As modern technology accelerates and life expectancy increases, five different generations are now rubbing shoulders together in the workforce, says Kay Newton.
Casting director Shoumie Mukherjee narrates a definitive turning point in her Bollywood career, when the professional became intensely personal.
With her new book that profiles 15 young women from varied backgrounds, Varsha Adusumilli is out to create new female icons for girls around India.
Sarah Kashyap is the only woman counted among the top 10 rallyists from India, and it’s been a tough, adrenaline-spiked ride.
The jewellery Eina Ahluwalia designs not only defies fashion trends, it also encourages its wearers to be fierce and fearless.
Mita Kapur, who runs one of India’s most successful literary agencies, on why the digital publishing is no threat for the printed book.
Aashima Dogra and Nandita Jayaraj are putting the spotlight on women working in various fields of science across India.
By using saris to upholster chairs, Aradhana Anand’s design label Limón is upholding Indian aesthetic and contributing to sustainability – besides making an eye-catching statement.
Anushka Kelkar, a 21-year-old photographer from Mumbai, runs a fascinating Instagram page ‘browngirlgazin’ where she shares her honest portraits of women, and their intimate thoughts about their bodies.
Ayesha Asif’s Instagram page collects quotes and stories centred around the concerns of women’s empowerment, environmentalism, abusive relationships, mental health, casteism and self-love.
Revolution has gone digital. Using social-media activism, today’s young feminists are leading the way for a brighter, more equal future for women.
Dr Priyanka Giroti is using technology, training and a healthy dose of spirituality to pioneer a new wave of hi-tech dentistry in India.
Director and screenwriter of award-winning Malayalam films, Anjali Menon – the conjurer of surprising plots and nuanced characters – is introducing global filmmaking values to regional cinema.
Born into a community that barred women from family businesses, Priti Sureka’s entry into the Emami group was fraught with challenges.
Retired schoolteacher Neera Kohli noticed something missing in the school curriculum: how to be happy. This is what she did about it.
Consumer culture has created a colossal crisis by generating millions of tons of waste, much of it non-biodegradable, and dumping it on landfills and in water bodies. These two courageous Bengaluru women are trying to do something about it.
Women often sacrifice stable careers to follow their husbands around the world, but former corporate honcho Preeti Kumar worked out a flexi career that could go with her everywhere.
Padma Shri awardee Devayani’s life is a story of grit, ambition and unflinching devotion to her art.
With her social enterprise m.Paani, Akanksha Hazari is using the mobile revolution to power the aspirations of the next billion Indians.
These teenagers work towards electricity conservation in schools and offices, and recycle newspapers to make notebooks for underprivileged children.
Madhu Singhal’s own personal challenges triggered the founding of Mitra Jyothi, a 28-year-old organization that empowers the disabled.
In the last of our three-part series ‘Home @ Work’, we feature Simran Lal, creative director of luxury lifestyle label Nicobar, whose workplace is set on her family farmhouse amidst tall trees and plenty of open spaces.
This is a café that will overwhelm not only your taste buds, but your heart as well. Sheroes Hangout was set up in Agra and later Lucknow with the aim to generate employment acid attack survivors and victims of gender violence.
Armed with nothing but a peacenik’s passion, 21-year-old Saumya Aggarwal is building bridges and relationships between countries and communities.
Sana Sawhney and Ayushi Gupta have developed a ‘Green Curriculum’ to promote environmental education among the urban and rural youth.
London-based women’s rights activist Zahra Rasouli helps rescue victims of gender and gang-based violence and child sexual exploitation. She believes gender discrimination is a global phenomenon.
The millennials have inherited a dying Earth. Humankind’s toxic footprint has not spared any part of the planet. With countless crises just around the corner, these girls are successfully securing a sustainable future. This is part one of our three part series, ‘Knights in Recyclable Armour’.
Madhu Tandan’s new novel is no ordinary love story; it’s a canvas of absence, abstinence and infidelity along with a thrilling plot.
In the second of our three-part series ‘Home @ Work’, we feature Aleya Sen, co-founder of Chrome Pictures, who embraces a sustainable lifestyle both at home and at work.
As part of our series ‘Cafe with a Cause’, we take you to Cat Cafe Studio run by the Khosla sisters in Mumbai, where you can hang around with cats over coffee.