Sania Mirza World No. 1 in Women’s Doubles for 2nd Successive Year

India’s tennis ace Sania Mirza may have failed to defend the WTA Finals Singapore title with partner Martina Hingis, but she is successfully retaining her World No.1 doubles player status for the second straight year. “I am very happy. It’s an amazing honour to be number one for the second year. It has been an amazing journey(…)


A dancer who is also great at football: Meet Atisha Pratap Rudy

She is a footballer, swimmer, adventure sport lover and dancer all rolled into one. Kuchipudi dancer Atisha Pratap Rudy didn’t really want to pursue classical dance but after receiving accolades from the former President Late APJ Abdul Kalam, she realised all that hard work really paid off. “My mom insisted I learnt the dance form(…)


The Anatomy of Hate Project: Meet Revati Laul

Independent Journalist Revati Laul talks to SheThePeople.TV on her new project, The Anatomy of Hate, why it’s important to understand what/ who makes up a mob, and how in unpeeling the layers, she discovers an inconvenient truth — it could easily be you or me. So what turns someone into a perpetrator of mob violence? Is(…)


Girlyapaa’s Video Wants To Get You Talking About Marital Rape

Marital rape, a subject that is taboo in discussions even in the modern age. Shocking we don’t have a law on this. And politicians just love ignoring this, making the resolve to get in even higher. With the recent cases in the country dealing with rape, it sure is being talked about- but marital rape(…)


Crisis relief and Twitter go a long way

Nithya Moorthy of @InCrisisRelief talks of how Twitter helped her connect people, aid and solutions during crises across India. With examples of J&K Floods, situations in North East to how disaster management can get online (and later offline) support from social media, Nithya reflects on her Twitter story.


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