Seeds of patriarchy yoking Women in Agriculture

Seeds of patriarchy yoking Women in Agriculture New Delhi, March 10 (G’nY news service): Though agriculture forms the backbone of India’s economy, the share of women in agriculture has remained steady at just a little over 30 per cent. It is complicated by the fact that there are pockets that suffer severe outmigration, where women […]

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Green alternatives to Bloody Plastics – the saga of sanitary napkins

New Delhi, March 5 (G’nY news service): The modern sanitary napkins are made of plastic and a potentially toxic chemical-dioxin that can cause scores of diseases in the individual from intermittent rashes to even cancer. The government has turned a blind eye towards this problem. Moreover, the problem is taking a toxic turn with used […]

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