There is no food like home-cooked food. Even the greatest chef’s in the world will tell you there’s nothing better than the food cooked by a mother…Read More
“I was guided into this vocation, to work in gender balanced workplaces. Working for and with women. Everything seemed like it ‘fit,’” says Kalpana Tatavarti, partner at..Read More
Dressed in a green and maroon South Silk, hair neatly tied up in a bun, a round big bindi on her forehead, Shukla Bose oozes confidence as..Read More
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A Gujarati author and a teacher, Madhuriben Desai is one of those rare women to be educated in the early 1930s and 40s. Born in January 1932,..Read More
“I think my biggest blessing in life is that I was allowed to pursue whatever crazy idea I got into my head. My focus kept shifting, with..Read More
An idea is the first step towards innovation. To explore the viability of an idea and to create something meaningful from it, Workbench Projects is hosting Startup..Read More
Born in the small town of Gaya in Bihar, Shweta Tiwary had a humble upbringing. Academics was never her forte but she had always been inclined towards..Read More
Technology has been a constant in Pavana’s life. Based out of Silicon Valley, Pavana Jain is the Co-founder of SHIFTMobility, an all-in-one platform for the automotive industry…Read More
Some of the lovely #women we are hosting today at #IWD2015 #womensmeetup. Each one has a beautiful #story pic.twitter.com/TPR1kPV8rL — HerStory (@herstoryYS) March 6, 2015 Though at..
Rashmi Bansal’s latest offering, Arise, Awake is out on the stands. An author who has written exclusively about entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship, she took to entrepreneurship herself last..
You’re burning the midnight oil and suddenly you find that warm cup of coffee on your desk. Up until then, you hadn’t even realised your mother was..
“I was guided into this vocation, to work in gender balanced workplaces. Working for and with women. Everything seemed like it ‘fit,’” says Kalpana Tatavarti, partner at..