“A video is worth a million words.”
She says that we’re no different than the malefactors if we don’t speak up for the victims of domestic violence. Although the lockdown was put in place to ensure the security of the masses, it has rendered many people vulnerable to violence.
Popular blogger and entrepreneur Aanam Chashmawala reveals how she bought a house of her own at the age of 26.
I feel that they should have the ability to take the decisions on how they are going to spend their money or how they are going to invest it.
“It doesn’t matter if you’re Hindu, Muslim, Jain, Sikh. Your religion doesn’t make you any more or less of an Indian. This bill spreads hate and does not care about its own people.” – Feroza Aziz
A big part of the stories of all these women is the fact that they’re women entrepreneurs in what is still a male-dominated industry.
Digital Women Awards, a day that witnesses the fabulous enterprises of women with voice and vision, could not have a better start than a conversation on how women can be empowered in the country.