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Transport in Rural India  #Greg Marinovich #Bihar

Transport in Rural India Marinovich

Fed up with abusive husbands and corrupt officials, India’s poorest women dressed in pink saris are banding together to fight corruption and injustice and to raise their voices against the system.The Gulabi (Rose) or “Pink Gang” fights for the rights of women and other marginalized people in rural India.

would love to talk to her (apparently she's the leader). India's Pink Gang -kimm (Fighting the

In urban #India, the availability of water is taken for granted. However, in many villages of rural India women have to walk about 2.5 km to get water for their daily needs. That too, twice a day.

In urban the availability of water is taken for granted. However, in many villages of rural India women have to walk about km to get water for their daily needs.

A woman from West Bengal in India harvesting her crops. In India, 74.5 percent of rural women are agricultural workers but only 9.3 percent own the land.  (Photo: UN Women/Ashutosh Negi)

A woman from West Bengal in India harvesting her crops. In India, percent of rural women are agricultural workers but only percent own the land. (Photo: UN Women/Ashutosh Negi)

#About Jehanabad City.

Indian Rural Areas and Life Opportunities (Mix) Life in rural India is a peaceful life and actually safer for young women than living in .

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