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Law students explore MTH  issues

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Law students explore MTH issues

A Solidarity Event called ‘Miniscule and Powerful! : Acceptance of LGBT community among the youth was held on Saturday evening in Patna. Patna Law College students discussed the rights of transgenders and MTH people at a special three hour seminar organized by Pehchan North Region Office. MTH means MSM, Transgender, Hijra. Some 80 students attended […]

Miniscule, but powerful? That’s the question!

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Miniscule, but powerful? That’s the question!

‘“Miniscule” & Powerful!’- that was the theme of a national consultation for ‘drawing a collective roadmap for MSM and other gay men in India’ held at New Delhi this day last week. Representatives of the Gay and transgender communities from all over India reflected on the main issues that impacted their lives and rights. Ever […]

Sikkim has one TG, India has over 74 Thousand

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Sikkim has one TG, India has over 74 Thousand

Sikkim has but one transgender, and rural Assam has 1,734 out of 2,198 TGs in the Northeast. India has 74,286 TGs, according to the 2011 Socio-economic and caste Census. Meghalaya has the highest percentage of women-headed households at 24.41 per cent, which is much higher than the regional and national average. Rural areas in the […]

Mx Sandra and DM College Imphal: Making Gender History

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Mx Sandra and DM College Imphal: Making Gender History

Imphal: DM College of Arts, one of Manipur’s premier colleges, has admitted their first transgender student. Mx Sandra Nandeibam , makes gender history by becoming the first Northeasern transgender to enrol in a Manipur College. In fact, Mx Nandeibam and DM College have made Northeastern gender history ! The college provided three columns to identify […]

Bihar should embrace transgender achiever

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Bihar should embrace transgender achiever

Sir, I went through a column of the newspaper highlighting the transgendered, once a suppressed section, are participating in the society. A ray of hope is seen to some extent for a fraction of country’s population-some transgenders in India are freely expressing their gender identity and exercising basic rights. Society is also moving in favour […]

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