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A while back I wrote a piece titled "Hollywood Needs More Brown Superheroes", which was about diversity in the entertainment industry, but also about how I really wanted to be a brown superhero or Jed...
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While we have seen some progress in women's status politically, socially, culturally and economically worldwide, there is still a lot more to be done to increase their representation at workplaces. If...
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In an exclusive interview with The Huffington Post, telecom entrepreneur, innovator and policymaker Sam Pitroda talks about Modi's Digital India, the future of connectivity, what it means for India and how it's changing our world.
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Vindhya began operating in 2006. We started by employing three physically challenged people. Today, we have over a 1000 employees and projected revenue of $4.2 million for 2015-2016. Vindhya is unique because it is a "for profit" organisation and has purposefully moved away from the NGO route. Our idea was to bring business and philanthropy together, envisioning an entirely new model of job creation for differently-abled people, one that is self-sustainable.
The first time I noticed them was when I was around seven, at a wedding in the family. They were, to me, strange-looking men -- clad in saris and wearing women's jewellery and make-up -- singing loudly and dancing awkwardly in our front yard. Some years later, at another wedding the same thing happened. By this time I had realised they were different, unlike anyone else around us. But who were these men and why did they dress up as women?