‘It’s been a whirlwind year’: ‘This is what it feels like to be a woman’

As the presidential election enters its final week, India’s largest news portal, The Hindu, is revealing some of the stories of the people who made the election happen.

This week’s article is about a woman named Kanika.

Kanika has spent the past five years trying to get her husband, who is currently serving a life sentence for murder, to get a pardon for his murder.

“I had a long road, I worked hard and had to be patient, but I was never given a chance,” Kanika told me over the phone.

Kanaka grew up in a village in the eastern state of Maharashtra.

Her father was a journalist and her mother a home health care worker.

She and her sister were born in a refugee camp.

Her mother passed away at the age of three and her father, who has no family, lost his job when he retired.

“It was tough,” Kanila said.

“We didn’t have much.

My parents were poor, my brothers and sisters had to earn a living to support us.”

After school, Kanila went to a nearby government school and earned an undergraduate degree in English.

Kanila took a job as a housekeeper at a bank to help support herself and her siblings.

Kanja, who worked at a hospital, later earned a doctorate in medical science.

She went to the University of Mumbai to complete her master’s degree in education, but left after her graduation.

Her dream was to become a teacher, but that dream didn’t come true.

“At the end of my life, I started working as a cashier in a bank.

I was working a few hours, and after a few months, I stopped working,” Kanaka said.

Kanakia and her family moved to Delhi, India, where Kanika was working as an au pair.

“The government helped me get an apartment, which was very important for me.

I started going to colleges and getting a job.

But I didn’t know what I was going to do after I graduated,” Kanisa said.

She worked at the University College of Delhi for a year before taking up a job in a public health hospital.

Kanisa started working for the Indian government’s Women and Child Development Department (WCDD) in 2003, which she later joined.

She had her first baby in 2008, which the WCDD paid for through an NGO.

Kanza and her husband got married in 2012, when Kanika got a divorce from her husband.

Kanthais daughter, who was born at the time, was born three years later.

“My mother died two years ago, and I am now pregnant again.

I want to give birth to a child who will grow up knowing I was her mother,” Kanva told me.

“When I look at my daughter, I can’t stop crying.

I am happy.

I love her more than my mother ever could be,” Kanja said.

Her daughter Kanika is now six months old.

Kanha, Kanika’s mother, is now a professor at the Delhi University Medical College.

Kanya and Kanika have now lived in different states, Kanva said.

In Delhi, Kanisha moved into Kanika and Kanja’s family’s house, and Kanya lived with Kanika in a guest house.

She has since moved back to Delhi and is studying for her doctorate.

Kanisha also works as a maid and takes care of Kanika as she is an only child.

“She is the first in my family, the only one in my extended family, and the only woman who knows how to make a living,” Kanisha said.

According to Kanika, Kanya had to learn how to walk, talk, and cook before she could get to a doctor’s appointment.

Kanasha’s mother Kanja was a hard worker and worked hard to provide for her family.

Kanima said Kanika also worked hard, and that she could never ask for help from anyone.

Kanma was also a hard-working mother and spent time with Kanisha in the evenings and on weekends, while her daughter spent time playing outside and swimming.

Kanena said that her mother would always come home and spend time with her daughter, because she didn’t want Kanika to become the mother of someone else.

Kaniya’s sister Kanila, who lives in India, said she is a good mother.

“Kananika is a smart woman, she was very intelligent and had a good education,” Kanha said.

After graduating from the University in 2013, Kanasha joined the civil service.

She said she worked hard while she was in the civil services.

“Her parents did not work, so she worked,” Kanaya said.

However, Kanaya left the civil servants and moved to the city to earn money.

Kanaya worked for a few years