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Walmart Successfully Completes 3rd Edition of Women Entrepreneurship Development Program

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email: indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Caption : (L to R) Uma Reddy (Promoter Director, WeConnect Intl India); Ram Mohan Mishra (Additional Secretary, Development Commissioner MSME); Krish Iyer (President and CEO, Walmart India) and Dr. Sunil Shukla (Director at Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India)

Walmart India, the wholly owned subsidiary of Walmart Inc., today announced closure of the Third Edition of the Women Entrepreneurship Development Program (WEDP) with 75 high potential, women-owned businesses (WOBs) graduating from the program. Training was delivered to 40 WOBs in classrooms and 35 WOBs attended the virtual sessions. The cohort represented both product categories, such as edible cutlery, eco-friendly stationary and gift items, apparel, herbal cosmetics, spices, processed food, tea, nutrition bars, as well as services sectors such as AI consultancy, energy efficient solutions, travel management solutions and research and insights, among others.

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Malaika Arora, fashion world’s newest obsession and an inspiration to women

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email: indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Bollywood Diva and Fashion Icon Malaika Arora is the name trending on most of the fashion bearers’ lips. The judge of India’s Got Talent often got appraisal and adulation more for her looks and styling on the show that ended recently. This has attracted multiple fashion brands, beauty pageants and fitness brands towards the ever young Malaika.

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Exhibition Cricket Match Between Women Wrestlers in Pwl 4 and Members of the Women’s Cricket Association of India Team Being Played at the Dev Samaj College for Women Ground in Chandigarh

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Combined team photo of the Women Wrestling team of Pro Wrestling League and Women Cricket Assocation of India team.

World Championships bronze medallist Pooja Dhanda along with other women wrestlers from Pro Wrestling League (PWL) Season 4 took on the players from Women Cricket Association of India (WICA) in a friendly cricket match at Dev Samaj College for Women ground in Chandigarh today. The match was graced by former Indian cricketer Reetinder Singh Sodhi who also stepped in to mentor and interacted with the wrestlers while giving tips about various techniques in cricket.

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LupinLife’s Corcal Bone & Beauty to launch at Lakme Fashion Week with an initiative to bring #Beautifullystrong real women to the ramp

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By Ashok Punatar Mobile: 09820746494 Email: ashokpunatar@gmail.com

LupinLife’s Corcal Bone & Beauty announces a collaboration with Lakme Fashion Week to celebrate #beautifullystrong women across India at the upcoming Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2019 edition. Marking its launch in India, the Corcal Bone & Beauty show will bring strong and beautiful women to walk the ramp through an online audition for women across India.

 

The hunt for Corcal beautifully strong women will begin from 18th January and will be judged by a panel of experts in the health and beauty field. Further details will be available on www.lakmefashionweek.co.in/beautifully_strong. Aimed at women over 30 years of age, the show will also have models and influencers who are above 30 years.

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80% of Lung Cancer Patients Are Non-Smoking Women

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Out of all the women suffering from lung cancer, 80% of them are non-smokers. The major reason attributed to the cause is the poorly ventilated kitchen and indoor air pollution. Surge in the incidences are profound in tier 2 and 3 cities in and around Ghaziabad.

“In western countries, where rise in lung cancer among women is solely attributed to more number of women taking up smoking, Indian women are affected by environmental pollution. Due to the proximity, air pollution generated within the homes is more dangerous and harmful in comparison to outdoor air pollution. Use of inefficient cooking fuels like wood and kerosene produces large amounts of small soot particles that can penetrate deep into the lungs and gradually deteriorates the alveoli, leading to lung cancer.” said, Dr. Meenu Walia, Director- Medical Oncology, Max Super Speciality Hospitals, Vaishali.

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Manish Malhotra Busts Fashion Myths on Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Show ‘What Women Want’

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Kareena Kapoor Khan, whose fashion sense and style has inspired so many young girls around the world, is raising the bar as a Radio Jockey on the show ‘What Women Want with Kareena Kapoor Khan’ which airs on Ishq 104.8 FM. The show which had well-known celebrities from B-town and the industry, like Sunny Leone, Mallika Dua, Gauri Shinde, Masaba Gupta among others, bring out the stories of these passionate and highly-individualistic women who have shattered all barriers and stereotypes. Adding to this long list is Manish Malhotra, a dear friend of the superstar Kareena Kapoor Khan. The duo discussed a few must-follow rules that all girls should know about, the many misconceptions when it comes to dressing and presenting themselves, fashion understanding, and how Manish decides what dress fits which body type and much more.
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Singer Soumita Saha urges all companies to grant mandatory Period Leave to Women Employees

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Photography: Arnab Mukherjee

We have 5,000 euphemisms for menstruation, still people hesitate to talk about it openly. While half of population undergoes this physio-mental trauma every month, the other half remains literally unaware, unperturbed. This creates a giant wall of gender divide, which restricts our evolution as a civilized society. Working Women suffer the most, as their employers expect them to work and remain productive despite them being in severe agony and stress.

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Women Entrepreneurs Redefining the Breakfast & Snacks Category in India

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Slurrp Farm, a young Indian food brand, started by two mothers Shauravi Malik & Meghana Narayan, is attempting to promote healthier eating among young kids, and their families. It has launched a new range on crunchy-munchy snack packs loaded with nutritional benefits – The Mighty Munch & Mighty Puff are made with multigrain millets – ragi & jowar, are NOT fried and contain NO maida, preservatives, artificial colours or transfats. They are available in both savory & sweet flavours like Tangy Tomato, Cheese and Herbs and Choco Ragi.

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Investment banker Sujaya Moghepadhye of Jaya Foundation presented ‘Sneh’ to support women & children suffering from cancer Scintillating aerial dance show ‘Love is in the Air’ by Sumeet Nagdev Dance Arts

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By Vivek K. Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Investment banker Sujaya Moghepadhye also co-founder of Jaya Foundation and artistic director Sumeet Nagdev presented 'Sneh' – an initiative featuring 'Love is in the Air' aerial dance performance by Sumeet Nagdev Dance Arts to support women and children suffering from the deadly disease cancer

Investment banker Sujaya Moghepadhye also co-founder of Jaya Foundation presented ‘Sneh’ – an initiative featuring ‘Love is in the Air’ aerial dance performance by Sumeet Nagdev Dance Arts to support women and children suffering from the deadly disease cancer. Incidentally, the show was special as it was on the eve of artistic director Sumeet Nagdev’s birthday (on 8th December) and his performers – 12 of them with principal artistes Reshma Sharma, Neeraj Lohni and Manik Paul and the youngest of them all Sara Shah – made it really special.

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GIRISH KUMAR STARS IN AWARD WINNING SHORT FILM COLLATERAL DAMAGE WHICH AIMS IN HIGHLIGHTING THE PERIOD STIGMA AND ILL-TREATMENT OF WOMEN IN RURAL INDIA

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GIRISH KUMAR

The movie’s fulcrum is hinged upon the notion of the enduring taboos around menstruation in India. In hindsight, we can also see other prevalent issues like the atrocities a women has to go through in rural India.

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