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Only dead fish go with the flow!

The recent Wonder Woman movie is a rage, both at the box office, and critic ratings. It has, in fact, gone on to become DC’s highest grossing movie. Kudos Gal Gadot! What struck me the most about the movie is the fact that Diana returns, finally, to a home, satisfied in knowing the truth of …

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Mamatha’s paintings

She stood there quietly amidst the entire hullabaloo around her. With a tentative smile directed towards the passers- by who were strolling around that Sunday morning at the art fair being held on the footpath of a leafy road of Bangalore. A few people stopped for a minute to admire her paintings, some gazes lingered …

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“We don’t need no reservations….”

 Two disturbing pieces of news around the time of International Women’s Day, created a lot of heartburn for me, as I am sure they must have done for many of you. Ironically, one effort was to reward women and the other was to safeguard them but both ended up causing huge harm to women and …

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In Praise of Emancipated Males

Do you remember the film Abhimaan? Essentially it was the story of a man’s ego and his inability to deal with his wife’s success. So Amitabh Bachchan is a super successful pop singer and when his wife Jaya, an accomplished singer in her own right, starts becoming more successful and popular, there is a breakup in the …

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Eeks! Look, Men are turning into Women!

Hi folks, With so many new subscribers coming on to Women At Work over the last few days, friends and advisors felt that many of the new readers might not have had a chance to read the older posts, so here’s one of my favourite ones to keep you going over the weekend.Back again with a new one …

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Taking Advantage of Privileges

The elephant in the room while discussing empowerment of women is whether women take undue advantage of the special privileges that companies offer them, and does that then bring into play a sort of reverse bias? Nobody likes to talk about this fact lest it be seen as politically incorrect and reflect badly on the …

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