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She Leads India unveils a power-packed agenda for March 30th Summit

She Leads India is an action packed summit with powerful and moving speakers from India and rest of the world. Women who enrich the world with new ideas, innovations, inspiration and engagement. India’s biggest women’s summit to be held in New Delhi in the month of March 2017, the focus is on women at work,(…)

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Meeting my hero – Hillary R Clinton by Elsamarie DSilva

Over the years I have often been asked, “Who are your role models?”. Unhesitatingly I have always responded with: my mother and Secretary Hillary R. Clinton. I choose my mother for her calm, perseverance and ability to find a solution even in the worst moments. Secretary Clinton resonates with me for her inspirational leadership and(…)

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Twinkle Khanna Reacts To TVF Harassment Case, Calls A Spade A Spade

As you’ve no doubt heard, an ex-TVF employee posted on medium.com blaming the CEO of The Viral Fever (TVF) Arunabh Kumar for alleged sexual harassment. Kumar denied the charge and told Mumbai Mirror that the molestation allegations against him are “fake”. Or were they?? What Kumar Says? “I unconditionally and unequivocally deny all these allegations. Social media has already declared me an offender, but(…)

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Time To Shatter The Goa Dream?

Goaaaaa. That’s where we want to be. The first place India’s youth think of going when the idea of solo travel or a college trip emerges on the scene. And why is that? The legendary stories of the shacks. The chilling at Britto’s by Baga, soaking in the salt and turning a tan, water sports(…)

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A wish for all homemakers and stay at home mothers

Mira Rajput, who few people, including me, had heard of is suddenly in the news for her  comments about her life choices and especially the statement referring to her role as a mother, “I wouldn’t want to spend one hour a day with her and rush off to work. She  is not a puppy, I(…)

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11 Tips To Start A Successful Business

SheThePeople interacts with entrepreneurs from across India all the time through its various events and shows. These interactions have given us insights into these wonderful women’s lives. We get a firsthand account of their journeys and hardships they face. Interaction with over 250 women for this piece, and we have come to conclude that there(…)

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An open letter to my Mom: My Super Woman

A lot of girls openly admit to being “daddy’s little girl.” In fact, it is encouraged for girls to hold this label. I’m sure I’ve said it a lot of times before myself. But at the end of the day, I’m very much a mama’s girl at heart. A mother is a friend, a teacher(…)

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Of Holi and what my son needs to know by Kiran Manral

It is that time of the year again, and I go into immediate and terrifying flashbacks to my youth. Holi. I think most women have a horror story from Holi celebrations and it always involves men and groping. These are stories that often don’t get told. Because, well, Holi hai. Here’s Kiran Manral in the(…)

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That one question was a life altering one: Anupama Dalmia

In the midst of the morning chaos at home, the incessant ringing of my mobile was irksome. I wanted to ignore the call as I had chores to complete but my toddler brought the handset to me, urging me to receive the call. I sighed and looked at the screen. It was an unknown number(…)

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Why entrepreneurship is a woman’s biggest tool for empowerment

Women entrepreneurship development is the biggest instrument of women empowerment says Swati Bhargava – Co-founder, CashKaro.com Empowerment leads to self-fulfilment and women become aware of where they are going, what their position is in the society and their status. Entrepreneurship not only brings economic stability but also empowers women in more ways. Any development strategy will(…)

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Are you an active bystander?

Recently, a 36 year old cab driver was burned to death in North East Delhi whilst bystanders stood by recording videos and clicking pictures but no one called for help. This is not an isolated incident but something that seems to be recurring phenomena where most people seem to be mere spectators rather than active(…)

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