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In Odisha Too, No Room For Strong Political Women

In India's eastern state of Odisha, the presence of women in the political arena is not a new phenomenon. ...read more

Food Is An Election Issue, Say Deoghar's Women

Thousands of women in the rural heartland of Deoghar, one of the most backward districts of Jharkhand and home to the Santhal tribals, have joined hands for a crusade against hunger and malnutrition in the region. ...read more


From London To the Andes, Devika Dass Knits A Fashion Space

UK-BORN INDIAN DEVIKA DASS IS DESTINY'S child. ...read more


An Italian In India: Sculptor Simona's Ode To Women

When Simona Bocchi, a specialist in contemporary sculpture, first landed in India four years back, she knew she couldn't be just another tourist visiting an exotic, spiritual country. ...read more

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The success story of women's political representation could well be scripted in India's rural hinterland. In April 1993, the Government of India passed the, the Constitutional (73rd Amendment) Act mandating that there should be at 33 per cent reservation for women in panchayati raj institutions (PRIs).

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