Sunday, March 06, 2016
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NO ONE SAID, `RAIN, RAIN GO AWAY':
Even the rains couldn't dampen the spirit of Dilliwallahs, who came out in good numbers to be a part of this Sunday's CP Raahgiri, supported by the Times of India. This Sunday , Raahgirs got to watch nukkad nataks by Wake Up India Foundation and Mukhauta ­ the theatre group of Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences For Women.The plays dealt with the subjects of menstruation and homosexuality , respectively.










WALK FOR GENDER EQUALITY: With United Nations announcing the 2016 theme for International Women's Day as `Step It Up For Gender Equality', UN Women, an agency under the UN, organized a walk at Raahgiri.Many Raahgirs were seen participating in the walk. “For women around the world, gender equality remains elusive. Keeping that in mind, we are calling all men and women to support us and work towards this cause,“ shared Rebecca Tavares, repr esentative, UN Women Multi Country Of fice for India.
POLITICAL DIS CUSSIONS TOO A PART OF THIS RAAH GIRI: Looks like Raahgiri Day has become a place for political discussions too.Amid all the fun, we spotted a group of youngsters engrossed in a heated discussion over JNU student union leader Kanhaiya Kumar and the controversy surrounding him.
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