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In Conversation with Technopreneur Manisha Raising...

It was around 2 years ago when Manisha Raisinghani decided to quit her high paying job as a consultant at IBM to start her own venture. She wanted to optimise logistics in companies across the countr...

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Sarandon’s Bare Cleavage Act

This is a poem in response to the saggy breast comments which were showered upon Susan Sarandon when she bared her cleavage as a memorial tribute to support the SAG awards. Various celebrities had neg...

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2 months ago
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A Startup which will Solve your Problems – “Yo...

Richa Singh’s , “YourDOST” originated out of a personal experience and therefore it is not just a business for her.When she was studying at IIT Guwahati, one of her hostel-mate committed suicide...

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2 months ago
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Dumb Girls Are Attractive!

If it is stupid, but if it works, it isn’t stupid! Mercedes LackeyDo dumb women attract men? Or the truth lies in the fact that it makes them feel superior ? Is being dumb the new trend ? We often n...

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2 months ago
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# 5 Indian Designers you should look out for

The Indian fashion industry has evidenced an evolving pattern of trends, styles, designs as well as designers. The talented chunk of people who create fashion for us are our designers. No matter what...

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2 months ago
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Indian Women CAN Protest

On 18th February, when 15,000 students assembled at Jantar Mantar to protest the arrest of JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar, a majority of the crowd was made by women, shouting at the top of their voice...

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2 months ago
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Is Happy Wife A Myth?

In the modern lexicon, where men are apparently emancipated and talk about a woman’s lib in social situations, they don’t really practice what they preach. In our society, men with good manners ar...

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2 months ago
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The Draupadi And Sita That RSS Is Afraid To See

Mythology has always been an essential part of shaping any country’s culture. India is a land of varied culture and diversities. There are innumerable Gods and Goddesses, hence, the opinions and vie...

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2 months ago
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Where are the Women Chefs In India

In the recent time, the world has witnessed a growing awareness among women. The feminist movement has strengthened all the more.In our male dominated society, where at some places, girls’ education...

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2 months ago
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Know Your Rights Against This Perpetuating Issue ...

All of us are aware of the recent #metoo hashtag which exploded across all social media channels – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. after actress Alyssa Milano called out to women to use it as a w...

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2 months ago
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Are you meant for an arranged marriage ?

A naive, submissive and docile girl walking in a saree, carrying a tray in her hand filled with samosas and cups of “chai”. From Bollywood to reality, this is what the picture of the “arrange ma...

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2 months ago
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Being Vulnerable is Powerful.

Baring our souls is a lot like getting naked; and when we get naked we expect people to look at us, at the very least.”Being vulnerable is hard, is what comes to our mind the moment we think of bein...

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3 months ago
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“The stimulus of the job is a motivation in itse...

“After observing the dismal condition of education around us, my friends and I, were discussing how best to bring about small meaningful changes to dissolve the stereotypes of education”, says Smr...

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2 months ago
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Aditi Goel

A proud owner of the culinary studio ‘Food-E: Culinary Studio’ in Mumbai, Aditi Goel is a gracious host to home bakers and chefs and even conducts workshops, customized food trials and demonstrat...

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7 years ago
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Ways to Deal With a Commitment Phobic !!

While some women think that the next step of a relationship has to be commitment, men on the other hand run away from committing themselves to one person. Running away from commitment is something wh...

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2 months ago
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Making Menstruation Affordable One Pad at a Time

We are standing in a small yellow-walled room on the first floor of the Sulabh Public School, in which there are four tables adorned by steel grey and red pieces of machinery and containers full of sn...

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4 years ago
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All Men are NOT Dogs All Women are NOT Angels

Times change, people change, situations change, perceptions change. Times have changed, so have men, and so have the women. Laws have changed, so has the news, and so have the views.Perceptions have c...

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2 months ago
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Reasons That Will Ruin Your Marriage

Marriage is an edifice that must be rebuilt every day, any tender mistake could break it down into pieces. Husbands generally juggle their heads to understand what makes their wives unhappy.Marriage i...

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2 months ago
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Namrata Soni: The Lady With the Magic Wand

Her natural ability to not only make her stars look beautiful but feel beautiful has made her a favourite amongst Bollywood fraternity. Makeup Expert- Namrata Soni is quite a hit with the stars.Kavita...

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2 months ago
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South of France- an extract from a traveller’s d...

If you have heard people saying that you should go to the South of France when you are old and retired, its time to change their perspective. South of France, has some of most picturesque cities with ...

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4 months ago
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Let’s Talk Unconventional

We tend to show a certain level of hesitance when it’s about accepting the unusual. We think that things should only take their natural course and any divergence from the natural, takes us time to u...

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4 months ago
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SNU in Partnership with Feministaa Held A Spectacu...

Feministaa Media Pvt. Ltd. partnered with Shiv Nadar University to put up a TEDx talk event, on November 13, 2016, held at Shiv Nadar University itself. TEDxShivNadarUniversity was an all-volunteer an...

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Smriti Irani : Being a feminist when convenient

She has been the talk of the town right since 2014. The queen of Modi’s cabinet, our ‘dear’ Smriti Irani has had a life that hasn’t been a simpler roller coaster ride than it was for her tortu...

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2 months ago
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Shabia Walia’s Inspirational Story Behind ‘Tat...

Shabia Walia had been a television media professional for the past 23-24 years. Around the end of 2013, she was getting more and more disillusioned by it. “The odd work hours, the kind of programmin...

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2 months ago
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Ankita Talks to Feministaa about her Journey with ...

Ankita Asai was in her final year at IIT Kanpur and she applied to Schlumberger during the placements season. “I was standing in front of 1000 smart people when the recruiters asked me to speak abou...

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2 months ago
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Travel Can Transform Our Lives, If We Allow It.

As humans we are drawn to movement. Traveling to new places, more or less interests everybody. But there are also stories of lives truly touched by travel such that they are life-changing. A group of ...

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2 months ago
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An Open Letter of a Big Fat Girl

The weighing scale shrieked out loud, a whopping 105 kgs. It still didn’t bother me because I’d any day prefer a hot chocolate fudge with double scoop of vanilla and chocolate ice-cream , toppled...

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4 months ago
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Joy To The World : Schweta Merchant

Youngest speaker on the TEDx TALK panel across the country, bagged the Award for ‘Youngest Social Entrepreneur, Surat’, Co-Chairman of GENNEXT South Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry, core ...

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2 months ago
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Do you know about the “Sukanya Scheme” ?

Every democratic nation tries to take the responsibility of the welfare of their citizens. Women are still a minority in India which is noticeable. Their improving stature in the society has been a ...

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2 months ago
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Popularity of YouTube in India is only the Beginni...

“We grow and people watch us because we talk about daily, normal things.”Anisha Dixit, popularly known as ‘rickshawali’ says that being who she is today, a YouTuber and Blogger, is something s...

