World Famous Women Organisations

The following is the list of 10 world famous women organizations working for gender equality and women empowerment programs. UN Women UN Women has been working for gender equality and women welfare programs for a long time. It was founded by in July 2010 and it’s headquarter is in New York, USA. Visit Women … Read more

Nisha Meaning

Nisha is an Indian origin word which means ‘Night’.  Nisha word has been derived from Sanskrit language. Nisha name is used for a female. A number of popular persons are there having ‘Nisha’ name such as: Nisha Madhulika – An Indian Chef and Youtube Personality Nisha Kothari – An Indian Actress Nisha Katona – A … Read more

Ursula Keller – Inventor of Ultra Fast Laser Technology

Ursula Keller is the inventor of Ultra-Fast Laser Technology. She belongs to Switzerland. She is the winner of European Inventor Award (Lifetime Achievement Award) by European Patent Office in 2018. She is the international member of National Academy of Sciences, USA. She completed her research from Stanford University, USA in 1989. Being a professor, a … Read more

Famous Indian Women

India is the second highest populous country in the world. A number of famous Indian women are there in India and in the world. Here I am sharing the brief introduction of 10 famous women of India. Indira Gandhi Indira Gandhi was a very powerful Indian politician who was born on 19 November 1917 in … Read more

Top 10 Richest Women in the World

Françoise Bettencourt Meyers & family Citizen of France Source of wealth: L’Oréal Alice Walton Citizen of USA Source of wealth: Walmart MacKenzie Scott Citizen of USA Source of wealth: Amazon Julia Koch & family Citizen of USA   Source of wealth: KOCH INDUSTRIES Miriam Adelson Citizen of USA Source of wealth: Casinos Jacqueline Mars Citizen … Read more

Books Written By Women

Bangle Sellers – Sarojini Naidu Women Destroyed  – Simon De Beauvoir Housewife -Ann Oakley Bina Aggawal-  A Field of One’s Own Ismat Chugtai-  Lihaaf 1942 Arundhati Roy- God of Small Things Kiran Desai – The Inheritance of Loss 2006 Amar Jiban-Autobiography of Rassundari Devi        The High Caste Hindu Woman – Pandita Ramabai (1887) Sita Myth – … Read more

Dr Kamal Ranadive – Indian Cell Biologist

Dr KJ Ranadive was an indian cell biologist. She is also known as Kamal Samarth. Google Doodle celebrates her 104 birth anniversary for her contribution towards cancer research. She was born on November 8, 1917 in Pune, India. She completed her Ph.D. in Cytology, the study of cells, from Indian Cancer Research Center (ICRC) from … Read more

Women Entrepreneurship

A nation gets speed in progress when all citizen whether male or female take active participation in entrepreneurship. When they are not fearful about loss in business and with full zeal they contribute their wealth and physical presence in their business, GDP of that particular country enhances. Manpower in country increases and women’s status improves … Read more