When we started Bell Bajao, four years ago, we really wanted to look at how to change the way
in which men understood their role in addressing violence. So we shifted the frame from saying simply
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LET ME tell to you about something I heard last year which scared the wits out of me.
According to a National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) 2009-10 survey, only 22.5% of women are part of India's
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Women's entrepreneurship is not just a passing media fad and it is safe to assume that it is
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It was a humid day in Kumaratuli. The sort of humidity that weighs on you like silence where it not for
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The Sundarbans are one of the world's last wildernesses that the tiger can call home and the largest
mangrove forest in the world, a tidal natural refuge created by the meeting of
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