From Hima Das to Tania Shergill, here are the women of today who inspire us
Tania Shergillbroke a glass ceiling by becoming the first female to lead an all men contingent held on Army Day parade on 15 January, 2020.
- In November 2019, ISRO scientist Mangala Mani became the first Indian woman to have lived in Antarctica — the coldest place on the planet — for 403 days.
LicypriyaKangujam, an eight year old climate activist from Manipur demanded the Indian government to take more steps towards climate at UN’s COP25.
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