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A study has found that the night mode of your smartphone, adding a yellow tint to your display, may not be good for your sleep cycle.
Mahadevi Varma was much too aware of the loneliness of a woman who lived a creative life and was unrelenting in her commitment to her craft.
Admit it, we all love to procrastinate, but with a dollop of guilt. However there may be some benefits to it as well, which may ease your conscience.
Tania Shergill became the first woman parade adjutant for the Republic Day Parade. She shouldered the responsibility of executing the entire parade. This was a major milestone for women in defense.
“All students have to come to college in the prescribed dress code, every day except on Saturday. Students are prohibited from wearing ‘burkha’ in college,” read the notice issued by JD Women’s College in Patna.
It didn’t take long for the meme to reach India, and many celebrities too are posting the four-picture collage from their social media handles.
Fatima Sheikh was an educator as well as a social reformer. However, like many women who fought against injustice, she has been wiped out of Indian consciousness.
In 1896, Swarnakumari Devi opened the Sakhi Samiti. The organization provided education and shelter to women, especially orphans and widows.
Cornelia Sorabji, the first Indian woman to practice law, was an advocate for the rights of the purdahnashins – women who were forbidden from interacting with men outside of their families.
Pandita Ramabai Saraswati was a scholar, feminist and educator. She broke barriers and expectations as a Hindu woman in 19th-century India.
A crucial first step to avoiding burnout is taking care of your physical health. When our body suffers, our mind suffers as well. Stress thrives in an unhealthy body. It often leads to stress-eating.