The members of Young FICCI Ladies Organisation headed to a star hotel in the city to attend a fashionable do, where a Mumbai based designer showcased her collection. The event, which started with a session on 'Recognising and Investing in the Right ... Times of India, 3 weeks ago
FICCI Ladies' club event at Himayatsagar in Hyderabad - Times of India, 2 months ago
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Hyderabad: FICCI Ladies Organisation(FLO) organizes a Panel Discussion on an unusal subject on Entrepreneurial Ventures in Fashion in Bollywood for its members here in city at Hotel Trident on Monday. The Discussion held with Designers Ms Neeta ...APN News, 2 weeks ago
Hyderabad : Entrepreneurship is the key driver to the development of a nation. It increases employment through promoting self employment. Recognising this need Raja Bahadur Venkat Rama Reddy (RBVRR) Women's College, Narayanaguda, has established ...APN News, 1 month ago
Shakuntala Divi. Nowhere to draw the line Shakuntala Divi , chairperson of YFLO When you enter Shakuntala Divi's home in Jubilee Hills, you find her in the little glass office that is surrounded by the greenery in her garden. Inside the ...Deccan Chronicle, 3 days ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu At the FLO show. Photos: Wong Pei Ting The Hindu At the FLO show. Photos: Wong Pei Ting TOPICS The show jumping skills of horses of the Madras Riding School won the admiration of the crowd at ...The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
Renowned folk singer and veteran actor Ila Arun's play Namastey which made its debut in the Capital recently, talked about resolving the conflict of the old and the new by resorting to dialogues. Set in a backdrop of Krishna Janamashtmi, the play ...New Delhi Pioneer, 2 months ago
Increasing women's participation in the economy to about 50 per cent can add a few percentage points to country's gross domestic product growth, ICICI Bank managing director and chief executive officer Chanda Kochhar said on Thursday. "In India just about 30-35 per cent of the women participate in economic activity. But if we make it to 50 per cent we could add to a few percentage points to our GDP growth. I think it is a socio economic phenomenon that is good for the economy," Kochhar said ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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