These women took on a crude, male-dominated sector, manufacturing, and despite the doubters and naysayers, they managed to build
With a focus on customer centricity and innovation, Dipali Goenka has transformed home-grown textiles major, Welspun, into a force to reckon with globally
Prajakta Koli’s lifelong dream shattered early but, with hardwork and a sense of humour, she chased another to the cyberspace skies
Chetna Gala Sinha, a crusader and feminist, believes in the power of micro finance, to turn the fate of a woman and her village around
By donning multiple hats at TVF, Nidhi Bisht has come to be one of the most popular faces in the burgeoning digital content industry
Shilpa Sharma followed all her passions — all things ethnic, travel and food — with relentless commitment and converted them into profitable businesses
Determined to start a ‘Period Revolution’, Deepanjali Dalmia gave up an enviable Manhattan job and got cracking on an eco-friendly sanitary pad
Vinita Jain has always been fascinated by ayurveda, even as a curious child growing up in the himalayan tea estates
Destiny and well-thought-out choices shot Rituparna Sengupta to the top slot in the Bengali film industry, her queendom for over two decades
The young actor had a rough start, facing sniggering critics and cruel trolls, but look who is having the last laugh
Armed with nuts, bolts and a coding guide, Meghna Bhutoria is determined to make learning fun
Nidhi Gupta believes that she can do anything, learning on the go and always striving for more to make her solar epc business a Rs.10-billion enterprise
Sports, saree and literature sit comfortably in Malavika Banerjee’s collection of interests and successful businesses
Manisha Koirala has embraced life and its tumult, and the many roles it offered her – from actor par excellence, cancer survivor and author to philosopher and now a trekker.
After a painful exit from two-wheelers, Sulajja Firodia Motwani is back — resurrecting Kinetic’s legacy in an electric era
After experiencing the horrors of applying for a home loan, Rati Shetty decided it was time to simplify things
“Mrs. Bindra”, married at the age of 20, was a regular “navy wife” for most part of her life, but at the ripe age of 40 – when the kids were all grown up, and she had nothing to do – she decided to start selling “simple cotton printed suits” from home with no formal training or experience.
This internet-Goddess – who, interestingly enough, started out as a backup-dancer and even appeared in Sukhbir’s iconic Taare Gin Gin music video – started blogging in 2007 when no one had even heard of the term.