When her 50-something mother started a sari brand in Kolkata, Shalini Agarwal decided to help her promote her saris in Jaipur by holding exhibitions. Gradually, she became an event organiser to reckon with.
The movie is more than a cinematic statement on press freedom and responsibility. Its moments of inner and outer empowerment make it a must-watch for women viewers in India, many of whom would relate to Katharine’s journey forty years ago.
The venues – mostly run by women – were hand-picked in acknowledgement of the selfless role they have played in their communities. Women authors, too, stepped up to do their bit.
Our catty columnist Unsanskari Stree has given up on New Year Resolutions. Instead, she suggests a list of lifelong resolutions for single women. Trigger warning: love, sex and real-life truths ahead!
Someone I have been politely pulling the disappearing act on, told me, when I finally picked up his phone, that I am more of a man than him. This open letter’s for you, mister.
What does age have to do with a productive life, anyway?
Instead of the festive season being a happy time for Kay Newton, it was a stressful nightmare as she tried to make everyone happy. So now she follows a new method: KISSED.
Renu Chouhan, the girl behind the popular fashion e-venture Kuch Creative, has turned her limitations into her strengths, and her needs into fuel to work harder.
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She sang all her way through school, and when she turned 18, the first thing she did was apply to India’s only music reality TV show for Western vocals. This is Soumya Sofat’s experience.
Most women hate how bras make them feel and yet we subject ourselves to them every day because we believe they make us look better. But who made these rules, asks Devina Kaur.
A spotlight on women in the news and news of interest to women this week.
It is every mother’s nightmare come true. On top of the trauma of dealing with my four-year-old daughter’s sexual assault, I’m also now dealing with the anger and humiliation of being doubted and victim-shamed. There has been a spate of stories in the media that have been giving the school’s side of the story. This is mine.
Most people think of RA as something that only strikes people in mid-to-late life, but it does, in rare cases, afflict people who are in their 20s. This is Shrutika Snehanath’s story.
On World Diabetes Day 2017, which coincides with Children’s Day in India, paediatric endocrinologist Dr Smita Koppikar tells you why you can’t ignore juvenile diabetes, nor give it the same treatment as adults.
To get what you want, you must first figure out what it is that you REALLY want. Then, let the universe guide you there, says Kay Newton.
In a new column, ‘Unsanskari Stree’ shares her post-divorce experiences of dating older Indian men. Ahem.
With her startup Sutrakaar, textile designer Neerja Palisetty has found a way to live her dream, promote sustainable lifestyles and encourage recycling.
When US-based academic Raya Sarkar published her list of sexual predators in Indian academia on Facebook this month, she faced backlash from both men and women, inside and outside the academic world. Here’s why you need to pay attention.
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.