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Empty Stomachs And Tattered Notebooks Are Their Reality, India’s Children Need You

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Only one-third of India’s population, which totals more than one billion, is literate. Among the top 10 countries, India has the fourth-highest percentage of primary-aged children who are not in school. Discussions on the educational system and education for the underprivileged have long been and continue to be one of…

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6 Indian Entrepreneurs Who Are Also Philanthropists

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While we often appreciate and respect the entrepreneurial spirit and the heights of success that many Indian entrepreneurs have achieved, we often forget about the lives they’ve impacted in the process. There are several entrepreneurs who not only dedicate their time and efforts to their company or work but also…

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6 Inspiring LGBTQIA+ Achievers You Need To Know About 

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If they seebreasts and long hair comingthey call it woman,if beard and whiskersthey call it man:but, look, the self that hoversin betweenis neither mannor womanO Rāmanātha. -Lingayat poet Devara Dasimayya The land that once celebrated gender fluidity and blissfully thwarted the gender hierarchies has fallen to the trope of gender…

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5 Books With Strong Female Protagonists That You Must Read This International Day Of The Girl Child

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Books with female leads contain some of the most intriguing characters who tell compelling stories that can inspire. The way someone might define ‘strong’ can vary greatly from literal physical to emotional or intellectual strength. Regardless of what your definition of strength might be, these books are sure to leave…

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4 People Who’ve Followed Gandhian Principles To Create An Impact

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“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Mahatma Gandhi needs no introduction. Even decades after India lost one of its most prominent leaders and flag bearers of non-violence, his words, teachings and philosophy continue to inspire people across the globe. Mahatma Gandhi’s…