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Amazing Women - A New Series on B'Khush

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Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure” - Nelson Mandela
 

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Short Film "IN Transit" - Released on Youtube

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 In Transit, based on a true story that award winning producer /writer/actor SunilSadarangani experienced at a bus-stop in Los Angeles,has been released globally via YouTube.

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Khap Panchayats - The Ruthlessness Continues

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 I am watching a documentary, ‘Izzatnagari Ki Asabhya Betiyaan’(The Immoral Daughters in the Land of Honor), it is disturbing to say the least and talks about the tradition of Khap Panchayat and its ruthlessness in dealing with those young people who rebel against their clan or Gotra ( clan) and fall in love or marry those whom they want to rather than those ‘arranged’ for them by their parents.

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Doctor KK Talwar of the Medical Council of India

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 You are a disgusting man. How dare you sit on a public platform and act like you’re doing the country a favor by merely existing? Did you not feel even an ounce of remorse for every single person whose life has been destroyed by the malpractice of sick doctors? And when you were question by Aamir Khan as to a commitment, you simply shook your head. Sick.

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The Homemakers of West Bengal Donning New Hats!

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 It’s a beautiful Monday morning here. Hubby just left for an early morning meeting, the little one happily enjoying the morning siesta. Holding on to my morning cuppa I thought this is the apt time to call a friend of mine in India. She’s a home-maker, a mother of two. She stays with her family in a remote part of West Bengal. We haven’t met for years now but every time we catch up on phone its with the same zeal and fervor that we exchange stories of our lives. This time the excitement was much more than expected.

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Rules that Govern the Universe

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 In the early half of April 2012, News headlines all over the world screamed- ‘Miss Universe pageant to allow transgender contestants’
Different reactions from various parts of the world poured in, with some expressing outrage, some commenting on its implications on the other so called ‘normal’ contestants and others commenting on the very validity of the pageant. In one of the websites that carried the news, a user commented- “The contest is already full of fake breasts, what's the big deal about one fake vagina?”

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James Cameron's Dive into the Mariana Trench

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 "People call me a perfectionist, but I'm not. I'm a rightist. I do something until its right, and then I move on to the next thing"—James Cameron.

Born to an Engineer father and nurse mother on 16th of August 1954 in Kapuskasing Ontario, Canada. James Francis Cameron honoured with United States Citizenship after he left for the country in 1971. He earned his graduation in Physics from California State University. In 1980, he started his professional film career as Art Director.

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The Vagina Fairologues

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 I don’t understand what the big drama is about vaginas. Women all over the world will tell you that we pay a lot of attention to all aspects of our body but very little to our vaginas. All of a sudden, we’ve put the Indian women's vagina under the microscope.

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Who cares? It’s High Time That We Do

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How many of us have heard of the sporting event Paralympics? Unfortunately, not many.It is indeed regrettable that while the media goes on an overdrive trying to cover events like IPL, there is almost negligible space awarded for games which focus on the sporting finesse of physically challenged athletes.
With its pioneering efforts, Civilian Welfare Foundation (non-government and non- profit venture) hopes to spread the good word around and in turn bring in the much needed funds to sustain and keep these brave athletes enthused.

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Suu Kyi’s Victory: Beginning of a New Era

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At last, 66 years old, Suu Kyi, a Nobel Peace Prize winner had won an outright victory. It is also a landslide victory for her party, National League for Democracy with 40 seats of 45. The election was held on 01.04.2012, Sunday.

 

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