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Jun 16, 2017
She's the boss: Work-life balance doesn’t mean choosing between the two, but giving 100% to both, says Chanda KochharNamed among the world’s most powerful people by Forbes and TIME, Chanda Kochhar is among the few women in history to head an Indian bank
May 19, 2017
Women should stop being afraid of failure or success, says Uma TalrejaWomen stand to benefit as India’s retail industry grows to $ 1.3 trillion by 2020
Apr 30, 2017
Women and the workplace: Here's how we can help colleagues who are victims of abuseFor every woman in corporate India who is abused, there is an abuser perhaps sitting right next to you at work.
Apr 09, 2017
Women in the workplace: Dealing with micro-aggression and micro-invalidationIt's because women have to deal with microaggressions that are everywhere, every hour, all the time
Mar 12, 2017
Exploring Mira Rajput's polarising take on feminism and its repercussionsyou know what’s more toxic than our ‘new wave of feminism’? Mira Rajput's good old wave of ignorance.
Feb 10, 2016
#PachauriHatao: For those who ask why women delay harassment complaints, remember the TERI caseI just heard that RK Pachauri was being reinstated as executive vice chairman of TERI by its governing council. I can’t remember the last time I was so infuriated.
Feb 06, 2016
Book Review: Aparna Jain's 'Own It' brings out of unarticulated darkness the indescribable things that happen to women at the workplaceIn Aparna Jain’s book Own It, we hear about harassment of women at the workplace, including microaggressions; maternity leave; and how women stand in the way of their own careers.
Jul 03, 2014
We must stop pretending we treat women equally: Facebook's Sheryl SandbergFacebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, who was in India this week, gave a candid interview to CNBC-TV18's Executive Editor Shereen Bhan on the role of women in work.
Mar 09, 2014
Study: 60% women quit careers midwayAccording to a Grant Thornton research report, the representation of Indian women in senior company positions remains a cause of concern at 14 percent, below the global average which was around 24 percent.
Jun 05, 2013
Cheerful women not associated with leadership qualitiesAccording to a study, women who were perceived as cheerful were judged as being less willing to lead