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Happy (Un) Friendship Day

Inundated by messages and targeted content messaging reminding me its Friendship Day on August 7th is not a great way to start a sleepy Sunday now , is it? The guilt and abject existential crisis that accompanies questions about why this day exists and how some may not have wished you (forgotten friends, huh) is(…)


Prerana Langa on transforming the ecosystem for women at work

We need to drive India towards a new ecosystem that’s not just prepared for its women’s ambitions but also supports them through and through. That’s Prerana Langa, CEO of YES Foundation highlights a few reasons why women shy of careers on the verge of takeoff. She is candid enough to point out that women themselves(…)


She is driven and ambitious, how Swati is building cashkaro.com

She is amongst India’s most successful women entrepreneurs and drives her business from the front. She is driven, motivated and believes in the power of positivity. Swati Bhargava of CashKaro.com is a favourite with not just investors but also her customers. SheThePeople’s Radhika Sharma catches up with Swati.


Master of her game, why Sandhya Mridul is passionately independent

She is vociferously independent, critically selective and brutally honest about being in the film industry. Sandhya Mridul, who acts in niche films knows being in Bollywood can put actors under immense pressure to live up to the Jones’. She insists finding your call, staying independent and being the master of your game is the way(…)


We still need to raise our hands: Debjani Ghosh on women in boardrooms

In India women still need to raise our hands to get noticed asserts Debjani Ghosh, Intel’s South Asia Managing Director. Talking of female leaders in the boardrooms, she reflects on how challenging the Indian corporate environment can get. Despite the troughs she insists the only way to the top is through hard work.


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