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Latest Articles in The Most Powerful Women in Business 2017

BW Event: The Women Of Substance

IMPACT 50 Most Influential Women 2017 unveiled at a glittering ceremony in Mumbai, Malini Agarwal tops this year’s list

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Broadening Horizons

How two women and their ventures are changing the way education is approached in India and the world

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Women In Publishing: Championing The Written Word

Sanjitha Rao Chaini asked some of the prominent women in Indian publishing to share their views on one book that has inspired them

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Art In The Backpack

Geetika Agrawal’s Vacation With An Artist (VAWAA) is an inspirational experience for travellers

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Solo On The Rough Road

The lone woman traveller is no longer an aberration. She is part of a growing and adventurous tribe

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Women Who Dared To Defy The Norms

These ‘Sheroes’ took the unconventional path and marked their roaring presence in male bastions

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Behold The New Age Bold & Beautiful

All the more reason for us to applaud and admire them. Bold and beautiful is no longer a sexist pejorative. If you followed how Kangana Ranaut has proclaimed her public disdain for misogyny and patriarchy, you too will applaud and admire

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Women Are Getting There, Slowly

There are still not as many women in the workforce as men. They still get paid less. And very few make it to leadership roles. But as latest reports suggest, things are changing

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Upasana Taku: 'Good Things Come To Those Who Hustle!'

With the mission to simplify payments in India, Upasana co-founded MobiKwik in 2009, her current focus is to bring a million retailers into the MobiKwik payments network

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Editor-in-chief’s Note: Immeasurably Superior

Celebrating International Women’s Day on March 8 is probably little more than an annual ritual. In India, though, celebrating womankind is part of our cultural ethos

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Breaking Barriers

Ashu has seen the world from both the sides — as a corporate banker and an asset manager and is often complimented on her enormous knowledge

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A Bill To Keep More Moms In Harness

The Bill is expected to benefit 1.8 million working women, as it will apply to both the private and the public sectors, uplifting their work conditions phenomenally

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A Change Has Begun

Recruiting a diverse workforce is no longer about filling a quota. It is to gain strength as an organisation

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