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“Women and girls aren’t the problem. They’re the solution” says Cheryl WuDunn in her TED talk on the greatest injustice of our century.
Nilanjana S Roy writes to reassure us that Indian women bloggers find their voice, in their own language.
Here’s an interview with the chic, talented and enterprising Chiki Sarkar of Penguin Books, India.
Checkout this blog which features loads of reviews on feminist classics.
“Are fashion and feminism ever compatible?” Barbara Kelly has some questions and food for thought too in her post Feminist in high heels at Undecided.
Helga from Hey Arnold? Eliza from The Wild Thornberries? Yes! If you ever loved these cartoons you must check out this super blog post, Classic cartoons teach feminism at Bloody Shrubbery.
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Aishwarya Rajamani is an undergraduate student by day and a writer otherwise. She reads passionately and dreams like an utopian idealist. And she wishes for a world where women can walk free in the true read more...
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Modern work-life is incomplete without presentations. Here are 16 powerpoint presentation guidelines that will help you.
Call them PPT, powerpoints, or slides. Modern work-life is incomplete without them. Here are 16 PowerPoint presentation guidelines that will help you.
If you are a beginner or an expert, it is always a good time to brush up on your skills. If you are a woman returning to work, or a young woman starting out, it is always advisable to utilise every resource you get and learn tips to make your life easier.
Here are some pointers to make your next presentation stand out.
Sabina Chopra, the co-founder, and COO of Yatra.com is not afraid of taking risks and exploring new challenges.
Sabina Chopra took the idea of “If you do what you love, you’ll never have to work a day in your life”, a step further.
As a woman in my 20s, I often feel time is running out and the time graph of when to achieve success is short. More times than not, we tend to concentrate on our luck and opportunities rather than the work that we should be putting in.
Sabina Chopra might be one story that every ambitious woman should keep in her pocket while we do the grunt work.
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