‘Ambedkar’s daughters’ play football in a village of bullies

The social changes that began in the 1990s have yet to be felt among the Dalit, Adivasi and Backward women. Pratima Paswan, a Dalit, has seized the initiative, though, and is using the game of football to transform the lives of girls in the rural areas of Patna district

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