Monthly Archives: April 2016

Wake up the DURGA in you

The Navratras end today. Temple bells are ringing off their hinges, severely affecting the heavenly slumber of more than a million gods and goddesses. Devotees throng the temples to pray in earnest. Elaborate ceremonies are held at home for little … Continue reading

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Nearly one out of four men in a United Nations study of 10,000 men in Asia admitted to having committed rape and marital rape was by far the most common type of rape, followed by the rape of an intimate … Continue reading

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Equality Before Pay is Earned

 “I cannot take the risk; there is so much violence and my daughter may be hurt”…such comments were common amongst parents (both fathers and mothers) in several villages of Sonipat and Panipat districts of Haryana. Nearly 72% of households surveyed … Continue reading

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Calm Tides of Change

PRIA has the methodology of working with youth to instigate change under Kadam Badhao Campaign. Learning to work with youth requires us to unlearn and then understand the context before we enter the field. Sudha Samyukta’s free verse has been … Continue reading

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