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In some of the more rural areas of India, it is impossible for women to go to religious facilities, go to work or even do daily chores when it’s “that time of the month.” That’s why the unlikely story of Arunachalam Muruganantham of Coimbature, India has touched so many people and why he became the subject of the documentary by Amit Virmani called “Menstrual Man.”
Nisha Mathur has become a major icon in the Indian-American community for some time. As a co-anchor to the New Jersey based “Asian Variety Show,” Mathur has brought the latest Bollywood news and stories to a wider, English-speaking audience. Now, she will bring the stories of real women to homes all across the world, through TV Asia's new show: Shades of Shakti, premiering on International Women's Day on March 8 at 8 p.m.
Named Pratibha, Tripathi moved to the US from India with her family without knowing how to speak English or even having seen a TV set for the first decade of her life. After defying her parents and the odds, she decided to pursue a career in journalism. Through her hard work and perseverance, she moved up the ranks from news writer to radio anchor to on-air anchor for CNN Headline News