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4 years ago
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Nation Bids Adieu To Amma

The Nation regrets losing a truly empowered woman today. J.Jayalalitha, better known as ‘Amma’ to masses; a people’s leader, extremely talented, possessing a multifaceted career was one of the m...

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2 months ago
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Unraveling Celebrities with 73 Questions: Our Take...

Why is everyone suddenly talking about the 73 Questions by Vogue? Is it because the recent video of actor Deepika Padukone candidly walking about her New York apartment leaving smart, quick answers ab...

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2 months ago
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Why do women get depressed ?

What bleeds inside? “I tried.. I’m trying.. Every day and in every way.. Not to think.. Not to wonder.. Gave it reason, every possible explanation! Trying to understand myself and the situation…...

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2 months ago
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What is the MET Gala 2019, anyway?

The MET Gala 2019 has been making the usual headlines and more significantly for the usual reasons. The outfits adorned by celebrities – the more absurd the better. The iconic Lady Gaga strip to the...

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2 months ago
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Maternity Leaves In India And Abroad

Motherhood is one of the beautiful emotions one woman goes through. There are times when your baby needs you the most, but instead of letting his tiny hands hold your finger, you’ve to get back to y...

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2 months ago
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Providing breathable organic clothing – Stretche...

Jeenie Madan and Nirali Mehta start every day in their entrepreneurial journey skyping between Indian and San Francisco. Working out of 2 different continents, the womenpreneurs have started and estab...

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2 months ago
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What Does Tapping Therapy Mean?

Are you an emotional eater? Are you searching for various ways to control it but nothing is as useful as expected?If the answers are affirmative, then maybe you should try the Emotional Freedom Techni...

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3 months ago
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5 Stand-Up Comedy Specials For Your Feminist Sou...

They say “comedy is tragedy plus time”. If that equation is true, and if comedy does, in fact, manifest from tragedy, then people who say women can’t be stand-up comedians are just fooling thems...

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2 months ago
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Smriti Sain Reflecting Upon her Journey with ‘Ch...

Smriti Sain spent a lot of time exploring her skills as a fashion student at NIFT. After having worked with big brands like Woodland and Ritu Kumar, she started up Chiaroscuro, a workshop initiative t...

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2 months ago
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Do you know what makes you beautiful ?

The question you ask your boyfriend or husband every now and then has an answer after all. There is not a single thing but a bundle of things, which make you who you are. All these things come togethe...

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2 months ago
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We Make Scholars by Damini Mahajan

WeMakeScholars (WMS) is an online study opportunities search and discovery platform providing information on scholarships, internships & educational service providers globally. Started by Damini Mahaj...

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2 months ago
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I will have what she is having

Why is it always that we want to have what we see others having? How do we let people influence our choices, needs and wants for instant gratification? Why do we give so much preference to what the ot...

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2 months ago
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Marriage isn’t for Me…

The limited understanding of oneself, especially as time percolates into hours, days and years, gets daunting, especially after marriage. Not only you have to adjust with your partner, you also need t...

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2 months ago
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Don’t Write Laws on Our Bodies Without Permissio...

Abortion, the deliberate termination of a human pregnancy, still holds a negative aura. This is because it is viewed from the narrow, non-gendered lenses. Abortion is a choice. It is the choice of a w...

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3 months ago
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In Search Of Identity : Devi Durga

The social media has come to become a platform of endless provocations. Like the one that floated up on my newsfeed as I was hurriedly dressing up for the coveted Ashtami’s Pushpanjali this Durga Pu...

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2 months ago
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Women Who Faced a Media Trial and Came Out Stronge...

Media is the fourth pillar of democracy. It holds the power to mold opinions, disrobe scams and bring truth to light. But what happens when the same press becomes a game of numbers and TRPs? Ethics go...

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4 months ago
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These Bollywood Actresses Defy the Stereotypical N...

Scrolling down my instagram feed, I stumbled upon the #UNFAIR AND LOVELY campaign. A social campaign gone viral that is challenging the hypocritical habit of colorism. Culture bias dictates our soci...

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2 months ago
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A Depressed Nation

1,35,445 suicides in India in 2012. 15 suicides an hour. 371 suicides a day. 17% of world’s suicides in the land of the golden bird. This ‘progression towards regression’ surely is an alarming s...

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2 months ago
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4 Handpicked Fashion Bloggers Talk to Feministaa A...

Blogging might seem like a piece of cake for the new generation kids, but its not as easy as it looks like. It requires time, effort, persistence and analysis. One needs to know what the audience like...

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2 months ago
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When I Asked My Mom ‘What Is In The Black Bag?...

I still remember when I was just 11 years old and was having dinner with my family. I asked my mum about a popular stayfree advertisement I saw on the television . I still remember that incident becau...

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4 months ago
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Let’s Talk About Cyber Stalking

I can be Charlie. I can be Mohammad Hussain. I can be Peter. I can be Maya. I can be Padmavati. I can be all of these.Internet is a powerful tool to connect the world. Go back to 1980s and imagine you...

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2 months ago
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An Open Letter to the Admirers of “Pyaar Ka Punc...

It’s true that we all had a good laugh after watching the movie, ‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama’ . Let us not forget the ultimate dose of laughter, experienced post Rajat’s rant, criticising girlfriends...

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2 months ago
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4 Inspirational Young Designers you should look ou...

come and go. But these ladies are here to stay !!Here is a handpicked list of talented fashion designers who are on their way up Samatvam by Anjali BhaskarI believe as much we may look at external obj...

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2 months ago
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How to be an Ideal Bahu – Some steps to Self-Ann...

Sometimes I sit back in my chair. I sit and think. Mostly with a cup of tea in my hands, otherwise, with nothing in my hands. Mostly I think about how people think. Mostly I come to the conclusion tha...

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2 months ago
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Your Age is more than just a number !!

You don’t stop laughing when you grow up. You grow old when you stop laughing.Life is a simple flowchart. At 25, priority is marriage; At 29, the priority is a baby; and 35 onwards… life goes on K...

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2 months ago
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#FemShare – 30 And Single? Character Toh Theek H...

A single girl in her thirties is pretty much labeled by everybody around. If not verbally, silently so, but definitely labeled.It has got nothing to do with how she behaves, how she talks, how she per...

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2 months ago
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Get to know our Indian Women Authors

Arundhati Roy Are you craving for reading a book whose every line is like a quote that defines your life, your politics or your country? If yes, you have to read Arundhati Roy, one of the most famous ...

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2 months ago
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Jyotsna Shrivastava: Teach me the way I learn

Ever since she started her education, Jyotsna Shrivastava always wanted help students with special needs. Growing up, she pursued her B. Ed. in Special Education and went further to get her degree in ...

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2 months ago
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5 Tips to a Healthy You in 2016 !!

Avoiding junk food is not the only prerequisite to a healthy lifestyle. However, what we eat otherwise, which is Indian food, too has its own shortcomings. Every year, our new year resolution revolves...

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4 months ago
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Are We Neglecting the old women around us?

