Belgaum’s creativity crusader Rashmi Kulkarni set out to encourage a passion for art and science in her city’s kids after marriage and motherhood forced her to change profession.
Marriage and motherhood forced former banker Bhavini Mehta to consider a whole new career – and there has been no looking back.
Senior software analyst and mother of two Abhrekha Jain offers lessons to working mothers from her own experiences in life and at work.
She dreams in Urdu, sings in Spanish, and weaves romance with her shayari. Linguist, professor and poet Minu Bakshi is a woman of many talents.
The woman behind the unique e-store Natty.in, Natisha Saraogi brought together her love for functional art with her mission to give a greater platform to those creating it.
Her penchant for community building led Lakshmi Pratury to establish INK Talks, but her personal story is just as powerful as her vision for India.
Odissi danseuse and Padma Shri awardee Aruna Mohanty makes a feminist statement with her dance and choreography, says Anita Panda Mishra.
The founder of India’s largest facility management company TGH, Ritu Grover has learnt how to stay on top of the game – with brutal focus and dedication.
Adventure-sports enthusiast and journalist Saachi Soni climbs mountains, not for the world to see her, but so that she can see the world.
Being a single mother in India takes hard work not just because of the logistics involved, but also because of the constant social obstacles on the way, says Ayesha Dahra.
Today’s flexible working schedules and the ease of technology have given many of us the freedom to work from home. But how does one optimize efficiency with all the distractions of running a home too?
Indo-Canadian playback singer Shashaa Tirupati, better known now as the Humma Girl, lives on two continents but takes her music everywhere she goes.
Sagarika Ghose has seen the best and worst of India in her career as a journalist and author. That doesn’t stop her showing up.
Vimla Kaul set up Guldasta so that she didn’t have to feed the underprivileged – she could teach them to feed themselves instead.
The author of ‘Yama’s Lieutenant and the Stone Witch’ talks about mythology, women and writing dark fiction.
India is ready to make and drink its own best-quality teas, decided Shikha Puri, who set out to do just that.
In her new book ‘Who Me, Poor?’, veteran journalist Gayatri Jayaraman shares her personal experience as part of the ‘rich poor’ urban Indian population.
Lady Boss: From being an IIM gold medallist to the CFO of a NASDAQ-listed company and now an investor and mentor to startups, Revathy Ashok has achieved milestones beyond the reach of most women
TV icon Jennifer Winget’s unconventional life and career choices mark her as a woman to watch out for. She gets personal in this exclusive interview.
Sargam Chopra went from a childhood in the Middle East to marriage in the US, and then gave up her NRI status to follow her passion in India.
From groceries to waxing, here are the best apps that will bring the most essentials services to your doorstep – and make you thank God for technology!
Food isn’t just fuel for the body, it’s a relationship – one can turn to food for comfort or for the joy of feeding others.
Motivational writer and speaker Pat Duckworth’s latest book will give you an impetus to turn entrepreneur
Silver jewellery designer Puja Bhargava Kamath talks about her career journey from India to USA, and the difference in doing business in both countries
A bride-to-be’s response to a successful mehendi party triggered off a new career for Shreya Mohan, and led to the creation of her events management company, Mor Punk.
Alankrita Shrivastava’s award-winning film ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ created a storm of controversy when the censor board blocked its release, deeming the subject of female sexuality unfit for public consumption. But the feisty filmmaker wasn’t going down without a fight.
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