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India's quiet feminists

India's Daughter Documentary Places a Mirror in Front of India...

By Monica Gill (Editor's note: Monica Gill, Miss India Worldwide 2014, is a model and actress in Bollywood.) Im sure youve all seen (or if you live in India, heard) about BBC's documentary on Nirbhaya Titled India's Daughter. It's a well-known ... India New England, 2 weeks ago
India's quiet feminists, 2 weeks ago

Miss India UAE auditions in Dubai: Here's how you can participate

When a beaming Aishwarya Rai Bachchan received a special award last December, presented to her by the Miss World organisation, the former beauty queen spoke about her 20-year journey that appropriated her from the relative anonymity of a gawky young ...
 Emirates2475 days ago Miss India UAE open auditions in Dubai: Here's how you can participate  Emirates2475 days ago

Japan's vision to be robotics super-power: India's role and benefit

The world's first Robot hotel staffed entirely by robots is set to open in Japan by end of 2015. Japan's Mega bank is preparing to unveil robot employees with a human touch. In a Robot Restaurant in Tokyo, one can see a unique 60-minute show where ...
 Financial Express1 week ago

Want to bid for piece of World Cup history? Find out how...

George Bailey of Australia and Mahendra Singh Dhoni of India compete the coin toss before the ICC Cricket World Cup warm up match between Australia and India at Adelaide Oval. Photograph: Morne de Klerk/Getty Images The ICC is giving cricket fans across the world an opportunity to bid for an official piece of the 2015 World Cup history in the form of the toss coins from each of the 49 matches during the prestigious tournament which is being co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand. Don't Miss! ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

India's Daughter, The World's Daughter: Stopping Violence Against Women

On a cold December day in 2012, the rape and murder of Jyoti Singh, a 23-year-old student riding a bus in New Delhi, India, shocked people and sparked worldwide outrage. In India, the day after her murder, people took to the streets in unprecedented ...
 Huffington Post Canada1 week ago
The Express Tribune

Empowering women

In South Asian cultur­es, mainly Indian and Pakist­an, women are often scapeg­oated for bringi­ng a girl into the world The writer is the vice-chairperson of a Glasgow-based human rights organisation, Global Minorities Alliance. He tweets ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago Shedding Light on #BringBackOurGirls and the Global War on Women  Christian Post3 weeks ago 10 Great Ways the Internet Is Empowering Women Around the World  Huffington Post3 weeks ago Role of Women for Nonviolence through Peace Education  The E-Seoul Post2 weeks ago

More creative agencies give ad 'Oscars' a miss

Leading ad agencies may continue to stay away from the Goafest, considered a marquee annual event in India's advertising calendar, going by confirmations so far, for an event that starts on 9 April. A lot of them had given it a wide berth last year, ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago
Fiji Sun

Miss World Fiji Search Starts Soon

The Miss World 2015 contest is scheduled to take place at the end of the year. Young Fijian women will again have the opportunity to be part of one of the world's largest beauty pageants. Miss World is part of the Big Four a group of the four ...
 Fiji Sun5 days ago

India: GDP at risk of inland floods to rise 10-fold to US$154 bln

The economic output at risk of flooding in India, the world's second most populous nation, may surge 10-fold by 2030 as cities expand and climate challenges worsen, according to the US-based World Resources Institute. A new online global ...
 Asian Insurance Directory3 weeks ago India Tops List of Countries at Risk From River Flooding, Analysis Shows  Insurance Journal3 weeks ago

Regulator set to clear norms for commercial use of drones

India is set to enter an exclusive club of just five countries worldwide with the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) working on notifying regulations for commercial use of drones soon. Globally, Spain, Australia and New Zealand have ...
 DirectorsTalk3 weeks ago
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