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Whether it is a 23-year old Nirbhaya or an eight-year old Asifa, no girl in India can be claimed to be safe. Attacks on women have become common for reasons ranging from revenge to absolutely no reason at all. The most common forms of attack on females are rape, molestation, kidnapping, murder, acid attacks, assault and more importantly, eve teasing, which every girl in this country has faced sometime or the other, generally in public places. Most recently, gender violence has increased to a significant number. However, even today, most rapes go largely unreported because the victims fear retaliation through...

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According to the National Family and Health Survey (NFHS), in the year 2015-16, approximately 6% of women in India, between 15 to 49 years, have experienced sexual violence at least once. You might not be one of them yet, but attackers do not come with the signboard! The above statistics are only limited to sexual violence, however, in numerous assaults going on around the world and a woman has experienced at least one of them in her lifetime. Silence is no longer an option for women. Fighting against the wrong, even alone, is much superior to the state of terror....

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We celebrate the National Girl Child's Day but ignore the poor status of Girl Safety!#10yearchallenge #girlsafety #marksafetyproducts #womensafety

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