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    STAR BHARAT Inspires the Nation to ‘Bhula De Darr’

    Mumbai, August 20, 2017: Star India, announced the launch of STAR BHARAT from the 28th of August 2017, 6 pm onwards. Star Bharat will showcase inspirational stories about journeys of strong and fearless characters that rise for the collective. 

    STAR BHARAT Inspires the Nation to ‘Bhula De Darr’

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    Mumbai, August 20, 2017: Star India, announced the launch of STAR BHARAT from the 28th of August 2017, 6 pm onwards. Star Bharat will showcase inspirational stories about journeys of strong and fearless characters that rise for the collective. 

    Now Bhadaas Café Has Become The Identity Of Modern Indore

    Bhadaas café is becoming famous in Indore day by day. Bhadaas is India’s only café where you can get rid of your anger in your own way which causes depression, jealousy, frustration etc.  That too with full security and confidential manner, so that it would not harm your personal and professional life.

    Now Bhadaas Café Has Become The Identity Of Modern Indore

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    Bhadaas café is becoming famous in Indore day by day. Bhadaas is India’s only café where you can get rid of your anger in your own way which causes depression, jealousy, frustration etc.  That too with full security and confidential manner, so that it would not harm your personal and professional life.

    Organic Food Products Authorized Franchise Store in Indore

    Indore:The increasing health consciousness promotes organic farming.The harmful chemical fertilizer and pesticides are not used in the organic farming because these are harmful to human body. 

    Organic products are grown from traditional farming; therefore, these are safe to health. Organic products are full of anti oxidants that increase the resistance power which protects us from disease.

    Organic Food Products Authorized Franchise Store in Indore

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    Indore:The increasing health consciousness promotes organic farming.The harmful chemical fertilizer and pesticides are not used in the organic farming because these are harmful to human body. 

    Organic products are grown from traditional farming; therefore, these are safe to health. Organic products are full of anti oxidants that increase the resistance power which protects us from disease.

    Amazing Personal Finance Tips by Ian Filippini of Filippini Financial Group

    The personal finance experts like Ian Filippini of Filippini Financial Group are pushing for consumers to understand the importance of saving more and spending less. One the other side, the sellers are expecting you to pay more. They bang upon the impulse purchase trend like ‘once in a lifetime offer'. And invariably they urge you to act immediately as if not to lose a golden egg. It may appear to be a simple concept to incorporate the saving idea into your life and not to fall into the trap of unearthly promises.

    Amazing Personal Finance Tips by Ian Filippini of Filippini Financial Group

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    The personal finance experts like Ian Filippini of Filippini Financial Group are pushing for consumers to understand the importance of saving more and spending less. One the other side, the sellers are expecting you to pay more. They bang upon the impulse purchase trend like ‘once in a lifetime offer'. And invariably they urge you to act immediately as if not to lose a golden egg. It may appear to be a simple concept to incorporate the saving idea into your life and not to fall into the trap of unearthly promises.

    5 Things Not to Do After a Car Accident


    The best way to avoid a car accident is not to bring your vehicle on the road, which isn’t possible. No matter how careful a driver you are, car accidents happen. While you all know what to do after you meet with a car accident— checking the car for damage or calling for help— but do you know what NOT to be done after an accident? Here are the top five things not to do after a car accident:   

    5 Things Not to Do After a Car Accident

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    The best way to avoid a car accident is not to bring your vehicle on the road, which isn’t possible. No matter how careful a driver you are, car accidents happen. While you all know what to do after you meet with a car accident— checking the car for damage or calling for help— but do you know what NOT to be done after an accident? Here are the top five things not to do after a car accident:   

    Why is Car Insurance Mandatory?

    With the steady increase in road accidents leading to damage to both the vehicles and people involved, the Government saw that it was necessary to intervene.

    Why is Car Insurance Mandatory?

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    With the steady increase in road accidents leading to damage to both the vehicles and people involved, the Government saw that it was necessary to intervene.

    Bohra Women Speak Out Against FGM

    Female genital mutilation has long been recognized as a violation of human rights. International human rights organizations such as the UN and Unicef along with the World Health Organization and Forward have been vocal in denouncing the cruel practice. While widespread cases have been reported in Africa, though, it’s always been a well-kept secret in countries like Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and India. It’s also practiced in many parts of Indonesia. 
    India’s small Muslim community, Bohras, continues the practice up to this day.

