WOMEN’S DAY SPECIAL: ‘Hightime to come out of kitchens’

Multicultural marketing in the UK must stop stereotyping ethnic women to promote products and services. She’s busy in the kitchen making a curry. Or she’s leaping to Bollywood style music in paddy fields ‘back home’. Or as a grandmother, she’s dedicatedly making mango chutney for her family. While the husband, of course, is busy watching

Keralite named 1st VP, COO of NY Fed

Another financial star from Kerala is on the rise in the US. Naureen Hassan’s parents are immigrants from Aluva, Kerala, India. Her father, Javad K. Hassan was a former senior executive at IBM Indian-American Naureen Hassan, a 25-year veteran of the financial services industry, has been named as the First Vice President and Chief Operating

Saudha and Gronthee UK celebrate International Women’s Day on Mar 7

The event is awarding three phenomenal ladies for their unique contributions either in arts, politics, for extraordinary journeys of life or glorious struggle against patriarchy, writes Kaysher Ahmed The Gronthee, a South Asian literary platform in the UK in collaboration with Saudha society of poetry and Indian music, a leading promoter of Indian classical and

Art of thoughtful gifting

Make Easter more eco-friendly! Dig into the reusable Swedish Easter eggs that can be filled with what you like…reports Asian Lite International. Creativity into next step Lockdown was probably the most creative time, which people ever spent in their lifetime. Some started new home-centered businesses and others monetized their creativity. This is also a successful story

Hathras case: Court rejects bail plea of 2 accused

A special SC/ST court has dismissed the bail petition of two of the four accused in the Hathras gang rape and murder case of the 19-year-old girl. The victim’s lawyer, Bhagirath Singh, said that Ravi and Lovekush had moved a bail application and the same was dismissed by the court of special judge (SC/ST Prevention

Indian Army to have women pilots

Women will be inducted as pilots in the Army Aviation Corps from next year, Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane said on Tuesday. Till now, women are only part of ground duties in the Army Aviation Corps. Women pilots would be flying helicopters to forward locations and be part of operations at the borders,

AI All- Women Cockpit Crew Creates History

National carrier Air India’s historic flight from San Francisco lands in Kempegowda International airport Bengaluru with all-women pilot crew. The team has covered almost 16000 Kilometers and made a significant record. “In a moment to cherish & celebrate, women professionals of Indian civil aviation create history. Heartiest Congratulations to Capt Zoya Aggarwal, Capt Papagari Thanmai,

Sister Abhaya Gets Justice

In a landmark judgement on Tuesday, a CBI court here after nearly three decades of Sister Abhaya murder, found two of the prime accused guilty in the ‘infamous’ case that has seen several ups and down and even a third accused set free. The judge K. Sanalkumar, however, reserved the sentencing on the quantum of

L’Oreal Paris to tackle street harassment against women

According to a study about gender equality conducted in eight countries (India, Canada, France, Italy, Mexico, Spain, UK and US), sexual harassment in public spaces was identified as the No. 1 issue women and girls are facing across the world. As much as 78 per cent of women globally have experienced sexual harassment in public

STUDY: 50% of children, women suffer from anemia

According to the National Family Health Survey, in India, more than 50 per cent of children, women of reproductive age, and pregnant women suffer from anemia, making it a large-scale public health problem…writes Siddhi Jain. A research study in the Indian Journal of Public Health says that while anemia is a global health problem in