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In Conversation With The Mind Behind #ThatWokeLadki

Last year, while aimlessly scrolling through my Instagram feed, I came across a funny and socially relevant post by someone called ‘That Woke Ladki’. Intrigued by the name, I checked out the account and found it to be all about raising awareness regarding injustice in our society like racism and sexism. Back then, it didn’t …

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A Working Woman Does Not Differ From A Working Man, Says Beauty Queen Priyanka Dewan

Back when I was a teenager, I used to believe that beauty queens and kings were vapid, narcissistic beings who were obsessed with their looks. Although I still have some issues with the basic concept of a beauty pageant, I now know that it takes more than a pretty face to wear a crown. What’s …

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Healofy Launches 7 New Indian Languages on Its Social Networking Platform For Women

Healofy is on a mission to fulfill the content gap across vernacular languages and help Indian women in different stages of their lives. Healofy, India’s largest and fastest-growing women’s social network has launched 7 Indian regional languages—Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam—on its platform. Prior to this, Healofy was available only in English …

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Meet Naaz Joshi, The World’s First Transsexual Miss World Diversity

Abandoned as a boy for being effeminate, Naaz Joshi never dreamed that one day she would go on to win beauty pageants as a confident transgender woman. But life is unpredictable like that and Naaz is no stranger to its ups and downs. In an interview with Mahevash Muses, the brave beauty talks about how …

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9 Tips To Ensure Women Stay Safe While Traveling In A Cab

Cabs have become an essential mode of transportation in cities for women who work in high-pressure jobs. Working women find cabs more convenient than buses and trains because they are available 24×7. However, when it comes to safety, ‘what happens in the cab, stays in the cab’, so to speak. Indeed, sexual assault is becoming …

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Pink Premium Pads Come Without The Dangers Of Reproductive Health Issues, Says Swati Vakharia

During menstruation, sanitary pads are indispensable for the Indian woman. But did you know that commercially available pads are neither safe for you nor good for the environment? Founder Swati Vakharia talks about why Pink Premium Pads are your best bet if you are both health and environmentally conscious. Over to Swati. How did Pink …

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In Conversation With Vaishali Shah, The Founder Of Srujna Charitable Trust

In 2011, two young ladies Vaishali Shah and Jyotika Bhatia set up an NGO called Srujna Charitable Trust in the bustling city of Mumbai. Till date, the NGO has transformed the lives of thousands of poor women across India by equipping them with the means to provide for themselves. In a conversation with Mahevash Muses, …

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