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Women Empowerment

Unusual Jobs For Women: Succeeding In Unconventional Careers

April 12, 2011
It only needs one successful example to break the myth of ‘female specific jobs’. In India where gender discrimination runs rampant, this change is heartening.

Women’s Empowerment: Property Rights Of Women In India

April 11, 2011
The amended Hindu Succession Act gives women equal rights in parental property. But women are still denied their property rights in modern India.

How To Protect Yourself: Self-Defence Techniques For Women

April 7, 2011
You don't have to be Sandra Bullock in Ms. Congeniality to learn these self-defense tricks that will help you take charge of your personal safety.

Successful Indian Women Entrepreneurs And Pioneers Who Inspire Us

April 4, 2011
Here are few of India’s women entrepreneurs and pioneers who were among the first in their fields and whose achievements inspire today's Indian woman.

Indian Women In Business: We’ve Come A Long Way, Baby

April 2, 2011
The role of Indian women in business has grown beyond running boutiques, parlours, secretarial and lower managerial jobs to running full-fledged enterprises.

Women Empowerment In India: Still A Long Way To Go

April 1, 2011
India has seen a powerful woman prime minister and women chief ministers of the states. But the truth is that women are still helpless in Indian society.

5 Master Of Ceremonies Tips To Spice Up Your Emcee Script

March 30, 2011
Need ideas for a funny emcee script? Here are 5 tips to find some master of ceremonies humour and be the best master of ceremonies you can be.

Women For Social Change: Ela Bhatt

March 3, 2011
Ela Bhatt is a leader of the International Labour Cooperative Women’s Microfinance movement. This is an excerpt from her talk on 'women for social change'.

Tai Chi For Women

March 2, 2011
Relaxation, mood stabilising, weight loss, age control and self-defence - an adept Tai Chi practitioner can develop all of them.

Tolerating Abuse: How Much Is Enough?

March 2, 2011
It seems that for the average Indian family izzat is more important than a daughter. How much can we take and what is our limit when it comes to abuse, asks Khushboo Aulakh.