Manisha Raisinghani fine tunes her algo every day to ensure that deliveries, including lovingly chosen gifts, reach their destinations on time.
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.
The quiet Sairee Chahal hides a will of steel, which is transforming womens’ lives in India
In the world of glitz and glamour, Vidya Balan has left an indelible mark with her incredible talent and by staying true to herself.
Malini Agarwal has done the impossible – make a conversation with millions sound like a cosy natter among friends.
She takes pride in being the ‘Olivia Pope’ of Bollywood, and is now even taking on New York and LA
“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.
Coder-in-chief Manisha Raisinghani, Founder of Loginext, has created an algorithm that forms the best possible trips for delivery executives.
Kanika Tekriwal’s aircraft charter business took off from a rocky strip but today high-flying business men rely on her to reach them wherever, whenever
Chhavi Rajawat was poised to rise to the top of the corporate ladder, but when the villagers from the drought-riddled hamlet she calls her hometown approached her with their predicament, she decided to use her professional network to develop the rural pocket at an astounding rate. Almost nearing the end of her second term, Rajawat has one hell of a story to tell about the completely unknown devil that is rural politics.
She has rescued over a hundred underprivileged women from penury and helped them become financially independent, with her microfinance institution, Konoklota Mahila Urban Co-operative Bank
Fashion your own idea of a work-family-life balance – and then follow these pro-tips for coming back with a bang!
Tara Books’ founder Gita Wolf explains why the credit for the growth of her international publishing business goes to collective action and collaboration
Here’s how a setback in her early days spurred Nina Lekhi to create one of India’s most successful accessory brands, Baggit
Watch her magical journey as she struggled to decipher tricks that no one was willing to teach her, and turn them into award-winning acts.
She calls herself “the biggest risk-taker in the industry.” Here’s the full story of how KMS turned a job rejection into India’s largest biopharmaceuticals company
Married against her will and abused, Kalpana Saroj was branded a slave till she decided to be her own master and build a shimmering metal empire
50-year-old Ritu Kapur is more just the co-founder of The Quint, she is its life and soul – something which is especially impressive, as only a few years back, she knew zilch about the digital world.
She makes the who’s who of Bollywood dance to her tunes both as a choreographer and a director, and more impressively, as a friend. Here’s a walk through Farah Khan’s dream run in Bollywood.
Rashmi Daga’s astute business sense and her all-time love for cooking is the secret sauce in FreshMenu’s success
She called it quits at the peak of her career and built her own business, and whoa – it’s worth Rs.5.7 billion now