More Than 63 Millions Women Are Missing In India, And It's Okay With Us

The dark side of the world's fastest developing country.

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On January 2018, when India's economic survey report was shared with the world, the file which held the data was pink in color. But why, a lot of people asked.

Well, it was because the survey revealed disheartening statistics regarding women empowerment and the reality of women in our society. A story in The Guardian about the study exposed that more than 63 million females are 'missing' in India. 2 million girls go missing every year, either due to an untimely death, they're aborted or neglected.

Read on!

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