Young Indian women are still denied the fundamental right that Malala Yousufzai took a bullet in the head over: education. We are at least six decades away from attaining full female youth literacy.
This year’s WEF at Davos administered a grilling reality check to the world that we have not been making as much progress in women empowerment as we may have liked. Here are some of the most path breaking quotes from leaders, towards achieving gender parity.
Sharmela Puri, world renowned Jewelry Designer and socialite, tells us how her destiny turned out nothing like she had planned.
This Republic Day, India saw its women in a new light. With women contingents marching down the Rajpath, and an American President talking about women empowerment; there seems to be some hope for the country. Lt. Cdr. Jayakumar, the Navy contingent leader, agrees. She told IANS, “In India, the perception is that women are(…)
We belong to a country that may be divided by caste and color- but is united by their love for cricket, yet our women cricketers are more celebrated internationally, than here back home. Here are some of the brightest shining stars that our country has given to the world of women Cricket.