#CelebrateingtheRainbow at the workplace – share your stories of Pride!
KEM Hospital found 'unnatural deaths' of females are reported as “accidental deaths.” 21% of these are caused by domestic violence!
It is high time women have complete access to resources and safe spaces online and offline to be themselves and grow as human beings. 5 changemakers tell their stories.
The lockdown may be over but it continues for many women across Indian homes; one wonders what impact it has on the lives of these homemakers doing invisible labour.
The benefits of sesame seeds and oils have long been overlooked, despite being a common ingredient in the Indian, Asian and Middle Eastern cuisines for generations.
First aid training can equip you to save precious lives, and doesn't require a science background, says Dr Shubhangi. #WorldFirstAidDay
Digital marketing jobs can be found in diverse industries, and a great opportunity for working from home with the relevant skills in place.
Cloud computing in India remains male dominated as a tech field, but a few amazing spirited women are making a name for themselves in it.
Cloud computing jobs sound very futuristic, but do you know that CoWin, Aarogya Setu, MyGov Saathi, and other COVID-19 Data Repositories during the pandemic are all cloud computing? Read on.
Anna Mani is India’s visionary weather woman, a pioneer who helped India become self-sufficient in science - a tribute to her on 23rd August, her birth anniversary.
Using their skills in AI, or artificial intelligence and machine learning, these Indian women are top tech entrepreneurs today!
The AI and machine learning industry is going to be a huge thing in the future. How do you make a career in it as an Indian woman?
There is a huge scope in today's world for women in data science, who can go to this career from varies streams of education.
There's an erroneous belief that there can't really be women game developers! Really? Meet these amazing women who ace this industry.
We are often taught that one should not question medical research, that it is inherently objective, rational, and free of bias, but we forget the biases of researchers who are also human.
Durgabai Deshmukh was a trailblazer and one the great nation builders of India, a woman who dedicated her life to the freedom movement and social welfare.
"There is only so much that my close family want to hear me ranting about, so I thought why not write so that other women who are probably in the same boat can listen to me and relate to what I feel?"
Sonali on living life with no regrets and turning pop culture stories into important life lessons in her own quintessential way!
Neetu Singh movies. There was always a certain joy that Neetu Kapoor brought to her performances. Today, on her birthday, here's our list.
Pooja Priyamvada sensitively sheds light on various women's issues, especially the abusive and discriminatory treatment women face in all walks of life.
Sreemati on the trials and tribulations faced by Indian women and the hypocritical double standards women still battle in their marital homes.
Hema G on the joys of "being a nothing" mom, on the privilege of ageing and what inspires her at the young age of 49, and on the role of feminists in society.
Lack of sensitivity, and an unspoken yet strongly implemented taboo on access to information play a large part in the all pervasive queer phobia in Indian schools and colleges.
Anushree on her passion for amplifying underprivileged voices, the power of slaying with her words and her love for all things literary!
Paromita advises all women to become financially independent, keep levelling up and have realistic expectations from life and relationships.
Aditi Dar, a popular author at Women's Web, believes every woman deserves an identity that is only our own, separate from the world.
Anupama, an idealist at heart, believes that passing on the mic to amplify suppressed voices is the best way to show solidarity with the marginalised.
Vijayalakshmi Harish is always thorough in her research into any topic she takes on, digging up a lot of information and nuance, that shows in her ethical and honest posts, even when the topic is controversial.
Tanvi Sinha minces no words when it comes to women’s rights in the home and the workplace and encourages all women to stand on their own two feet before anything else.
Meet Smita Sarda, a staunch feminist, one of the most widely read authors at Women's Web, a software engineer by profession and a writer at heart.
Sonal Giani: It isn't you who has to come out; it the workplace that has to come out of the closet about their support to the queer community!
Violence in a marriage doesn’t always present itself overnight. There are many warning signs, and the women stuck in this feel fear.
Diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome? Don’t panic, there is a lot you can do today to get healthy!
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