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Independent Journalist & Winner of 2 Trophies at the Orange Flower Summit & Awards, 2017 (Ex-News Editor CNN-News18 & ANI- a collaboration with Reuters)
Anupama Dalmia. A feminist blogger with a compelling voice, yet a very humble and down-to-earth person and friend. What makes her tick?
Gayatri Sharma portrays the protagonist of the international award winning I REMEMBER, that deals with Alzheimer's. Here she tells us what drove her to collaborate with senior journalist Geeta L Sahai on the film.
A chance accident paralysed her waist down, but she grew up to be strong woman who has never let go of her dreams. Meet Geet, India's first wheelchair-bound actor.
Rahi Foundation's The Little Girls We Were... And The Women We Are directed by Vaishali Sood is a poignant blend of real-life shattering memories and soul-piercing testimony.
Mother’s Day is a special time of the year...and it arrives soon! If you have lost your mother, here's help on coping with the pain.
Nimrat Kaur's career with her unconventional choices is one that inspires other women to take bold decisions. Her recent performance in The Test Case is an example.
Meet Revathi Roy, the woman who pioneered Asia’s first all-women taxi service and India’s first all-women two-wheeler parcel delivery service too.
Maya Vishwakarma is also called Pad-Jiji by the tribal and village girls and women she educates on the nuances of taking care during menstruation.
Geeta Tandon fled at 18 from an abusive marriage, and made a life of dignity for herself and her kids, as the top Bollywood stuntwoman today.
Mothering A Muslim by Nazia Erum is a call for self-censorship to give our children a humane life in an increasingly divided India.
Mahima motivates other women as to why they must stop copying other women at higher positions and learn to stay UNIQUE.
Sonia Jolly is an extraordinary woman who has gone beyond the ordinary activism for the girl child and has adopted 45 adopted girls, setting up an NGO Upkaar, to look after them.
A few years ago, I became a solo traveller. This year I chucked up my routine media job to become a freelance columnist and a travel writer with my own book coming into print soon.
Pollution Vacation? What's that? Exactly what we are gifting our children. Hear it from the mouths of babes!
Sagarika Ghose's book Indira - India's Most Powerful Prime Minister is a no holds barred look at the good, bad, and the ugly of her life.
In India, people with disability are usually pitied, or made fun of. Meera Shenoy however, sees that ability exists in every single person.
My tribute to the Fighter, Gauri 'Chitti', as I knew her. Gauri Lankesh may have been murdered but she continues to inspire younger journalists.
Society will always try to make women fit its idea of the ideal woman. Should you let yourself be pushed to be what you don't want to be? NO!
Rana Safvi says to the women of today: “Just be yourself. Follow your dreams and don’t let yourself be labeled. Enjoy what you are doing."
Just last week a heart-wrenching video of a toddler girl being hit to make her learn her numbers right, went viral. This is child abuse, NOT discipline.
It is a simple thing to sow the seeds of gender equality in a child's mind and nurture it into a thriving tree. Just imagine, if all parents pledged to do this!
Hey Imtiaz Ali, don't feel hurt because this one's a mirror for you. You have really left the woman in me too upset with Jab Harry Met Sejal.
While Lipstick Under My Burkha has been given an A certificate, it is actually an important watch for children over 13, feels this author.
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