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I'm a writer, avid reader, otaku and there is nothing about me that's normal.
Meet Sneha Suhas, a 22-year-old female comedian from Bangalore. In this interview, she shares her experiences as a comedian and the challenges she faced initially.
Life as an overseas education consultant is not as easy as it looks. This job has many hidden aspects to it. Pooja Kishin talks about it.
You loved Dill Mill Gayye, and lost a beat of your each time the lead characters met. We might be breaking your heart, but everything about that serial was wrong. Here's why.
In this interview, Vinayashree Jagadeesh shares her experience as a crime reporter. Is it difficult for a woman to be on the crime scene? Hear it all from her.
The difference between Bella and Katniss can be identified where Bella is the damsel in distress and Katiness a woman with a life of her own!
In this interview, Cricket player and Coach, Lakshmi Hariharan shares her thoughts on her sporting journey as well as women's cricket.
Here are 17 sure-shot signs to know that you are a young adult and no more the kid next door!
On International Yoga Day, we interview Yoga Therapist Rajalaxmi Rao, who talks about why Yoga is just not an exercise and is meant for all.
In a country where mothers are supposed to be the primary caregivers and nurturers, here we talk to a Stay- at Home Dad, Siddharth Balachandran,
The Fashion Police show has been one of the most popular shows across the globe. But it needs to be banned. Here's why.
Zoya Farooqui of Qubool hai was one of the most loved characters on Indian TV, but her daughter Sanam doesn't match up. Here's why the audience loves Zoya.
An inspiring interview with Carol Rossetti who is an artist, designer, illustrator and feminist. She draws posters of real women, with short, yet powerful messages.
What bothers us is not so much our appearance, as everyone else's comments on it. How does a teenage girl with pimples stay confident?
Besides worries about safety, public perception of sexual harassment as a ‘minor problem’ to be ignored also deters people from helping.
To combat sexual harassment, instead of focusing only on women’s responses, we need to focus on the behaviour of men and boys who harass.
In a few rare cases, women in India have taken on sexual harassment in a direct, physical manner – confronting the harasser. We explore one such case.
We have seen that with talent, one can conquer the world. Indian women on American television represent the confident and well-read women of our country.
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