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Prof. Shekar, who teaches at IIM-Bangalore, says a change in the Indian education system is needed if we are to help our children's creativity to bloom to it's full potential.
Women have broken the glass ceiling in the world of sports, and Sanjana Ramesh, the captain of the Under-16 Indian Women's Basketball team, wants to continue doing this.
With beauty blogging picking up as a potential career, we talk to blogger Nega Aggarwal on what the life of a beauty blogger is like, and how she perceives the glut of products available today.
Writing a novel is not easy, and the process can exhaust you physically and emotionally. As someone who has self-published a novel, I can safely say that it challenges your ability as a writer and a woman.
This woman divorced her cheating husband after many months of being taken for granted and made her own life in a country foreign to her. Read on.
How do social conditions for African women compare with those for Indian women? Very similar, as this writer found out, while also busting some myths.
Darya Luganskaya did not begin her career as a tech reporter, but has nonetheless achieved success with both Russian and English publications. Her story.
Muslim women wearing the hijab in Britain, mainland Europe and the US can be in danger. Here's a personal account from a British Muslim woman.
A take on the progressive feminist outlook in Nordic countries, making it a tempting possibility for relocation.
"Neha refuses to stay married to her husband. She is ready to be a single mother and raise her daughter by herself." Do read this account of a strong woman.
Why women cheat is not such a mystery if you really look at the dynamics of their relationships, and realize that women want just one thing above everything else - love.
Women the world over have been embracing bodily imperfections as many no longer care about fitting in, and prefer to celebrate their unique selves.
K-Pop or Korean Pop music is taking the world by storm, including India. But K-Pop objectifies and sexualises women, making it harder for women to overcome gender stereotypes.
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