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Women’s Day gift: Period pain relief roll-on developed at IIT-Delhi
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During a semester examination in September last year, two students of Indian Institute of Technology(IIT) Delhi came face to face with the agony girls through during their periods. The duo tried to console their friend who could not perform well in the paper due to menstrual cramps and soon realised that instead of looking for words, they should find a solution to ease this pain. This is how Sanfe pain relief roll-on was conceived by 3rd year B.Tech students Harry Sehrawat and Archit Agarwal and a faculty member Prof Dr Srinivasan Venkataraman. It was launched by the team at the IIT-D campus here on Friday to mark Women’s Day.

 
 


 
 


 
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