Women’s Day 2023: 8 Indian Women Entrepreneurs We Look Up To
In India, the number of female entrepreneurs is increasing. As a result of social development and better educational opportunities for women, our country is ranked third among those with the largest percentage of female entrepreneurs. Women in India have always been viewed as daughters, sisters, housewives, mothers, and daughters-in-law. The gender that needs to be protected and sheltered, and who only belongs at home. But in the past ten years or so, a lot of Indian women have begun to break free from the constraints of conventional thinking and started stepping out of their mindset, many taking a leap ahead and launching […]
How Sahar Mansoor Is Working Towards A Zero Waste World
Leading an environmentally-conscious lifestyle is no easy feat but Bare Necessities Founder & CEO Sahar Mansoor is making a major impact and being zero-waste while doing so.
Investing Calories To Feed The Hungry: A Youth’s Innovative Initiative.
Physics explains the relation between Calorie and Joule. Sportspersons pay heed because this is being put to use in a pragmatic way, for the welfare of society. 41-year-old Bhopal resident, Rahul Sharma, conceived an innovative way of using burnt calories, to help the needy. He successfully tested this technique during the Kerala floods and is determined to enlarge the reach of this idea. How is this idea different? The concept is simple. Each time you go for a run, make a note of the calories you burn. Then, share these details with Rahul, so he can tabulate and coordinate the […]