A story of love, loss and second chances by Nikita Singh, releasing this Valentine’s Day.
Vrunda Bansode is a part of management team at NSRCEL - the Startup Hub at IIM Bangalore. She has co-founded two ventures in the education sector - CloudMentor.in and CodingLab.in. She was earlier with Versaware, Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Robert Bosch, and All India Radio. Vrunda is also the co-author of the book ‘Become a Junior Inventor’ (Penguin India).
She is passionate about social causes and cares deeply about creating a fair, unbiased and just society.
Option B by Sheryl Sandberg is a very personal yet universal look at doing things despite setbacks that could be incapacitating.
We need more women in tech design – and that is not because they will make it look better – no, women will make tech work better! Design is not how something looks, but how something works. Unless representatives of half of the population of the world have a say in how tech products should […]
Girls tend to lose interest in tech subjects around the age of 10, as this writer proves. How, then, are we going to have women in tech in the future?
I was a sportswoman as a student, and the lessons learnt from sports are invaluable when I need inspiration in my work.
Taking a career break can be not only rejuvenating, you can also make use of it to do interesting, fun things that can lead to personal growth.
A mother writes about the rollercoaster ride that was motherhood, and why her son need not write a thank you letter for Mother's Day.
Recently, the Trimbakeshwar temple banned women entering. Why? Many places of worship did not ban women from entering in the past.
Are you a mom who wants to return to work after a break? Go for it! Find something you are passionate about and take the plunge.
Do you regularly read online for information to apply in your life? Then here's a hilarious, laugh-out-loud read for you.
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