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First woman Financial Commissioner of Railways dead

Vijayalakshmi Viswanathan, the first woman Financial Commissioner of Indian Railways, died after a brief illness. She was 66. Joining the service in 1967, Ms Viswanthan held various positions in the Railways. She retired from service in November 2005.

Muse India awards for Pant, Sinha

Writers Meghna Pant and Arunava Sinha will receive the annual Muse India National Literary Awards for the year 2012 on January 18, coinciding with the three-day Hyderabad Literary Festival. While Ms. Pant’s name was chosen for the Young Writer Award in recognition of her debut novel ‘One-and-a-Half Wife’, Mr. Sinha’s recognition for the Translation Award was for ‘When the Time is Right’, his translation of Buddhadeva Bose’s 1949 Bangla novel ‘Tithidore’. Recipients of the Muse India Awards 2011, were Anindita Sengupta (Young Writer) and Ranjit Hoskote (Translation).

Rani Lakshmibai award

Awards and recognitions for my daughter and what she has come to represent fills my heart with the hope that violence against girls and women will see a rapid decline in the country.

The national Stree Shakti Puraskar 2012 award ceremony, where his deceased daughter was honoured with the ‘Rani Lakshmibai Award’, “While there are enough laws in the country to ensure that women are protected, there has to be effective implementation of these laws and enough personnel to ensure efficiency.”

The award presented by the President Pranab Mukherjee was received by the deceased victim’s mother. Five other distinguished women Ms. Pranita Talukdar (Assam), Ms. Sonika Agarwal (Delhi), Ms. Guramma H. Sankina (Karnataka), Ms. Omana T.K. (Kerala) and Ms. Olga D’mello (Maharashtra) were given awards.

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