• Skin transplant is a boon for burns and acid attack victims. But lack of awareness and official apathy makes it a distant reality. Read more about this at: No skin to hide the scars.

  • Pragya Singh was just another happily married woman on 18 April 2006. She was travelling from Varanasi to Delhi in AC three-tier on 30 April 2006 to attend her campus placement interview. Around 2 am she woke up with a burning sensation in her body. Opening her eyes, she could see fumes coming out of her body. Unable to grasp what had happened - See more at:  The tale of an acid-attack survivor

  • Preeti Rathi, a 23-year-old woman from New Delhi with dreams of becoming anIndian navy nurse, alights from a train in the bustling Bandra station in India's financial hub of Mumbai on May 2.Read more about this at: India's Acid Attack Victims 
  • Rathi had travelled from India’s capital, New Delhi, to work as a nurse at INHS Ashwini, the naval hospital in south Mumbai. Despite closed-circuit television footage of the railway platform on which the attack took place, and massive protests launched by her family and activists. Stronger laws to deter acid attacks on women