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The Women’s World Cup is going full throttle, finally managing to grab eyeballs, especially since India beat arch-rival Pakistan and took over social(…)
When she got married to Shankar Lal at the age of 8, Rupa Yadav probably never thought of having a career ahead. Today, aged 20, Rupa is looking forward to taking up a career in medicine after she cracked the CBSE’s National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET) 2017.
The Wimbledon tennis championships are beginning on Monday (July 3). While both men and women’s champions will earn an equal at £2.2 million at the end of the tournament, the question is whether both genders get equal treatment. And according to an analysis, the treatment is far from equal.
Gal Gadot-starrer ‘Wonder Woman’ is arguably the first woman superhero film that not only has been making waves in the typical male-dominated genre but has also become DC Comics’ most successful film ever.
For a country obsessed with men’s cricket, we have finally woken up to the existence of women’s cricket and are(…)
“My journey has been a rather unplanned and a thoroughly enjoyable one,” says Reem Khokhar who works with the US(…)
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is known for her ideologies of liberalism. However, when Germany’s Parliament legalised same-sex marriage on Friday (June(…)
West Indies women were no match to Indian squad today as Indian women cricketers clinched the second and valuable match of their(…)
Serena Williams, arguably the world’s greatest tennis player, is loving every moment of her pregnancy. On Wednesday (June 28), the five-month pregnant Williams posed nude on the cover of Vanity Fair to celebrate her baby bump.
Prominent journalist and fashionista Ambika Anand, Editor-in-Chief (Fashion) at NDTV Good Times, is the face behind India’s premier lifestyle channel since 2002. She spoke to SheThePeople.TV about her success mantra.
Is the media obsessed with women athletes? Is promoting their appearance, not talent, is what the audience demands? Why is(…)
23-year-old Rucha Surendra Sial had opted for an MNC job. But the news of three women pilots being inducted into the Indian Air Force’s fighter squadron last year changed her life. Being always fascinated with the defence services, Rucha decided to opt out of the corporate world and do something meaningful for the nation. So she did what she always wanted to do — take up a career in the force.