Amidst clanking utensils, whistling of the pressure-cooker and the aromas wafting around her frail body, the face of an old woman emerges.Wrinkles run down from the corner of her eyes all the way to t...

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2 months ago
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How to find that one Inspiration ?

When aspire, aspire big. When dream, dream big When achieve, achieve it all Every dream should be big, that’s how one will be a creator of something substantial. The perception of things and ho...

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2 months ago
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Ladies, The “P” Word is not a Problem !!

There are a lot of ‘P’ words which lead to premature ventricular contractions in our heart, but one such word which almost gives me a mini heart attack is no other than our ‘Aunt Flo’.No, I’...

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4 months ago
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Are Bald Women Feminine?

She was ten years old. Tender and innocent. Standing in front of the entire student’s assembly. The school used to ask the birthday students to come up on the dias, as the assembly sang ‘Happy Bir...

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2 months ago
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Here’s How Your Depressive Symptoms Might Harm Y...

A tip for all the soon-to-be moms! If you are freaking out about the truckload of responsibility that will follow the birth of your baby, grab a glass of water and take a deep breath. Because for a he...

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3 months ago
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2016 Will See A Revolution in Bollywood

With the new year coming in, Bolly-world seems to be giving a huge shout out to women dominated movies! 2015, saw some brilliant performance of female actors; Tanu’s comeback, Sircar’s Piku, the b...

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2 months ago
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Meet the Top Women Leaders of India

What does it take to change a woman’s life? Or how does a woman become a leader, a protagonist? Our lives are little, quite sporadic, yet there’s too much to be done. In India, women still face se...

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2 months ago
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Is India ready to change it’s decades old relian...

To just give a picture, you can witness women standing in front of a government hospital, basically farmer wives or hailing from similar class structured marred with penury. Early morning, the doctor ...

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2 months ago
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What’s The Fuss Behind The Fun in Travel Busines...

Are you a person for whom ‘break’ means a weekend getaway to Ladakh or Darjeeling? You think you have it in you to monetise your craving for travel? Ms. Nidhi Batra, Co-founder and Director of Nir...

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2 months ago
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Are We Losing Control ?

Gone are those days when marriage was considered a sacred institution. The woman of today, audacious and independent, is no longer a damsel-in-distress, rather she is a fighter, nonchalantly walking o...

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2 months ago
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Your clothes “empower” you- Do you know how ?

Why is it that your mood is better when you wear your favorite piece of clothing? Has it occurred to you that your clothes really do make you feel in a certain way? Well, they certainly do affect your...

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2 months ago
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Guide To Parents : Child Molestation (Part 2)

This is in continuation to my previous article on Sexual Abuse : Guide To Parents : Child Molestation (Part 1) The other things we need to keep a watch on are these:TONE!!Something we need to keep in ...

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2 months ago
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An Influential Instagram Entrepreneur Shares her T...

Rubaina Virani , a home grown entrepreneur talks about her strategy and her journey which started with just an instagram page.Now, she has a full fledged business where she supplies her products to va...

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2 months ago
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To Be a Muslim Woman in India | #TheIndianMuslimGi...

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.Indian Muslim Women, adorned with their flowy Burkhas, or veiled under the ...

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3 years ago
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The 21st Century Indian Woman!

Being a modern woman in the Indian society has never been easy. You have to face criticisms your entire life. Her survival is guarded by the judgements of the society and her struggles are often ignor...

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2 months ago
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Why Indian women don’t pursue engineering as a c...

In the words of James A Michener,” Scientists dream about doing great things. Engineers do them.”India is home to some of the finest universities in the world, especially in the field of science a...

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4 months ago
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Kirti Bhoutika

The girl who wowed everyone with her amiable smile and flawless bakery skills, Kirti Bhoutika, is also a trained dancer and painter! Meet the MasterChef India winner of 2016 up close and personal.The ...

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6 years ago
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Have you experienced the “bartering happiness”...

Anubhuti Joshi, co-founder of Planet for growth is merely a 21 years old entrepreneur who has made her debut in the social space. Anubhuti, along with her brother started the venture, Planet for grow...

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2 months ago
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Busting the Karva Chauth’s Myth

He had decided to fast for his wife’s long life. It was early morning, 4 o’clock. Immediately, he applied for a sick leave. Switched off his cell-phone! Abandoned that morning glass of water. Got ...

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2 months ago
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Delete Guilt, Insert Love: A Guide To Self-Healing

Guilt is one of the most commonly dramatic reactions that the mind creates as a crisis response to a situation. Imagine the case of an anxious colleague playing out a blame game, or a guy you once dat...

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3 months ago
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A Mere “Casual” Kiss

A kiss of true love which woke up sleeping beauty from her curse has always been immensely inspirational!Many girls still believe that a kiss is that magical! It tells girls, what they want to know ab...

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2 months ago
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“Mard Banna Chorh, Insaan Ban Ja Pehle” PARCHE...

In a world where cinema is not just treated as entertainment but also as a way to escape reality, ironically some movies aim only towards bringing out the real picture of society and sometimes they ev...

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2 months ago
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The Delhi Bride Says…

With a lethal amalgamation of the Marwadis, the punjabis and the sindhis, the delhi society is synonymous with the “bling society”.The jewellery, the designer clothes and the swaroski clutches com...

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2 months ago
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Uncivilized Daughters – Review

Abhivyakti, the theatre society of Maitreyi College, University of Delhi performed its home production “The Uncivilized Daughters” on 2nd of September at Akshara Theatre, New Delhi. Feministaa got...

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2 months ago
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Why Indian Marriages are Truly Patriarchal ?

Disguised behind the sacred rituals, the Marriages in India are weaved with innumerable patriarchal customs and trends, that belittle the identity and consent of a woman, without her even being aware ...

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2 months ago
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Season Finale of Under The Banyan Tree on a Full M...

– Under the Banyan Tree on a Full Moon Night is a special concert series showcasing rich Indian classical and folk music in a baithak-style ambience – The concluding concert on June 24th 2018 at 1...

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2 months ago
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When you dive in the 25

If asked, what is the best age? Everyone has a different answer for this one question. Is it because what they experience at a particular age or because when they feel settled and happy? For some it c...

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2 months ago
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Women Empowerment Is Important For Development

India, recently marked 70 Years of Independence and with projects like “Make In India” and “Digital India” campaign, it won’t be wrong to say that India is rapidly moving towards development...

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2 months ago
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Are you happy or ARE YOU HAPPY?

Remember those times when the best birthday gift was a collection of your funny pictures from your childhood by your mother and the best birthday meal would be a hand-cooked meal by your grandmother? ...

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2 months ago
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An Open Letter : “Marriage Will Come Eventually...

Hey guys! It’s been a long time since we’ve talked. Well, Over the foot stomping and doors banging there’s not much of a provision for an informed debate, Is there? Well, I apologize. I know I...

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2 months ago
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Do Women Have More Affairs Than Men ?

It’s quite usual for foreigners to react to marital discretions with an indifferent shrug but the latest research by Ashley Madison, a global dating website states that 76% of Indian women do not th...

