At the age of 12, Gunit Cour’s picture was morphed on a fake Facebook account, leaving her open to trolls and trauma. But the young girl steeled herself to get back on social media, and it paid off.
A hilarious new memoir by Lalita Iyer, The Whole Shebang: Sticky Bits of Being a Woman, includes a chapter on women’s underwear woes. Here’s an excerpt.
Camino de Santiago is a rite of passage for over 250,000 pilgrims worldwide who converge on Spain each year. This is Kay Newton’s journey.
The ‘divapreneurs’ of Delhi pin code ’57 came together to celebrate pre-Diwali shopping at ‘Divas Market 57’ in Vasant Vihar. Check out photos of the event here.
eShe is the proud media partner for Divas Market 57, to be held at Vasant Continental Hotel, New Delhi, on October 5th. The shopping festival is an innovative concept by the enterprising women of Delhi pincode 57.
Sometimes life closes one door because it wants you to notice the open window. After losing her sight, software techie Jasdeep Kaur learnt to see her truth more clearly.
What life hands to you is not as important as what you choose to give back to life, says motivational speaker Brittany Garth.
Some people are natural leaders, but others can develop leadership by being more open to experiences, says luxury consultant Madhavi Advani.
Bushra Hassan initially found it hard to adapt to Australia when she moved there from India. But art helped her cope and find meaning.
As India celebrates 70 years of Independence, Sheela Kapur recalls her memories of Partition and wonders at the senseless boundaries between those born of the same earth.
This is what Indian women have been talking about these past few weeks.
eShe magazine is now the official magazine partner for Women Economic Forum 2017 to be held at Dwarka, New Delhi, on September 12-13th. Stay tuned for more updates!
This is the best time in history to be a woman. Think about that.
Divorce in Islam is at the centre of a heated tug-of-war between political parties and religious bodies in India. But the most ignored voice is the one the debate seeks to empower.
A spotlight on women in the news and news of interest to women
Most countries do not require safety data for beauty products to be based on animal testing, and reliable alternatives are available. Even then, over 80 per cent of countries still have no laws against animal-testing when it comes to cosmetics.
My name is Geetu Mohnani and I am 23 years old. I was born and brought up with two siblings in the City of Lakes, Bhopal, in Madhya Pradesh, where I completed my schooling. My mother, a teacher, was always our source of inspiration and motivation. I wonder if she ever guessed that, one day, her daughter Geetu would be a national coffee champion! This is my story.
An unparalleled wedding saga set to unfold in Udaipur when CG Corp Global’s Varun Chaudhary marries Anushree Tongya next week. The wedding promises to be a stunning extravaganza combining traditional ceremonies with all the excitement of a modern, dazzling celebration.
Given India’s current socio-political scenario, it’s heartening to read of mavericks and change-seekers who dare to stand up for their cause, and who have the courage to follow their vision of a more inclusive society. […]
Royalty, art and luxury. It’s always a treat for the senses when the three come together, and this event in Delhi, organized by luxury maven Nidhi Seth, fit the bill rather well. The elite of […]
My dear daughters, I write this note to you because I work in a news website, and I happen to once in a while cross paths with people who do not realise that social media […]
By Avantika Debnath One of the most awaited singles of Hollywood’s very celebrated young pop star Selena Gomez was released worldwide yesterday and I have almost heard it over a hundred times in repeat-peat-peat-peat (just […]
By Rupande Mehta Celebrities are human, so it is no surprise when allegations of sexual abuse, rape and other violence emerge about them. Lately the news has been abuzz with celebrities acting very badly. First […]
By Nadika Nadja My name is a tweak of the Tamil word for actress – Nadigai. I chose the name for myself, because for a long while I was putting on an act. An act of being […]
By Rupande Mehta A lot has been said about Deepika Padukone’s cleavage row with Times of India. While many people are up in arms in her defense, others are confused and some are asking Deepika […]
By Rupande Mehta When someone like Hema Malini makes a disparaging comment about widows, we have to accept that the problem of gender inequality spreads to all echelons of our society. For someone like Malini, […]
By Rupande Mehta In her speech at the UN on September 21, Harry Potter actress Emma Watson created waves when she said gender discrimination affects both men and women. Launching the HeForShe campaign, the goal of […]
By Avantika Debnath The countdown has begun for Durga Pooja (September 23 this year). Though the festival is principally celebrated in eastern India, there is not a part of our splendid country that doesn’t light […]
By Avantika Debnath Kirti’s resignation was foreseen since the day she escalated a harassment case against her manager. Priyadarshini, the HR personnel sitting next to my workstation, proceeded with Kirti’s exit interview. She noted down […]
By Lipika Sud Imagine spending a lifetime setting up a business, only to have it collapse decades later and having to start all over from scratch. That’s happened to me, and yet, I neither lost […]