"Remember, I work only to fund my dreams. As for the Amma bit, she doesn’t know and let’s keep it like that for now. I’ll keep you posted of my whereabouts and you know I’ll be back before you know. I’ll always find my way back to you, sweets,” her voice trailed.
Mobile phones can be used as important tools for women's safety and empowerment, making the mobile revolution a huge thing in women's lives.
As an Indian woman, do you hesitate to travel alone? What holds you back? Here is a checklist you can tick off and trash, and go for that dream trip.
Mass movements led by women have focused more on positive change in women's lives, and give space for women's voices to be heard. Here's a list of 14 such movements in India.
The one thing I noticed on my visit was the liberated life in Paris, of women who were ‘out there’, in the open, living it up, free-spirited and ‘safe’! How I wish we could have the same in India!
We all are symbols of girl power, says Anupama Dalmia, a power that is often either overestimated or underestimated by our society and is rarely understood in its true essence.
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