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Meghana H. R. is a research scholar at Department of Communication, Bangalore University and Assistant Professor at College of Journalism and Mass Communication at a private university in Bangalore. She identifies herself as a work-in-progress-feminist who is relearning the notions of gender which are intensely woven into the social fabric of Indian culture. Her research interests span through Anthropology, Media Theories, Gender Studies, Semiotics and Popular Culture. She is optimistic and believes that the world can be a better place simply by being kind to fellow earthlings.

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Despite the design of the national flag being popularly credited to Pingali Venkayyah, Surayya Tyabji was the one who came up the final design.

These Are The 15 Women Who Helped Draft The Indian Constitution

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On this Republic Day, let us take a look at the fifteen powerful women who helped draft the Indian Constitution.
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Velu Nachiyar was the first Indian ruler to fight and triumph against the British in 1780, 77 years before the First War of Independence.

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