Gone are the days when working women would confine themselves to a job and keep pursuing it for donkey’s years. Today’s women believe in finding time for other causes close to their heart. For instance, a woman sub-inspector from Coimbatore has penned a book on parenting and ethical awareness.

Prabavathi Sukumar’s ‘Iniyavai Irupathu’ (Sweet 20) is a collection of 20 short stories published by Vijaya Publications revolving around the virtues of truth, honesty and self-confidence.

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The book was released at a public event presided by superintendent of police Pa Moorthy on Friday.(3rd November)

Prabavathi is a native of Pollachi. She is an active speaker-cum-adviser on issues pertaining to parenting. She has also found her place on the list of the top-performing cops in the city.

The book is a reflection of the myriad of experienced she had during her career spanning three decades.

Prabavathi has been visiting many government and private schools to conduct special classes for students and parents.

“Many families are facing lot of problems and I am creating awareness on parental care and child care. I have 38 years of experience in police department and I learnt a lot about the society. I took lessons from real life and penned the book to make our children’s future bright,” she added.

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Are you still doubting the multitasking acumen of women? Last week, a 82-year-old gynecologist astounded everyone by clinching a gold medal in the 14th Masters National Aquatic Championship organised in Mysuru.

She took to adventure sports when she was 65. The gritty woman is an inspiration for many.

SheThePeople.Tv salutes such women who do no leave a single chance to better theirs and others’ lives.

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