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Female Entrepreneur | Yamini Zaveri, Extra Elegance

“There are no strangers in my life, only people I haven’t met”. This statement best describes me. I was born and brought up in Bombay, India. I lived a fairly conservative and simple existence till life decided to pay me a visit. Life taught me to make waves and not...
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We and People | Dinakshi Arora

We owe it to people. People who raised us. People who taught us. People who made friends with us. People who were not-so-nice to us. We are not just we. We are a sum total of all the interactions we have had over our lifetime. Everything adds to our person...
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We Are The City India event – The Communication Jigsaw | In pictures

‘The Communication Jigsaw’ – How to speak everyone’s language. Presented by Katie Day – author, trainer and motivational speaker. Do you sometimes talk to clients and colleagues and think, “The lights are on, but there’s no-one at home?” We naturally gravitate towards people who ‘speak our language’. Most of us...
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27/6/2015 – MompreneursIndia presents Product Photography

When it comes to ecommerce, the perceived value of your products and the trustworthiness of your business is often judged by the quality of your web design. And a big part of having an attractive website these days also means having high-quality, beautiful product photography. But it’s not just aesthetics...
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Female Entrepreneur | Zahabiya Kanchwala, Imperial Collection

I was born in Mumbai in 1970 and studied at Queen Mary’s High School. I graduated in 1992 from H.R. College of Commerce and Economics at Church Gate in Mumbai with Business Administration as my core subject. I was born into a family interested in business and design. Designing is...
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Good Dad, Great Dad! A Guide to Fatherhood | Garima Nag

Fatherhood is a beautiful phase of life that transforms a person into a responsible man. The birth of a baby brings lots of joy coupled with string of responsibilities. Unlike Motherhood, fatherhood is often a less discussed topic. With an increasing number of nuclear families, the involvement of the husband...
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Female Entrepreneur | Archana Kale, Winakki Kids

I was born and brought up in Pune and am currently based out of Bangalore. I graduated in Social Work from Pune University. I am married and blessed with two daughters. In the past, I have worked with companies like AT&T. After my kids were born, I decided to take...
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Canning the Can’t | Dinakshi Arora

“I can’t sleep on the right side of the bed.” “I can’t sleep with lights off.” “I can’t drive.” “I can’t dance.” “I can’t go to crowded places.” “I can’t go ahead after a black cat has crossed my path.” “I can’t lose weight.” “I can’t make it to Harvard.”...
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Five Parenting Mistakes To Avoid | Garima Nag

Motherhood, a word so strong it evokes a flood of emotions in every single soul. The joy of being a mother is incomparable. When your little ones come running towards you and give you a tight hug, all your worries, tensions and tiredness melt away in their warm embrace. Once...
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What options do you have, really? | Dinakshi Arora

They tell you that your whole life flashes before your eyes. It kind of does, when you are hanging on a steep cliff by a single tiny rock that threatens to give in at any moment and all you can see below is seemingly infinite distance to the ground. Don’t...
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Networking and Visibility. Does it make a difference?

You bet it does, when done with ease and confidence Repeatedly we hear that because women do not network on a broad based platform they miss out on being spotted for higher opportunities. Today a number of young women professionals with aspirational drive are therefore consciously building their networking and...
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Mangoes are Magnificent! | Gunjan Mittal

As the temperature rises, one thing that I think of is mangoes. I love this summer fruit. Apart from being sweet it is a nutrient-packed fruit, extremely rich in minerals, antioxidant vitamins and enzymes. I guess that’s why it’s is called, “king of fruits”. One 100g mango provides: Around 50...
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