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We spent a lovely morning at the Vital Voices Mentoring walk, a mentorship program which pairs up professional women with women leaders in their industries. The walk, organised by Safecity and the Vital Voices Mumbai chapter gave women the opportunity to learn from the career paths of others, and a platform to openly share their feelings.
Ruchika Vyas studied fashion styling, and began working as a stylist, but it was her love of baking that brought(…)
Dr Harshinder Kaur, Ludhiana-based paediatrician and writer, has adopted more than 300 girls and has spent 15 years fighting the(…)
Kolkata-based Kruthika Ramakrishnan, who is in her 20s, turned an entrepreneur with the most unusual product: good handwriting. Something that has been lost over time since the invention of keyboards.
The Aam Aadmi Party had earned a bad reputation for itself in the 2015 elections for not having women in leadership positions. Some of the party’s members were also in the news for allegedly misbehaving with women. AAP, however, seems to have redeemed itself by roping in 145 women candidates for the upcoming Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) elections.
The IMF chief, Christine Lagarde, has always vocalized her concern over gender gap being an obstacle in the economic growth(…)
Indian-Origin politician Nikki Haley is in the running for the post of US Secy of State.
A true example of a woman running a show, Chanda Kocchar gives the the women of India the strength to(…)
It’s down to the wire as the United States decides its future for the next four years. Hillary Clinton vs(…)
At a recent meet-the-press programme organised by the Press Club of Mumbai, Naela Quadri, the president of World Baloch Women’s(…)
She wanted an identity and that search took her to the kitchen