Flipkart’s ex-CTO allies with entrepreneur Raj Vattikuti to start credit firm
The duo has seeded the venture, DAVINTA, with Rs 140 crore of personal money. It already holds an NBFC licence, with disbursed loans of Rs 50 crore.
How a housewife began anti-CAA protests in Lucknow
It was a 35-year-old housewife who triggered off the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) ...
Uttar Pradesh: Women continue to protest against CAA, NRC at Lucknow's Clock Tower
Women continued to sit near Clock Tower in Lucknow to prot...
India top-most country for presence of social entrepreneurs: Study
It provides exposure, capacity building and a trusting community of social-change leaders within the World Economic Forum. It now represents 384 late-stage social innovators operating in more than 190 countries worldwide.
No white women in Weinstein's jury? Prosecutors accuse defence of excluding a race
The accusations against Weinstein helped fuel the #MeToo movement.
MSME-EPC to hold meet to boost NE entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurs, innovators, venture capitalists, consultants, policy makers, academicians, business practitioners, innovators, banks and financial institutions, tax and company law experts will deliberate in their particular fields of expertise, the MSME- EPC chairman said.
Women Inc wants FM Sitharaman to increase Budget allocation for women, put 2019 reforms into action
Nahar Group's Manju Yagnik and Dr Aparajita Gogoi of C3 shared their Budget expectations for this year.
What I want from Budget 2020: Early and regular health screening for women who remain key stakeholders in India's $5 trillion goal
Suneeta Reddy of the Apollo Group feels that the Govt should close gender gaps in education.
Over a steamin' hot cuppa: Meghan Markle visits Canada women's shelter to discuss issues affecting them
This is Duchess of Sussex's first public outing after announcing the royal split.
Budget likely to unveil ‘Fund of Funds’ for MSME sector
It would be modeled on the lines of FoF suggested by former Sebi chairman-headed panel on MSME.
Not hearing pleas to review Sabarimala verdict allowing entry to women: Supreme Court
A nine-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde at the outset said that it will only deal with the issues referred to it by a five-judge bench on November 14 in the Sabarimala case, and asked the lawyers to convene a meeting on January 17 to decide on "re-framing" or adding additional issues to be deliberated upon by it.
#OscarsSoWhite: Women, actors of colour snubbed from Oscar noms; Academy faces massive backlash
Oscar nominations on Monday featured all male filmmakers in their directing category.
One of Uber’s most powerful women leaves to start a VC fund
Just 12% of startup investment firms in the U.S. have women in decision-making roles with the power to write checks.
This decade will be for Indian entrepreneurs: PM Modi
New Delhi, Jan 06 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended centenary celebrations of Kirloskar brothers in national capital. PM Modi als...
SC 9-judge bench commences hearing on pleas on discrimination against women at religious places
The apex court had on November 14 asked a larger bench to re-examine various religious issues, including the entry of women into the Sabarimala Temple and mosques and the practice of female genital mutilation in the Dawoodi Bohra community.
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