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2 months ago
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How Not To Procrastinate When You’re Working Fro...

The struggle to make any progress with work can be very real, if you are prone to procrastination.A lot of people, yours truly included, cannot bring their A-game on until there is a pressing deadline...

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2 months ago
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The Marvelous World of Mrs Maisel

The first thought as I entered the marvelous world of Mrs Maisel was why am I watching a series of another wife who loves her husband too much and is confined in yet another home of patriarchy?But as ...

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2 months ago
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Does the modern day girl have that kind of strengt...

To many, values seem archaic. Values sound synonymous to being outdated beliefs and superstitions; things that would hold you back from following your dreams. The values that many of the young are ple...

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2 months ago
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Varsha Wadhwa

Varsha Wadhwa, the young and upcoming, yet another fabulous avant-garde designer from Kolkata strongly believes that fashion should not just be limited to fashion, as it can go way beyond that. This s...

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5 years ago
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Weekend Binge! 5 Web Series With Strong Female Lea...

Ready for a nice long satisfying weekend TV binge? Lucky for us, streaming giants these days are loaded with so much content that it is quite impossible to keep track. With the entertainment industry ...

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2 months ago
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She quit her job 3 months before her Wedding to St...

Quitting her job 3 month before her wedding and starting up, the story of Taniya Taniya Dhirasaria was curious and optimistic as a child. Born and brought up in a Marwari family from a small town call...

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2 months ago
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Providing sustainable livelihoods to local artisan...

Mochis or cobblers have traditionally belonged to the schedule caste and other backward classes spread across India. Involved in the production of leather footwear, most of them have become involved w...

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2 months ago
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How to Manage The Work-Life Balance ?

If you happen to be a women that too born in a country like India, where the patriarchal system still prevails, you might have a tough time battling through your personal and professional life. This i...

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2 months ago
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Weekend Binge! 5 Web Series With Strong Female Lea...

Ready for a nice long satisfying weekend TV binge? Lucky for us, streaming giants these days are loaded with so much content that it is quite impossible to keep track. With the entertainment industry ...

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2 months ago
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The Indian Arrange Marriage sham

Togetherness is celebrated because it’s beautiful and one might also say that it’s eternal. In Indian culture, we believe marriage to be the purest form of unity.According to Hindu mythology, it i...

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2 months ago
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Watch Out for these Indian Women in Rio Olympics

In the 120 years long history of modern Olympics, this is for the first time that Olympics are happening during the winter season of the host country. The 2016 Rio Olympics are about to begin and no m...

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2 months ago
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Main Mard Hoon: Is Modern day feminism a celebrati...

A short while ago, roughly some 4.5 billion years, God created a man and a woman, hoping for sustainable co-existence of life in his experimental venture on earth. The alien ladka valas from Mars and ...

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2 months ago
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Why is the Concept of ‘Marriage’ declining ?

‘Marriage is an institution where you forcefully compromise, sacrifice and ultimately lose your identity and individuality.’- Married Man ‘Marriage is lifelong death sentence where you’re ali...

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2 months ago
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The sexuality of a woman is propelled by the need ...

The sexuality of a woman is not pleasure driven, it is propelled by the need to reproduce and run the lines of humanity- the social role given to a being of an anatomical design by the society. Women ...

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2 months ago
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To Wear A Burqa Or Not : Choice Be With Me

We as women deal with a lot everyday. Our struggles do vary across our social locations in regard to caste, class, religion, race etc. but the existence of the struggle is nevertheless there, always. ...

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2 months ago
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Not Psychosomatic, Your Exhaustive Tiredness Might...

I never took Shweta seriously when she would look as if she is ready to drop after performing as simple a task as creating a presentation early morning at the office. Her face would tell me she had a ...

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3 months ago
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Ruchika Beri – The Marketer who Helped Grow Jewe...

With 7 years of marketing experience, Ruchika Beri joined Jewelove, a platinum jewellery e-commerce website, the brainchild of founder Sambhav. Ruchika, soon after joining found her role extremely cha...

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Encounter with your Ex- Boyfriend

Like some wines, our love could neither mature nor travel. Graham GreeneOnce you get hold of this thought, you will realize that you complicate your life more than anyone else does. Maybe he cheated o...

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Shirley Setia

With a close to three million following on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter, Shirley Setia spoke to us to inspire millions of aspiring girls through her tremendously stimulating and unbelievab...

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World’s Favourite Talcum Powder Causes Ovarian C...

A legal case was slapped against the Johnson & Johnson by a U.S. jury on Monday to pay a sum of $55million to a woman customer who claimed that she got diagnosed for ovarian cancer after using the com...

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How ‘Angry Indian Goddesses’ Has Failed Us

Women, it’s not time to rejoice! Unfortunately, we do not have a path-breaking film, in flesh and blood that can give a tight slap to patriarchy and male chauvinism. Neither does it make a bold stat...

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3 months ago
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Making Waves 2018: The Grand Women Entrepreneur Ne...

Making Waves 2018 is a grand woman entrepreneur networking meet organized by Surprise Me Event and in collaboration with Haute Islands. Making Waves is organized with an objective to create a platform...

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“I will not go ahead with this marriage” – R...

Bravo Remya! The entire social media saw how she called off her wedding as her fiancée’s family demanded dowry. A resident of Thrissur in Kerala, she openly stated in her Facebook post: “Since I...

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Sneha Singhi

Happy Girls are Pretty GirlsDaughter of a tycoon, and a rebel in herself, a successful restaurateur/chef; Sneha Singhi is one of the youngest and most successful entrepreneurs in the city of joy. ...

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Unrequited Love

She was 19, and he was 18. A son of a bureaucrat, with wild ambitious dreams! She had fallen in love with him, but too late. Destiny at times is torturous. She had to travel for her higher education, ...

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Suchita Salwan & her Little Black Book

Breaking the monotony with Little Black Book!How many times have you missed out on an event happening in your city, because you did not know about it? Suchita Salwan was one such working professional ...

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Here are the Do’s and Don’ts of Travelling Sol...

Ladies, we get very excited when we plan a trip with our friends or family. But we think twice when an idea of solo travelling springs up. Sometimes, we don’t get the right companion and sometimes, ...

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Madhu Chebolu & the story of Freshchops

From teaching students to handling meat deliveries..Madhu Chebolu was teaching kids in schools when she was offered an opportunity in an operations role in Klay Prep School. Simultaneously, she starte...

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The dilemma of the 20’s

The ending of the teenage life comes at your 20’s, which is a new beginning all together. It is a roller coaster ride, but an exciting one, if you are smart enough to put the seat belt on. Your coll...

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Why 2015 was a Great Year for Women ?

2015 is marked as a momentous year for the woman of today. We witnessed substantial contribution towards the issue of gender equality and the empowerment of women. Women in turn also did their bit to...

