As Dipa Karmakar Qualifies For Vault Finals In Rio Olympics, Let’s Take A Look At Her Journey

Dipa Karmakar, the first Indian to qualify for women’s vault finals at the Olympics has not just created history but is also an inspiration for all Indians who want to achieve success in the field of sports and not necessarily cricket or hockey. On August 7th, Dipa qualified for the Vault

Acid Attack Survivor Reshma Qureshi Will Walk The Ramp At New York Fashion Week

Reshma Banoo Qureshi, an acid attack survior, who has inspired millions with her positivity, hope and determination is all set to debut at the prestigious New York Fashion Week this September. A beauty blogger and vlogger, Reshma strives to raise awareness against acid attack in India and has campaigned against

Uvena Fernandez Continues To Create History As She Becomes The First Indian Women To Officiate At FIFA

The female football referee Uvena Fernandez (aged 34) shows the world that she’s a force worth reckoning with as she becomes the second Indian (after K Shanker who was a part of the 2002 FIFA World Cup) and the first Indian woman to have been invited to officiate at the

Indian Women Creating History; Rio Olympics For 3 Indian Women Wrestlers For The Very First Time

Year 2016 is witnessing Indian women creating history one after the other. Recently we heard the news of first 3 women fighter pilots and now it’s time to celebrate the achievement of 3 Indian women wrestlers who have qualified for the Olympics. Women being trained to become professional wrestlers is a very

Indian Illustrator Gives Feminism A New Twist With Her ‘Queens On Screen’ Series

So how many of you have been surfing through Netflix and have come across the category “movies with a strong female lead” and simply cruised along, not giving it any further thought? But Mumbai based illustrator Shivani Gorle felt the category hit her at a deeper level as she wondered why