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‘La Gravitea’- A tea lounge with a difference

By: Varda Sharma At first glance ‘La Gravitea’ (a tea museum) at Jamshedpur, Jharkhand may look like any other tea lounge with comfortable seating arrangements, cozy atmosphere, aroma of...

From a child labourer to rescuing the likes – Anuradha’s journey of inspiration

For Anuradha Bhosle, Vice President of Avani, an NGO in Kolhapur (Maharashtra), childhood was certainly not a pleasant memory. Eleventh of the 12 children, Anuradha had to work as domestic help in...

‘Metta’- Foot Reflexology Centre run by the visually impaired

By: Varda Sharma There is calmness and serenity with light music playing at the backdrop. Lying on the back, a person experiences a total bliss as a pair of experienced hands weaves magic with their...

Candle march held in Pune to protest against Kathua, Unnao rapes

By: SNN Pune: A candle march was organized on 17th April, 2018 from Fergusson College to Rani Jhansi statue at Balgandharva Chowk, Pune to demand justice for the victims of Jammu and Kashmir’s...

Konkan Railway installs sanitary napkin vending machines on three stations on its route

Keeping in view the needs of women and as a gift for women commuters on the occasion of International Women’s Day on 8th March, Konkan Railway has installed a sanitary napkin vending machine at...

HEART CRUSADERS – Where only HEART matters

Dear readers, On behalf of STREE, we would first like to thank each one of you for your constant support, encouragement and for being a part of our family. It gives us immense pleasure to announce...

Never let the criticism of others dim your light- Prachi Kowli Thakker

By: Dr. Jayakar Ellis Prachi Kowli Thakker shot to fame after her memorable role as ‘Rakhi’ in Kasauti Zindagi Ki in 2002. Since then, Prachi has worked in more than 5 Indian television serials...

Transforming lives of Prisoners Kids through caring act

By:- Dr. Jayakar Ellis Children of prisoners are among the world’s most forgotten and destitute populations. Research conducted in more than 20 countries shows that they are poorer, more deprived...

Who is a Stree?

By: Sayan Biswas Stree comes from a Sanskrit word,which means to expand one’s self. A woman is called stree because she helps in expanding the other person in every form.When she’s a part of...

‘La Gravitea’- A tea lounge with a difference

By: Varda Sharma At first glance ‘La Gravitea’ (a tea museum) at Jamshedpur, Jharkhand may look like any other tea lounge with comfortable seating arrangements, cozy atmosphere, aroma of brewing...