Daily Archives For Monday, July 28, 2014

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Lady with the Lamp

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We all know that the “Lady with the Lamp” was our very own-Florence Nightingale (12 May, 1820- 13 August 1910). She was a social reformer, statistician and founder of modern nursing. She spent her night…

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Trafficking of Women in India

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Human trafficking is the trade of humans for the purpose of forced labor, for extraction of human organs, surrogacy, forced marriage, sexual slavery or commercial sexual exploitation for the trafficker. Human trafficking is a major…

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Women of the Vedas

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When the Aryans had just migrated to India and settled in the Sapt Sindh region, or Land of the Seven Rivers, it was primarily a patriarchal society that they established. This was the Rig Vedic…

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Life in Delhi

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Life in Delhi is not easy if you are a female. The Nirbhaya gang rape in December only brought to the attention of the whole country what every girl of the capital knew all along-…

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