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Ayushmita Samal

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Ayushmita is a gender and sexuality educator, an amateur researcher, and a Freelance Consultant with an interest in Policy and Development with a gendered approach. She carries a notebook each time she goes to the movies, to jot down all the problematic instances of the film she can rant about later. She is a plant mother and contrary to popular belief, naming plants does not mean she is a loner.

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BJP's cabinet reshuffle has been praised and well-received by the people for being more representative but it is important to note how it is equally symbolic and tokenistic.
How Did Sati Get Abolished In India?

How Did Sati Get Abolished In India?

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The history of Sati shows that women’s bodies were the ground on which the war of authenticity was fought among the British and the elites.
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Sustainable Fashion: Exploring The Possibilities Of Thrift Shopping

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