No one's too old to learn. That's being proven by elderly women in an Indian village, who were not allowed to go to school as children. Now at an advanced age, they're walking every day to the village school and learning to read and write.
A unique "grandmothers' school" in Maharashtra, western India, teaches older women to read and write for the first time. But the initiative also highlights the odds that women's education is up against in the country.
Indian police have launched a probe into bizarre attacks on women, after dozens of victims reported waking up to find their hair cut off. Some of the victims believe supernatural beings sneaked into their homes.
In a bid to curb killings of baby girls in India, one doctor has started a unique initiative: He waives his fee if a girl is born in his hospital. But tackling deeply entrenched mindsets that favor boys is a challenge.
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