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16-Yr Muslim Girl Gave ‘Talaq’ To Her Husband. Reason Is An Inspiration For All The Women

16-Yr Muslim Girl Gave ‘Talaq’ To Her Husband. Reason Is An Inspiration For All The Women

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Education is very important for every person irrespective of gender and a girl from Mullickpur Mandirbazar, rural Bengal, has taken such a bold step that will definitely motivate other girls to live their dreams. We are talking about a 16-yr old Muslim girl named Mampi Khatoon who was forcibly married in 2015 by her parents; however, when her husband and in-laws denied her wish to study further, she divorced her husband. Source As per a report in TOI, the incident took place just 55 km away from the capital city Kolkata. At the time of marriage, Mampi’s husband and her in-laws agreed to let her continue studies but after marriage, they rejected her wish. Nevertheless, Mampi was not in the mood to let go her desires and she somehow passed her Madhya...
This 2-year-old Is Fighting The Same Disease That Killed His Sister 1 Week Ago

This 2-year-old Is Fighting The Same Disease That Killed His Sister 1 Week Ago

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It started with her losing balance whenever she walked. Slowly, she began to lose her motor functions. Then, she began to go deaf. The disease affected her vision also. As we watched our daughter wither away the voice we so loved disappeared. She couldn’t talk, couldn’t say our names, couldn’t remember us, and after a while couldn’t even recognize us. The seizures took over her life until she stopped breathing. At 2 years of age. Our children were perfect. We didn't even imagine they would be affected by a disease so rare and unexpected that people would take so long to even diagnose it. We lost our daughter to it. My son's symptoms have just begun to show. There's time to save his life. We are just short of the means. My d...
My Story: How Rumours & Gossipping Ruined A 15-Yr-Old Girl’s Life

My Story: How Rumours & Gossipping Ruined A 15-Yr-Old Girl’s Life

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“Every class has that one kid, the weirdo, the one who isn’t exactly fun to hang out with. The one who seems to have issues beyond comprehension. In my class, that was Priyanka Shah (name changed). Priyanka happened to be my mother’s colleague’s daughter and we lived in the same neighborhood. Priyanka did have friends – they just didn’t seem to be aware of her problems. The Shahs were an affluent family. Seven years into her marriage, Mrs. Shah (Priyanka’s mother) started showing symptoms of age regression. She started acting like a child and threw fits. Her mental age was reverted to that of a 5-year-old. She became unable to do even the most basic tasks on her own. Priyanka had to grow up seeing her mother turn into a chil...
My Story: I Was Robbed Of My Respect In Front Of 8-9 Men, And No One Came To Help

My Story: I Was Robbed Of My Respect In Front Of 8-9 Men, And No One Came To Help

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“Around 8:50 pm, I was waiting for an auto at the Panchsheel Enclave bus stop. Suddenly, a big car with about 5-6 men slowed down beside me. I could hear them giggle and mouth something but I looked away and did not react. Within seconds one of them aimed at me with a water gun. Before I knew it, my kurti was drenched in water. I threw the bottle I had in my hand on their car, ran towards them and yelled at them to stop, but they managed to flee. I noted down the car’s number before it vanished. There were 8-9 men at the bus stop and about 2-3 standing at a distance. Not one of them came to help. I stood there for a few seconds, stunned, making sense of what had happened. I was robbed of my respect and I felt like I had no right to my own body. People looked and carr...