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How Lalita Nijhawan Empowers Poor Women, Kids With Education

Lalita Nijhawan, who works for the underprivileged and has done commendable work in educating women and children, has countless received honours from the Vice-President of India in the field of arts and also from the education minister in academics. The face of Nijhawan Group and president of CKRDT Foundation, Lalita also received the “Ojaswani Award” as a(…)


Being A Woman Entrepreneur In India

 ‘Start up’- It’s that one thing that has taken the world by storm. An interesting fact about start-ups is that they are dynamic and not restricted to any one field. In this day and age, when people want security and aren’t open to risks, being an entrepreneur is one gutsy move. Unfortunately, women entrepreneurs are(…)


Jyotika’s Bhatia’s Srujna Trust, is Giving Hope to Underprivileged Women

An MBA in social entrepreneurship, Jyotika Bhatia is the Founder Trustee of Srujna Charitable Trust. Hailing from Mumbai, she works in the field of education and livelihood. The Trust, provides skill training, grooms marginalised women for business training and provides market linkage to get employment opportunities. Till date, Srujna has impacted lives of 5000+ marginalised women(…)


Shaheen Khan On How CEDP Is Transforming Lives Of Underprivileged Kids

Mumbaikar Shaheen Khan always wanted to do something for underprivileged children. In 2010, she co-founded the Council of Education & Development Program (CEDP), an NGO that imparts training to people and helps them become self-sufficient — free of cost. While making sure that these underprivileged kids also make a good living for themselves, CEDP, which now(…)


Founder of Eclectic Northeast, Tanushree Hazarika is Addicted to Change

“I am addicted to change,” says Tanushree Hazarika who runs the English magazine Eclectic Northeast that covers all eight states in the region, has a circulation of 62000 and readership of over 300,000. A business management graduate from Boston University, Hazarika previously worked in MNCs like Fidelity and Morgan Stanley in the US and then(…)


Riddhi Gupta’s House Of Wow: Dancing with a Twist

Riddhi Gupta decided to leave behind a career in Economics and Statistics to pursue her passion for dance. Trained professionally in the Tanjore style of Bharatnatyam as a child, she has travelled across the globe and within the country meeting master trainers and experts. Her venture the House of Wow fuses different verticals of dance and curates(…)


Women Rise And Shine At The Indo-Israel Entrepreneurship Forum

At the first glimpse, the lively interaction between the spirited women entrepreneurs at the Indo-Israel Women Entrepreneurs looked like a reunion of long-lost friends. The attendees shared their stories of struggles, second doubts and coming to acknowledge and hone their creative ambitions. The sea of women simultaneously nodded their heads at every instance someone chose(…)


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