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"The suicide rate for housewives was more than triple the rate of farmer suicides in 2014."
Almost 11 housewives per 100,000 people commit suicide while the overall rate is more than triple the rate of farmer suicides in 2014. But, why the silence?
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"In his last decade Gandhi was a lonely and miserable person. I think he called these young women – Anu and Abha – to be his companions to seek relief," writes T, Vijayendra.
It seems most of these activities took place in the last decade of his life, though he had declared himself a celibate as early as 1906.
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And they are about far more than 'looks' or 'becoming thin'.
People think eating disorders are for 'skinny bitches/thin girls/model wannabes', and they throw jokes and statements like they mean nothing.
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"I want to wear the clothes of my choice and walk down the road without those bloodshot eyes scrutinising my skin."
My greatest wish is to pass each day without being a prey to sexual perverts as I commute to and fro. It is a prayer more than a wish for me.
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The power of the community. :)
This pond in the Karasangal village of Chennai, Tamil Nadu was almost turned into an official community dumping yard complete with construction debris.
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This could affect you or someone you know too.
This cool, animated video explains a very real problem that infringes upon the basic human rights of millions and millions of people around the world.
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Over 5,800 graduates had been given an offer of intent as well, that defined their salaries and terms of employment.
In Chennai, students along with KPF volunteers urged the investors and general public to boycott L&T Infotech as it had denied promised jobs.
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A protester also said that after the announcement of the rally, they had received threats from groups of right-wing people.
Slogans like "Kashmir maange azaadi" and "Manipur maange azaadi" were raised. There were also solidarity messages from the Bastar Solidarity Network.
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"African-Americans receive, on average, 10% longer sentences than their white counterparts, for the same crimes. Black wealth is typically 6% of white wealth."
Despite numerous facts telling otherwise, white Americans will spout nonsense about 'reverse racism' just as many in India will bemoan reservations.
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Dr. Khokar from AIIMS, part of a special team of 3 doctors who was sent to Srinagar to treat the injured, said: "Violence is not an option. It (pellet guns) shouldn’t be used here or anywhere".

Journalist Daanish Bin Nabi speaks to Dr. Kaisar Ahmad on how the hospital is coping with the large number of incoming patients.
Shri Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital has been at the forefront for treating injured youth in the violent unrest in Kashmir following Burhan Wani's death.
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"I was afraid of going to the gynaecologist because I thought she might get to know, by looking at my vagina, that I was masturbating and would inform my mother."

Nishtha Relan smashes the taboo around female masturbation.
I wish I had some close, non-judgemental friend or a teacher to discuss it with.
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Today, this school is fighting the stress, loneliness and stigma faced by people with disabilities and their families. Watch how.
The village's act of will soon caught the attention of the United Nations Development Programme and it received a boost by way of access to specialist staff
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An online platform for young people to express themselves on critical issues
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Youth Ki Awaaz is an award winning online platform for the youth to express themselves on issues of importance. 

Based on the new media and online journalism format, it is one of the few websites in the world dedicated towards creating awareness and generating a sense of volunteerism and activism among the youth.

Our award winning work-from-home online journalism internship program mentors and coaches participants in online journalism skills exposing them to real time reporting, research, editing, etc. while helping them address issues in the right manner. More athttp://www.youthkiawaaz.com/internships