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From Hima Das to Tania Shergill, here are the women of today who inspire us

From Hima Das to Tania Shergill, here are the women of today who inspire us
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  • Captain Tania Shergill broke 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.
  • Licypriya Kangujam, an eight year old climate activist from Manipur demanded the Indian government to take more steps towards climate at UN’s COP25.

India celebrates the National Girl Child Day on January 24 to spread awareness about women and break the cycle of decades old discrimination.This is in spite of many achievements of Indian women that have been lauded nationally and internationally.


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