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What I Was Taught In The Name Of Safety

“Akeli ladki khuli tijori ki tarah hoti hai”- I’ve literally grown up getting bombarded with this line from all corners just like most other girls in India. To survive in a society where the len...

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Barkha Dutt : India’s Best Known Journalist

Her twitter account shouts that she’s a rebel. An honest unbiased journalist who is feared by politicians. She is the one who has lifted the veil of the face of the Indian politics and is not afraid...

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The Unknown side of Firdaus

Sensual, seductive and secretive, Katrina’s character from Fitoor is literally oozing with grand narratives, intimacy and boldness. She acts, displaying her mettle, speaks revealing her erudite comm...

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I Wear My Style! by Mani Agarwal

“I failed miserably in my corporate career and was always at the bottom when it came to ratings in comparison to my peers”Mani Agarwal, the founder of I Wear My Style comes from a Commerce backgro...

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Renuka Dabhade says, “Denim Over Me”

Renuka Dabhade was shopping on the streets of a small market, when she realized the potential of sturdy cotton! A fabric being used only in apparels, she was convinced that the potential of cotton in ...

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#FemShare – I’m a World Of Contradictions

I’m a world of contradictions Of stories and non-fictions In me lies the endless possibilities I’m also the black hole withinI’m sometimes a lively sight I’m sometimes an ugly crier I’m also...

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It’s all about Humanity!

“I was not ladylike, nor was I manly. I was something else altogether. There were so many different ways to be beautiful.” ― Michael CunninghamTransgender is generally described as an umbrella t...

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The Buffet Foundation & Contraceptives

Ten years ago, barely anyone used an IUD in United States. The device had an awful history and lingering reputation. These T-shaped devices are either made of copper or contain certain hormones; when ...

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4 months ago
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These Indian Commercials are all for Women power !...

Commercials today are launching ads that have women empowerment written all over them. The role of women in society’s advancement cannot be ignored. And marketer’s have taken to it.Amul Raises a G...

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The Horrific Truth Behind Female Genital Mutilatio...

As women, we have faced enough discrimination already. Be it in our own households by our parents, at the hands of our bosses or by the society at large. We have always been looked down upon as the we...

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4 months ago
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The Multifaceted Feministaa – Rashmi Bansal

A writer, entrepreneur and a youth expert, Rashmi Bansal is the author of two bestselling books ‘Stay Hungry Stay Foolish’ and ‘Connect the Dots’. She is also the co-founder and editor of JAM ...

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The Paradox of the Anti-Triple Talaq Bill

The year gone by saw several landmark judgments from the Supreme Court. It would not be wrong to declare 2017 as the year of impeccable judgments. The year saw some intrepid judgments in the form of R...

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Dia Mirza

Being woken up at five in the morning by my parents, and setting off to watch the sunrise and have a sunrise picnic in Banjara Hills. That is the fondest memory I have from my childhood.Growing Up & F...

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Why Draupadi is Our Favourite Character from Mahab...

Draupadi’s admirable character is revealed in the most humiliating incident of her life – her disrobing by the wicked Dushasana. Though she was victimised but her exceptional character transforms ...

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How travelling is not the only option to rejuvenat...

The feeling of serenity is at it’s peak, when one sees this kind of a picture in a Conde Nast, or a Prevention Magazine. The first thought in mind, is either a much awaited long vacation, or a long...

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Tjori – An Online Shop for Indian Handicrafts

Tjori by Mansi Gupta, is an E-commerce platform which caters to shoppers who are constantly in hunt for handicrafts ranging from apparel to accessories to footwear and jewellery. India is a huge mark...

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The Feminist Fable of the infamous Frida Kahlo

A Mexican Artist with flowers in her hair, mischief in her eyes and a bridging unibrow she adorned with pride, meet Frida Kahlo, the woman, the myth, the legend, whose life was as grand and vivid as h...

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Life between Birth and Death

I just returned from a crematorium. My first encounter with the place. I was scared to death before entering. After I entered, I was shocked to see it crowded. No sooner I entered could hear people h...

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An Open Letter from a Bi-sexual Man

As I turned around with a stern face (with music blaring through my earphones) when touched on my shoulder in the pushy queue while disembarking from the plane, the guy touching my shoulder smiled and...

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5 Bollywood Actresses Who Fought for Their Lives

“Cancer affects all of us, whether you’re a daughter, mother, sister, friend, co-worker, doctor, or patient.” –Jennifer AnistonMumtaz was the heartthrob of the box office in the 1960’s. She ...

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On Her Journey to Inspire – Supriya Paul

She was just like anyone of us is : a simple girl wanting to go to a prestigious college, doing a a good course and then finding a decent job to settle down with. But then, over the course of time, re...

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Vodafone’s Kavita Nair is Happy To Help

Kavita Nair joined as the first female product manager at Vodafone. And she has never looked back ever since! Very few people know this about Kavita, she talks to her grandmother once at a fixed time ...

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Did You know this about ‘Holika’ ?

Holi is the festival of Colours which comes in the Spring season. Holi is mainly a two festival first day is Holika Dahan and the second day is Dhulendi or Dhulandi. Holika Dahan is celebrated on the ...

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It’s time to change ‘The Man of the House’

Usually where women are seen as major economic burdens, there was a major development towards recognising the identity of women in a family. The High Court has passed a judgment stating that a woman ...

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META 2019 Brings Home the Best of Indian Theater

The 14th edition of the Mahindra Excellence in Theatre Awards (META), a week-long national theatre festival and awards ceremony, announced its list of nominations on 20th February 2019. The 10 selecte...

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Manya Jha is Shaping Ideas with Morphedo !

What if you were involved in design and manufacturing of any accessory you wear? You could choose the color, texture, patterns..Sounds crazy, doesn’t it? Manya Jha’ s startup story is all about is...

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Pallavi Singh Providing Hindi Lessons to Foreigner...

Pallavi Singh was in the 3rd year of engineering when she realized that Electronics and Communication was not her cup of tea. With a love for Hindi and the zeal to speak the language, Pallavi decided ...

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What Is The Recent #TheRealMacho Campaign by Amul ...

These five men, from different forms of life, got together to answer this one question and their answer showed us an absolutely different and beautiful side of masculinity.From Ye Toh Bada Toing Hai t...

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Nandita Das

Setting ‘Fire’ (Debut 1996) to all the stereotypes that exist in the Indian Cinema Nandita Das talks candidly about women, being yourself and most importantly accepting yourself just the way you a...

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Success comes to those who Rebel

To every woman who comes across this letter, I am writing this to let you know that being a rebel is the only recourse you can take in order to become successful in a society that constantly tries to ...

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Are You The Modern Indian Independent Woman?

In the 21st century, strong, independent women are definitely having a trouble with their love lives. These women have taken control of their lives, a phenomenon which was not possible before, and hav...

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“I depend on my own Emotions to design” – Su...

Suhani Pitte is a well renowned name in the Jewellery Industry. A brand well known for its exquisite designs, Suhani Pitte has made a mark not only in India but also overseas. More than just a jewelle...

