid pregnancy or either postpone it, but not by using the latest available contraception methods. According to G...

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Asia’s largest film making challenge, India film project, calls for entries!

Mumbai, July, 2017: Asia’s largest content creation festival, India Film Projec...

July 22 2017

WE Day Special: Change is in the Air

Making a difference no longer stays restricted to a certain age group. If one is comm...

July 22 2017

Meri Durga: Out-striding the Indian Orthodoxy

The Indian Television drama seems to haveshunned cooking its clichéd kitchen p...

July 22 2017