    The Bohras

    The Bohras are part of a Shia sect that originated from Yemen and settled in the country around the 16th century. Today, Bohra populations are found mostly in Maharashtra and Gujarat. And cases of FGM abuse in these regions continue. Population-wise, the Bohras are about a million, with the Dawoodi Bohras holding the distinction for being one of the most educated in the country. However, their continued practice of FGM puts the sect under the scrutiny of various human rights groups. And after years of suffering in silence or anonymous protests, Bohra women are finally fighting back, reports Divya Bhaskar on Gujarati news live.

    Changing the Future

    Masoma Ranalvi recounts the trauma of being subjected to female genital mutilation at the age of seven. Along with other Bohra women, she launched a Change.Org petition to ask the government to put an end to the inhumane practice. Ranalvi argues that the thought that women shouldn’t enjoy sex or that ensuring women don’t enjoy sex to make sure she doesn’t stray is an idea that smacks of patriarchal bigotry. In 2012, the UN General Assembly already submitted a resolution to put an end to FGM across the world. That resolution was key in influencing many countries to ban the practice. 
    But no such law exists in India and the Bohras still subject their children and women to the practice, locally known as khatna or female circumcision. That is, until Change.org’s petition last month. The organization seeks to change the law in order to have the practice banned for good. 
    Some believe that FGM exists because no one ever questions it. Well, the group’s message is loud and clear: they want it to stop and they want it to stop now.

    The Harmful Effects

    FGM leads to a host of harmful effects. There’s the psychological damage and trauma from the experience. More pressing and alarming, though, is the risk and possibility of sexual damage. Since the practice is often done by people who have no clinical or medical training, life-threatening complications can arise. Accounts of women bleeding to death after being subjected to FGM or developing sexual diseases run rampant. Given the harm inflicts, it’s no surprise that the Change.Org’s petition has been met with no less than 1,800 endorsements in less than 2 days, since it was released on Tuesday. The letter holds the signatures of 16 women, all members of the Dawoodi Bohra community, who underwent the practice as children. It marks the first time women have openly signed a petition. In the past, the community has been tightly close-lipped about the practice. The petition will go a long way in ensuring the practice is talked about and debated, and eventually, terminated. 

    Bohra Women Speak Out Against FGM

    Posted by Aman Verma No comments

    Female genital mutilation has long been recognized as a violation of human rights. International human rights organizations such as the UN and Unicef along with the World Health Organization and Forward have been vocal in denouncing the cruel practice. While widespread cases have been reported in Africa, though, it’s always been a well-kept secret in countries like Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and India. It’s also practiced in many parts of Indonesia. 
    India’s small Muslim community, Bohras, continues the practice up to this day.

    The Bohras

    The Bohras are part of a Shia sect that originated from Yemen and settled in the country around the 16th century. Today, Bohra populations are found mostly in Maharashtra and Gujarat. And cases of FGM abuse in these regions continue. Population-wise, the Bohras are about a million, with the Dawoodi Bohras holding the distinction for being one of the most educated in the country. However, their continued practice of FGM puts the sect under the scrutiny of various human rights groups. And after years of suffering in silence or anonymous protests, Bohra women are finally fighting back, reports Divya Bhaskar on Gujarati news live.

    Changing the Future

    Masoma Ranalvi recounts the trauma of being subjected to female genital mutilation at the age of seven. Along with other Bohra women, she launched a Change.Org petition to ask the government to put an end to the inhumane practice. Ranalvi argues that the thought that women shouldn’t enjoy sex or that ensuring women don’t enjoy sex to make sure she doesn’t stray is an idea that smacks of patriarchal bigotry. In 2012, the UN General Assembly already submitted a resolution to put an end to FGM across the world. That resolution was key in influencing many countries to ban the practice. 
    But no such law exists in India and the Bohras still subject their children and women to the practice, locally known as khatna or female circumcision. That is, until Change.org’s petition last month. The organization seeks to change the law in order to have the practice banned for good. 
    Some believe that FGM exists because no one ever questions it. Well, the group’s message is loud and clear: they want it to stop and they want it to stop now.

    The Harmful Effects

    FGM leads to a host of harmful effects. There’s the psychological damage and trauma from the experience. More pressing and alarming, though, is the risk and possibility of sexual damage. Since the practice is often done by people who have no clinical or medical training, life-threatening complications can arise. Accounts of women bleeding to death after being subjected to FGM or developing sexual diseases run rampant. Given the harm inflicts, it’s no surprise that the Change.Org’s petition has been met with no less than 1,800 endorsements in less than 2 days, since it was released on Tuesday. The letter holds the signatures of 16 women, all members of the Dawoodi Bohra community, who underwent the practice as children. It marks the first time women have openly signed a petition. In the past, the community has been tightly close-lipped about the practice. The petition will go a long way in ensuring the practice is talked about and debated, and eventually, terminated. 

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