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How to choose the right life partner ? – An expe...

There is no right or wrong, when you jot down the list . Sometimes, even after dating a person for a couple of years, one doesn’t get to know the person and sometimes even two meetings are enough to...

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Is Prostitution Legal in India ?

Officially Indian government has legalized prostitution in the country but its definition is limited to the exchange of money for sex. In fact, it does not include soliciting sex, brothel keeping and ...

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Can tinder get you hitched? Yes

Yes really? How many matches though.Well, a week ago I encountered this couple Simmy Rohilla and Vikas Rathee who apparently met on tinder, got engaged in June and are getting married this coming Jan...

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Resurrecting the ‘Dead’ Powers of The Dead Sea...

Manisha Chopra , Co-Founder-Director at SeaSoul Cosmeceuticals, has been a pioneer in high-definition make-up in Australia for over a decade. A sought-after make-up artist for fashion models and tradi...

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The Jamia Canteen Supports Women Workers

The Jamia canteen run by a set of women is located next to the Zakir Hussain Library at the Jamia University’s main campus. Salma Ansari, the vice president and Hamid Ansari’s wife, inaugurated i...

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The Top 10 New Year Must-Haves

Every New Year is a clean slate to write a new life on. It is about time to make those resolutions, and carry them forward (for at least 15 days). This 10 must-haves for New Year are simple, realistic...

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She Walks, She Leads – A Book Review

She Walks, She Leads is an anthology of biographies of 24 inspirational women achievers in India. Penned by Gunjan Jain, this book narrates the stories of struggles and milestones of women who defied ...

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Top 5 Websites for Baby Shopping

Rejoice! No more waiting for your husband or the weekend to shop for your little one. Along with the pressure to shop is coupled, the hassle to look after your baby. But, In this digital era, everythi...

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Do You Know About these Indian Women Athletes ?

For an Indian woman, a career in sports is highly unlikely. While, it is not often encouraged by Indian families, some women are not able to get the right assistance and opportunity to prove their tal...

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You don’t have to Objectify a Woman to Sell a Pr...

Vir Das, one of India’s favourite comedians has stood up against the many advertisements which have women being objectified to market the products.A number of Bollywood celebrities have been endorsi...

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India Art Fair 2018

India Art Fair, the leading platform to discover modern and contemporary art from South Asia, announces programme highlights for the 2018 edition. Presented in partnership with BMW Group in India, the...

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Jumping into your 30s? Here’s some advice!

Okay, so here’s the first thing about turning 30.It’s NOT the end of your life!I always wondered why women made such a big deal out of turning 30, that why turning thirty was supposed to be such a...

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Why our mothers are our biggest Inspirations ?

A Mother is an epitome of power, love and sacrifice. She is a woman who can only influence us in the most positive light. A Mother has always been portrayed as a strong individual who bears her chi...

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Ritu Singh providing Your care, Your way!

In the beginning of 2015, Ritu Singh placed an order for medicines with one of the major players. After a shoddy service experience from them, she did a little research in the online medical services ...

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This Sister Duo from ‘Outhouse’ has Redefined ...

Sisterhood is a beautiful bond and being partners in business with your sister can be a tough decision for many. Sometimes, working with your family can be a big responsibility and can cause persona...

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Nature or Nurture – It’s either of your parent...

You reap what you sow. Agreed? You take all the moral values, stuff them down your child’s throat and voila! You have just created a walking-talking, a humanoid ethical masterpiece! Dramatic pause. ...

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Sanitary Pads Are NOT a Luxury

When the Homeless Women are on their PeriodWomen spend around 3,000 days of their lives menstruating and thus, the cost of having a vagina turns out to be costly. Sanitary napkins are still taxed at 1...

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Roshni Singh, rediscovering creativity with “Fel...

Roshni Singh was a creative child and as she grew up, she learnt the art of sewing and knitting from her mother. At a very early age, she developed a knack for turning something ordinary into somethin...

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If A Child ‘Sexually Abuses’ Another Child, Th...

53% of children in India are subject to sexual assault. (Source : Women and Child Development Ministry)Sadly, most cases go unnoticed because kids are unable to express their discomfort in such cases....

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Are Open Relationships A Thing?

How would you define an ‘open relationship’ if you were in one? Relationships are sacred bonds between people based out of a connection and somewhere down the line it becomes hard to club it into ...

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What makes him happy ?

A new relationship, or a long distance one or even a married one, each and every relationship requires efforts from both sides to make it work. Happiness drives the relationship and makes it stronger ...

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10 ways to care for yourself during Menstruation

Periods can be really painful, especially with the corollary of painful cramps, irritation, mood-swings and anger. It is very necessary to take ample care of yourself as you fight it through, month af...

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How to deal with other women at the workplace ?

Leadership is always attributed with factors like dominance, assertiveness and decisiveness. Women at the workplace are slowly transforming their mindsets and thought processes to be similar to those ...

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Is Rape LEGAL in India After Marriage ?

“Happy marriages begin when we marry the ones we love and they blossom when we love the ones we marry” Tom MullenMARITAL RAPE IN INDIADuring the 1980s, a handful of state judges opined in dicta w...

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Meet the Bonita Herself – Charu Srivastava

After a successful career of 10 years in the corporate world, Charu Srivastava decided to leave it all to startup Bonita!“I took the decision to become an entrepreneur nearly 6 years back. My friend...

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If Molestation does not Discriminate, why do we ?

It was the perfect Saturday night. With my husband and some common friends. Stories, good food and a drink or two in the comfort of my house is all it takes. One of the stories that made way that even...

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New-Age Army Wives : No More A Shadow Spouse

The Army (or armed forces) is perhaps the only organization where the spouses play a fundamental role in smooth discharge of social obligations and responsibilities. When a ‘lady’ joins the extend...

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Sonali Gupta

One of our handpicked Feministaas, Sonali Gupta is a professional Model and a renowned Anchor. She is the perfect combination of an ambitious Indian woman with the perfect tint of glamour required to ...

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The Media Rumble 2018 – What News Can Be!

In a time, when the whole world has become centered around news, The Media Rumble, organized in association with The Teamwork Arts and NewsLaundry on the 3rd and 4th August, spread boundaries beyond w...

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Powerful Postures : Yoga For Brides-To-Be

Your wedding month is here, feeling a lil tad bit north of frazzled? Girls on your wedding day, you surely would want to be feeling your best, and what better way to cultivate the eventual version of ...

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Madhuri Banerjee

When you pick up a book that says “Losing My VIRGINITY & other dumb ideas”, what’s the first thought that comes to your mind about the author ?For someone whose first book had the “V” word o...

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The Right Food For the Expecting Mothers

Becoming a mother is believed to be one of the most beautiful experiences that a woman has the chance to experience. During her pregnancy, everything is taken care of, right from the clothes she wears...

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Check out the most inspiring Mother-Daughter Duo...

