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Women’s March: Why have we made India so unsafe asks Meghna Pant

Women’s March: Why have we made India so unsafe asks Meghna Pant

We kick-started Feminist Rani with a bang this year. After the ghastly incidents of sexual molestation, eve-teasing and rape of women in Bangalore, Bihar and across India, we decided to address the issue of women in public spaces with a stellar line-up of speakers. Women’s safety is a major concern among many other issues in(…)

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7 Habits That Every Work-From-Home Freelancer Needs To Cultivate

7 Habits That Every Work-From-Home Freelancer Needs To Cultivate

Work- From-Home. 3 words that sounded like sweet awesomeness in my head when I first started doing it, about three years ago. After all, who wouldn’t want to avoid the mundane routine of getting dressed every morning, the traffic rush and boring conference room meetings? Sounds like your ideal work life – doesn’t it? Well(…)

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Barkha Dutt Quits NDTV To Explore Her Own Venture

Barkha Dutt Quits NDTV To Explore Her Own Venture

India’s top notch journalist and the face of NDTV, Barkha Dutt has quit the national television network to explore her own venture. She had moved to being a consulting editor but later took the plunge to going it alone as a press release shared on Sunday. Barkha already has her firm called Barkha Dutt Live(…)

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Reclaiming Words: Spinsters are Kickass, Empowered Women

Reclaiming Words: Spinsters are Kickass, Empowered Women

It’s time to reclaim our vocabulary. Let’s start with ‘spinster’, which originated well before the Industrial Age in England and was commonly used for women who spun thread for a living. By virtue of the fact that most of the women in the occupation were unmarried and beyond the prescribed age for it, the Oxford(…)

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4 Key Communication Trends for 2017

4 Key Communication Trends for 2017

As a communications expert, I often get asked about trends in the industry. While I don’t possess a crystal ball, my decades of experience certainly enhance my ability to tap into a few key trends. So here are a few burgeoning trends I foresee that will be huge in 2017: Digital Marketing No surprises here(…)

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Entrepreneur in the spotlight: Avneet Mann of The Wishing Chair

Entrepreneur in the spotlight: Avneet Mann of The Wishing Chair

Meet Avneet Mann, a young and energetic founder for home and gifting brand called The Wishing Chair. An armed forces child who grew up all over the country, Avneet picked marketing as her specialty and join a corporation with a well paying job. But entrepreneurship in India was on the rise and Avneet felt the(…)

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17 Ways To Stay Positive In 2017 By Shilpa Pandey

17 Ways To Stay Positive In 2017 By Shilpa Pandey

So we are almost at the end of 2016, and I am sure all of us would be ready with our New Year Resolutions. I would request all to add one of the most Important aspects of life to Live with a Killer Positive Attitude in 2017 with 17 Ways to Stay Positive: “You don’t(…)

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Five Entrepreneurs, Five Questions, Five Answers

Five Entrepreneurs, Five Questions, Five Answers

Entrepreneurs are always on the look out to a solution to a problem. To answers to their gazillion questions. So we at SheThePeople decided to reach out to some of the established entrepreneurs in the country to ask them things that probably cross your mind all the time. Get asked questions about your calibre? About(…)

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When in doubt, be yourself: Gul Panag

When in doubt, be yourself: Gul Panag

When in doubt, be yourself says actor turned politician and entrepreneur Gul Panag. Growing up she says being part of the herd was neither a conversation not a desire. Discourse, debate and discussion made them into individuals of their own who were not driven by what the rest of the world was doing. “When in(…)

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