THE NEWS IN PROPORTION
11 JULY 2020
Women
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY
The curse of Kala-azar

Left to fend for themselves while their men are away looking for work elsewhere, poor women find themselves trapped between the quackery of the limited medical attention they can access and the social binds of their families. Puja Awasthi reports.

Women's Health BIHAR Women
WOMEN ON WHEELS
The gender gap in pedalling

More and more people are considering cycling as an option for their daily commutes to work. Women's participation in this change, however, is still low, and a lot of barriers need to be overcome, writes Sathya Sankaran.

Cities Culture Women
RURAL WOMEN
Unheard and unknown they lead

Issues that affect underprivileged women have not got enough attention in the mainstream feminist movements in India. Yet the women from rural areas and from lower classes and castes have been leading struggles for their rights, says Navya P. K.

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