“Like Mother, Like Daughter” Five mothers, five daughters—all of them are remarkably talented, highly ambitious and supremely successful! We are all used to hearing “fathers and sons” runnin...

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How Should You Handle Long Distance Love ?

Long distance relationships, like invisible silence coating the misty sunrise during a winter morning, are ephemeral. With the amount of love, trust and hope endowed in making it work, creates its own...

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Kaleidoscope 2018 Through The Looking Glass

In the suffocating heat of September, Kaleidoscope 2018 – The Annual Cultural Festival by Sophia College for Women is like a breath of fresh air. In its 33rd year, the iconic inter-collegiate festiv...

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Spicing It Up : Tulsi Khemka

I had a bad pregnancy and quit my job overnight! Tulsi Khemka never planned on starting up! While she was resting during her pregnancy, she decided to ensure that it doesn’t stop her from working, ...

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These cases of Sexual Harassment will shock you !!

The definition of Sexual Harassment has always baffled me. I’ve researched immensely about this particular social issue and have always come to the same conclusion that the victims of sexual harass...

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Long distance love is funny

Relationships are funny, they make you smile, they make you cry, but they help you evolve and learn.Distance is what makes a relationship even funnier because in this case, the distance could be eithe...

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Surrogacy : Exploitation or a boon?

Surrogacy is when a woman carries a baby for another couple and gives up the baby at birth. In the past decade, commercial surrogacy has grown tremendously in India. It is currently estimated to be a ...

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Celebrating Womanhood – Aparajita 2017

“A woman is like a tea bag – you can’t tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water”- Eleanor Roosevelt Aparajita 2017 was a felicitation ceremony of such women, with ovaries of steel...

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Hiral Mehta on Becoming of an Artist

“Creativity is nothing but playing with your intelligence.” Contemporary mix media artist, Hiral Mehta is the Founder of the House of Hiral. With her art graciously displayed at the Raj Bhavan, K...

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When I Found Out that He was Cheating On Me

The truly scary thing about undiscovered lies is that they have a greater capacity to diminish us than exposed ones. They erode our strength, our self-esteem, our very foundation. —Cheryl HughesHe w...

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For I have been the judge of my actions !!

For I have been the judge of my actions I blame or praise none for my achievements For my thoughts were controlled by logical analysis (for my actions are driven by logical approach) If I rise, I’ll...

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What does a woman expect from her guy when she is ...

While on periods, some women can be really difficult to handle. With all the cranky taunts and the mood swings, she wants all the attention on her. The first two days are the worst for all and then it...

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The Laung Gawacha Girl – Avneet Khurmi

You might know Avneet as the amazing singer in Nucleya’s famous song, ‘Laung Gawacha’ and ‘Aaja’, but Feministaa discovered a whole new side of this super talented girl!Born and brought up i...

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Power Of Words – What Effect Bedtime Stories Hav...

How much can books make or break lives, I often ask myself. What role do they play in shaping up who you are? Well if you ask me, I’d say – quite a lot.And yet, do we realize the power of printed ...

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On their Way to Revive the Dying Crafts Industry ...

The vision of Bunosilo is to provide good quality, well fitting, handcrafted clothes made out of hand loomed fabric to the customers worldwide. Bunosilo aims at promoting the dying craft techniques of...

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The hands that rock the cradle can rule the boardr...

Daughter. Sister. Wife. Mother. But first, a woman. Gone are the days when the potential of women shied away behind purdahs and burkhas. Today women stand tall with men and are proving their mettle i...

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Pyaar ka “Punch”-nama?!

Women are emotional, sensitive, needy and yes, they do love shopping . They want men to understand that they are not the greedy blood sucking species, which men have stereotyped women to be. Some men ...

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Say no to “Barbaadi.com”

Love: Is a temporary insanity curable by marriage. We have heard a million times that marriages are made in heaven, and how God has chosen “the one” for each one of us. All this seems more dream...

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Embracing Sensuality: Gabriella Demetriades For Fe...

Standing in 2019, how much India appreciates women who are confident, bold and happy in their own skin?We asked Gabriella Demetriades, the brand owner of Deme about how India perceives bold beauties. ...

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She is not just a Maid Manager !!

Being a homemaker is a beautiful job in its self. It is as hard as any full time job, but the difference is that an outside job pays you and an “at home” job earns for you, love and respect from y...

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The Fearful Truth Behind Breast Implants

“My Breast Implants Slowly Poisoned Me,” these are the words of a Model turned DJ Crystal Hefner. She recently narrated her ordeal of pain on Facebook and Instagram, where she explained how harmfu...

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Protecting The Honour, Are We?

Jayasi, a Sufi poet, describes Padmavati, the princess of the Singhala kingdom, as a lady with mythical beauty. Jayasi’s Padmavati represents intelligence, Raja Ratansen is a parable for human soul,...

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Swara Bhaskar

Swara Bhaskar started her acting career with the 2009 film Madholal Keep Walking, which was screened at the 33rd Cairo International Film Festival, after she moved to Mumbai from her place of birth, D...

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Gender Politics in JNU

On one hand, there is AISA shouting gender empowerment; claiming that by expelling their rape-accused leader they support the victim and on the other hand, the environment in JNU is completely against...

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Check Mate : Have u checked it out ?

The classics never go out of fashion and some trends like the checks and polkas are forever young trends. The fashion industry always keeps coming back to these timeless trends because they know they ...

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Ways to not let your PMS mess up your Routine !!

It was like any other morning. I found my flat mate’s post it on my door, “It is your turn to take out the trash”, it said. I was amazed at the diligence of that note every alternate week consid...

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Read The Language Of Your Mane

Ever wondered why humans are the only species to sport a consciously thick crop of hair on the head while the rest of our body shed its hair millions and millions of years back? It is a sign of our sp...

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Marissa Mayer, CEO Of Yahoo is Criticised for a Sh...

Have you ever heard of a Man being criticised for a short Paternity Leave ?Its a fact that 75% of new mothers take their full leave at Yahoo. Marisa Mayer has been slammed hard by the critics for not...

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Pooja Misal

Pooja Misal is indeed a misal for many women who envision a change in the landscape of education sector in India. Feministaa got an opportunity to introduce you to her vision, challenges, inspiration ...

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I Would Still Bleed, Even After Zero Tax

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A vision to improve the technology landscape of the Indian education industry, Geetanjali Khanna and her partner, Gaurav Krishna Barman, together with over 30 years of rich experience in the fields of...

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Hey Mister.. Are You Married?

Ek chutki sindoor ki kimat tum kya jaano Ramesh Babu…” This is a famous dialogue from a Bollywood movie which everyone would have heard of. Well, it’s true.How would men ever know the worth of ...

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2 months ago
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Find Yourself Through Flying Squirrel Holidays

What if you could pause your life for a moment? It could be that moment in time when you are in harmony with your mind, body and soul, away from all negative feelings and toxicity. Flying Squirrel Hol...

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2 months ago
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Passion Drives You To Excel | Priyanka Gupta For F...

