The election of the next US vice-president Kamala Harris, an American of Indian and Jamaican descent, has been described as “significant” and “awe-inspiring” by prominent female Indian politicians. But even as they celebrate Harris’ success, her victory has put the spotlight on India’s struggle for gender equality, especially in the political arena.Actress-politician Urmila Matondkar said women leaders should feel inspired by Harris’ tenacity and “self-trust”, adding that the election result…



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