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Patriarchy-backed misogyny is not always explicit violence, sometimes it can look like a family celebration.
The incident took place on 21 September.
The students alleged that the police thrashed them and dragged them through hair, but DM Varanasi, who was present on the spot, denied all such claims.
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"The message overall seemed to be: you’re here, but you really don’t belong."
Manvi has been offered a full scholarship from Wellesley College in Massachusetts.
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A positive move that doesn’t warrant all the outrage.
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They kept sending her back.
Empowering women for healthier cities.
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Cops took suo moto cognisance of her viral Facebook post.
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We need to understand the acute disadvantage that women face while menstruating…
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Every third woman has experienced this.