“You are living, you are doing your day to day stuff but in that, if nothing excites you if nothing drives you and makes you feel alive, then there’s something you need to look at.”https://www.y...

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3 months ago
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My Experience of the ‘Big Fat Indian Wedding’

And they arrived, loaded with heavy jewellery, layered make up, lovely saris and fitted sherwanis . It’s the guests I’m talking about. And they’re greeted by our overzealous host , “Oh I’m s...

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2 months ago
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Being the 21st Century Modern Day Woman !!

“The day will come when men will recognize woman as his peer, not only at the fireside, but in councils of the nation. Then, and not until then, will there be the perfect comradeship, the ideal unio...

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2 months ago
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Maheima Kapur and her Journey to ‘Talking Street...

Maheima Kapur had been working for 9 years across different FMCG organizations when she quit her job to start her new venture with 2 of her co- founders. A Physics graduate from Sri Satya Sai Universi...

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2 months ago
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On The Right Curve : I am big. So What!?

They say never judge a book by its cover. For me, the adage is as far removed from reality as can be. I cannot pick up a book unless the little sneak peek into the story on the back cover calls out to...

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2 months ago
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HERE’S HOW SWARA BHASKAR’S RECENT TALK BLEW US...

She’s been known to be bold, outspoken, and one of the faces of the new generation of thoughtful actors. Her recent talk at The Express Adda touched various aspects of how her opinions have shaped u...

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Female Infanticide: The Curious Case Of Missing Gi...

Every year, a considerable part of India’s girl child population falls prey to the illegal practice of female infanticide, a crime that remains under-reported due to the lack of reliable data.So, on...

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3 months ago
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PDA is illegal in India !! whaaat ??

There was a time when two sunflowers blooming against each other was shown to display intimacy between couples in Hindi films but most of us would regard it as a thing of the past. If you really put ...

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2 months ago
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Being A Funny Woman In An Unfunny World – Radhik...

When Feministaa sat down in a candid chat with funny woman, Radhika Vaz, we instead got to see her serious side. The popular comedian and writer talked about the lack of role models, her content being...

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4 years ago
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Pooja Wanted to Make Charity An Experience with ...

Ishva.org is an organisation, founded by Ms. Pooja Bhayana, which is a interactive platform, where willing donors can earn a chance to meet their favourite celebrities, by donating for a social cause....

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2 months ago
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Swap The Toys – Dolls For Boys, Cars For Girls.

Hello, reader! Thank you for reaching till here and for reading this. But before that, I hope you’ve had a good day so far?For me, well if you ask me… No, let me tell you anyway! Remember, what ha...

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2 months ago
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From starting up part time to taking the plunge, t...

I worked for over 8 years with MNC’s like Ernst & Young and Northern Trust when one day I realized that my learning was only limited to my area of expertise. There was no feeling of satisfaction...

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2 months ago
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Misho Designs’ Suhani Parekh Highlights the Esse...

Talking about creating ‘wearable art’, Suhani Parekh, founder, Misho Designs, calls her passion for jewelry ‘accidental’. But once you’ve found your passion, the idea is to work really hard;...

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4 years ago
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Top 10 Careers For Women

As India is hit by the wave of Information Technology, education expands to meet the changing needs of the workplace. Women are gradually becoming more aware of their rights and career prospects. The ...

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2 months ago
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How to deal with a Female boss ?

Women don’t have a very great reputation of being a good boss. Usually considered as moody and emotional, women are known to throwing tantrums at their juniors. Not considered to be the best of prof...

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2 months ago
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Four Widow Stories That will Inspire You

Being a widow is no longer the end of life. There are so many women, who in spite of being a widow, from a very tender age are fighting against all odds and carving their own identity. Their story nar...

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2 months ago
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Lessons Learnt From Falling in Love With The Wrong...

Insanely, irresistibly and irrationally, it’s natural to fall in love with the wrong person. Gathering your shattered pieces, bit by bit and intuitively realizing that is never going to return can c...

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2 months ago
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The Evolving Identity of “Hijras” In India

India has recently witnessed the advent of 49-year-old Manabi Bandopadhyay, the first transgender Principal at a girl’s college in Kolkata. Since her appointment, she has been receiving several emai...

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2 months ago
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An Open Letter from a “Working Indian Woman”

We are all aware of the problems that an Indian working woman has to face , but still we decide to ignore them. So here’s a letter from her, on behalf of all of them which aims to express their emot...

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2 months ago
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What ‘NOT’ to Expect from your Husbands !!

When you buy a pair of flawless ivory pearls, you both commit to each other to make each other look the best and shine between the crowd.But when those pearls break, it also breaks the string of beaut...

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2 months ago
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Grabhouse is Transforming the Indian Housing Indus...

Pankhuri Shrivastava is the brain behind Grabhouse, which is an online portal aiming to solve the housing hunting needs of an individual without having to incur any brokerage costs. Grabhouse is a new...

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2 months ago
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What the “apsaras” from Indian Mythology have ...

Acts of ‘faith, strength and patience’ speak volumes One may have read about them in school books or novels but never really thought of saluting their lives. When one thinks of Indian mythology, h...

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2 months ago
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I REFUSE! by Mia Morgan

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The Onus of Adoption is Worse for a Single Mother

Adopting a baby is not considered acceptable in most of the societies in India. There are those who still have a very narrow perception of an adopted child as their heir. But nonetheless, with the ris...

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2 months ago
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Mehak Mirza Prabhu on Keeping The Art of Storytell...

“As a performer, performing in front of a live audience, even if it is just two people, is much more fulfilling than your video going up on Youtube and the number of likes.”Mehak Mirza Prabhu talk...

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4 years ago
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Supriya Kachroo Talks to Feministaa About Studyton...

What is Studytonight ? At Studytonight, we aim at delivering simple, easy-to-understand Lessons and Courses to help students learn some daunting programming subjects. Our mission is to empower young s...

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2 months ago
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Making gifting fun, easy and Exciting!

Vandana Srivastava moved to UK after marriage and with 2 children, working on a full time job was not easy. She took a break to focus on her children and that’s when she came up with the idea of Exc...

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Redefining ‘The Perfect Girlfriend’

Undoubtedly, love is an inseparable part of our lives. Since childhood, we are poured with love from our family and friends, but by the time we grow up, the meaning of love slightly changes for us. We...

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When she wears the Pants !!

Success and ambition are not reserved for men. Every individual deserves to be successful if he/she works hard for it. From the times, when women were not even allowed to be educated to today’s scen...

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2 months ago
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Nidhisha Varshney Says ‘FitMeIn’

Nidhisha Varshney was working with by Vishesh Goel and Lalit Singh at Ernst and Young. One evening, over coffee, the trio happened to discuss the kind of impositions that held them from gymming and wo...

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2 months ago
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Just Because I am a Girl , You are a Hypocrite ?

“He wears a mask, and his face grows to fit it.”― George Orwell Last weekend, I had a worthwhile conversation that inspired me to think about something that a lot of people seem to have opinions...