A woman is like a tea bag; you never know how strong it is until it’s in hot water - Eleanor Roosevelt Each time I read this line, I relish a newer flavor. Though I confess, I couldn’t appreciate the whole crux until I got associated with Incredible Women of India! IWI, as you know, is … Continue reading And it is a wrap for 2020 at IWI
Don’t start imagining Ajay Devgan from the movie Raid. Actual raids are different. An income tax raid comprises of search and seizure operations. I have been working in the income tax department for many years, I have done quite a few raids and would do a lot more. But the first one always remains special. My first … Continue reading The Anatomy Of An IT Raid
Women today are visible in public life across the world, and hold positions as heads of state, parliamentarians, policymakers and administrators globally. This progressive trend is the culmination of many historical struggles and achievements, especially since the beginning of the 20th century. The Indian Landscape The Women’s Indian Association and The National Council for Women … Continue reading Women in public life; The Indian Landscape
By Deepti Menon Recently, I watched a wonderful interaction between Anupama Jain, the author of the hilarious ‘When Padma Bani Paula’ and the intrepid Atishi Marlena, the young leader of the AAP Party who has been garnering eyeballs for her meritorious work in transforming government schools in Delhi into institutions of excellence. “Education breeds confidence. … Continue reading An Ambassador of the Young Brigade!
By Ramaa Sonti Nowadays, particularly during the pandemic stage when many are without jobs, any person doing a government job i.e., public service is looked upon in awe, some admiration, and a small amount of jealousy. Yes, whatever is the situation, we are secured in our jobs, we get our paychecks, our annual increments and … Continue reading Life in Public Service: A Woman’s Perspective