Women Intellectuals

How does one break this ceiling? How do we advance without really becoming a crusader or having to fight endless battles against the proverbial “old boys gang”? Here are 3 ways of dealing with this barrier.

Akancha Srivastava By

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Demonetisation has been a reality for over one month. The government decided to pull out 86% of the cash in circulation in an economy that functions almost entirely on cash. Ninety percent of all payments are cash, including the ones made at government shops for food. The government of Karnataka reportedly is forced to give(…)

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Women on the move shethepeople.tv lite

I’m a different sort of feminist. I’m the kind that likes a man to be a gentleman but also the kind that’s fiercely independent. I’m happy to let a man buy me dinner but that in no way implies I can’t actually pay for it myself. While I love my career and thrive on success,(…)

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Gender Diversity

Throughout the year, we have days dedicated to Mothers, Fathers, Children, Brothers and even Lovers. It seems like there is a day for everything. Whilst I don’t particularly care to patronise any of the above days, I do believe in my humble opinion, that the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is one of(…)

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Jayalalithaa by BBC

With tributes pouring in from all over the world, Jayalalitha seems to have risen even in her death. When speculations were rife on her deteriorating status this Monday there were hardly anyone extolling her virtues or in awe of her indomitable spirit. It’s sad that it was her death that finally opened the floodgates of(…)

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Uma Kumarapuram and Nicole Donadio

Nicole Donadio Blog by invite The filmmakers are making the story of two strong-minded mid-twenty-year-old women from vastly different cultures and locations by shooting across oceans in two different locations to compare and contrast the stories of women. One of the two filmmakers Nicole Donadio writes the story of her film My name is Nicole(…)

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Gold fish by Velindaba

So the end of 2016 is here. Finally, I say the time to reflect, introspect and YES, take a break is here. As work starts winding up with the year end break in sight, you must be thinking that this is yet another article about introspection and how to set things right next year. No,(…)

Monica Jasuja By

Major Aditi Mohan

Life has been always a wonderful challenge for me and I have accepted it with all my heart and a wide smile…Born and brought up in the family of Olive greens with my father having served the Indian Army for 35 years as a Gunner ( Air defence Arty), it is perhaps only natural as(…)

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Public Relations

It’s no doubt that a rapid evolution has taken place within the communications industry during the past decade. We are living in a dynamic and fast paced world where the floodgates of communication are wide open with an endless number of mediums to convey information. Specifically in the arena of Public Relations- the PESO model(…)

Tejal Mehta By

Women in rural India

It was in the year 2014 and the month of summer, when I got a chance to visit the Trichy district in Tamil Nadu. I was there on an official visit accompanied by a camera crew and our director, Satya Vivek to film the CSR initiatives of Dalmia Group around one of its manufacturing plants.(…)

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Social Media Tips

Social media is the promised land for brands looking to really connect with their customers. SheThePeople.TV gets you some useful advice from Farrhad Acidwalla, an Indian entrepreneur, founder of  Rockstah Media, investor and TEDx speaker. Also Read: Make Your Social Media Posts Clickable: 10 Things to Keep In Mind Tips To Get Ahead on Social Media(…)

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Yoga In India

By Shilpa Pandey, Life Coach and Columnist for SheThePeople.TV A positive attitude doesn’t happen on its own. A positive attitude is the result of your beliefs, expectations, habits, and focus. We all know how positive mental attitude has a positive impact on your relationships, creativity, career, and overall enjoyment. You’re more capable when you feel good… I(…)

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Women Orange The World

India is closely working with UN women to include gender perspective in the mega project to build “smart and safe cities”. Women are most affected by human trafficking. We are in the process of bringing our national legislation on trafficking in line with international commitments and obligations.

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india flag by Indian Express

By Shaili Chopra So I for one really like the national anthem. I kind of like it anywhere – in schools, in theatres, on foggy days and on holidays. I love going down to the building’s community amphitheatre, standing in attention and joining the chorus with fellow spartans as our condo complex calls us. Ahead of(…)

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Women on the move shethepeople.tv lite

The Shilpa Shetty moment this week should be ample evidence to all of you that culture does matter. Literature and reading may be important for no other reason in the 21st century than to avoid tripping up on social media. Be warned! Of course I’m joking — the point of literature, apart from elevating your(…)

amritat By

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Do you remember the first time someone asked you who your role model was? I remember it. I also remember saying my role model is the late Princess Diana. I mean she was perfect – a princess, living in a castle , beautiful and doing something so amazing like helping the poor or with terminal(…)

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