Unsung Women Ceremony Special | The Daily Star
  • Unsung Women: Mountains they moved

    “I am building a new path for your child. Sowing seeds of courage. Your daughter will make those bloom into radiant flowers and your son will think it is absolutely normal.”

  • Unsung Women: We owe you

    Tepri Rani, now 65, still remembers the torture of Pakistani occupation forces at an army camp for six months. She was refused by her husband after the country’s independence in December 1971. She was rejected by her own society for 40 odd years.