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Inspirational Women: Author Vani

Tell us about yourself I am a former business journalist turned fiction writer and blogger. I was born in Garian, Libya in a traditional Hindu Punjabi family. My parents prized good education above all else, and when I was still small, they decided to move base to Chandigarh, a modern...
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Inspirational Women: Natasha Sharma | Children’s book author

Tell us about yourself I am a children’s book author, based in Mumbai, India. I’ve currently published ten books for children with a few leading publishers in India. My first book Icky, Yucky, Mucky!, was published in 2011 and since then, luckily enough, my brain has continued to buzz with...
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Inspirational woman: Ruchika Sharma | Founder, Being Women

Tell us about yourself I am a Rajasthani Brahmin raised in Hyderabad – a chef by profession. I have hosted 2000+ cookery shows for south Indian television channels. I write food related articles for different magazines and papers and am a food stylist. I run a cookery school by the name of Chef Ruchika’s Culinary School.  We do kitchen training programs for the Indian Air Force, Indian Army, National...
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Inspirational women: Marita Maier | Head of French and German Business Centres in India, EY

Tell us about yourself I have been working at EY for 30 years now, including 14 years as a Partner in our Transaction Advisory Services business. Currently, I am running both French and German Business Centres (FBC and GBC) in India which are dedicated to supporting clients starting or expanding business in India in the various fields of the EY services offerings such as audit, tax and advisory services. In the...
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Inspirational Woman: Sucheta Pal | Zumba Education Specialist (ZES)

Tell us about yourself I am currently a Zumba Education Specialist for India and also travel internationally to train across several countries. An Electrical and Electronics Engineer by education, I have worked for over five years as a Business Analyst in the corporate world till I discovered my true passion of dance...
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Inspirational Woman: Bhavana Yerrumreddy | Vice President of ITC Infotech

Studded with merciless perils and despicable circumstances, mine is a journey from being a timid, small-town, conservative Indian girl to a self-confident, independent individual. A journey that happened because I chose not to be suppressed under cultural pressures and social stigmas which are still leading to the desolation of innumerable...
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Inspirational Woman: Vedika Kochhar | Market Analyst, The Artstrust

Tell us about yourself and your background I’m the third child and only girl of my parents, born in Mumbai, India. I completed my Bachelor in Arts & Sciences from Boston University, Massachusetts, majoring in International Relations and Economics with a minor in Art History. Inspired to work with the...
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Inspirational Woman: Miss Malini | Bollywood, Fashion Blogger and TV Star

All aboard the MissMalini Express! Next Stop? The Moon! Ok, so maybe not literally, but Malini Agarwal – India’s hottest celebrity, Bollywood, fashion blogger and reality TV star – is definitely sky rocketing upwards! MissMalini.com shares the latest on movies, celebs, fashion, lifestyle, and anything that is hot in India....
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Inspirational Woman: Farzana Haque | TCS Europe Telecom Head

Tell us about yourself Ms. Farzana Haque is the Global Head of Europe Telecom Business Unit and the Global Head for Strategic Group Accounts at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS). Prior to her current role, Ms. Haque was Global Head of Large Accounts SBU. TCS is a leading global information technology...
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Inspirational Woman: Mishti Verma | Founder of Inner Katha Interventions

I am an experiential corporate trainer, theatre director and founder of Inner Katha Interventions. My company brings the magic of theatre and alternative experiential learning to the corporate stage. We do behavioural and soft skills training for women, students and organisations, and have conducted programs at leading multinationals pan India. I started theatre at the age of 16. I was...
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Videshi Women – An interview with Sheena Thompson

How long have you been in India? I’ve been coming to India for three and a half years but living here for two. The energy and the integration. There’s something a little bit Peter Pan about India particularly Bombay; people do not grow up! What brought you to India? I...
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