Lack of creche facilities, absence of pay parity, and being micro-managed are some factors why mothers are dropping out of workforce. On Mother's Day 2023, we delve into solutions to secure their rights at the workplace
Legendary singer and Padma Shri awardee Kavita Krishnamurti joins mid-day.com's Women's Day celebrations. She speaks about how she was comfortable sharing the stage with other legends of her time- Alka Yagnik or Anuradha Paudwal even if other people saw them as competition.
As we celebrate International Women's Day 2022 today, we pay tribute to some of the finest female sports achievers who have made the country proud, including Sania Mirza, the Indian women's cricket team, Mary Kom, the Phogat sisters to name a few.
Rangoli display on the occasion of International Women's Day. Along with Holi, March 08 is also International Women's Day. Various things are being done to make this day special for women. Similarly, Rangoli display has been organized by Sahaj Rangoli Group in Vadodara. In which the figure of great women of India has been depicted through colours. The names of Swar Kokila Lata Mangeshkar, Kiran Bedi, Madhubala, Sudha Murty, Nirmala Sitharaman are included in this list.
9th Edition of ‘Aspiring She Awards’, held on 4th March 2023, is specially dedicated to ‘Women’s Mental Health and Fitness’. Many B town celebs including Mandira Bedi and Divya Dutta presented at the event. Mandira Bedi also talked about how imporatnt health now a days and much more.
#International #ParaAthelete #Shatabd Avasthi fought all challenges to find herself. When life gets tough, the tough gets going- a saying that defines the remarkable journey of Shatabdi. This women's day we celebrate her spirit.
International Women’s Day is celebrated every year on March 8 to celebrate women and their fight against gender bias. On this special day, watch the women of Mumbai, revealing the struggles and joys of being a woman.
Runs by the tons at the junior level caused the Mumbai Ranji Trophy selectors to pick Pravin Amre as a teenager in 1986-87 for a knockout match. While he didn’t set Bangalore on fire in a lost game v Karnataka, he decided to shift to Railways on the advice of his coach Ramakant Achrekar. His new team provided no bed of roses, but he scored enough runs to be picked for India in 1991-92. The following year he got a Test debut ton against SA at Durban. A Mumbai return was part of his destiny and after ending his FC career with Goa, Amre took to coaching. Success as Mumbai coach decorates his cricketing CV, but donning the Mumbai coach’s cap seems unlikely. In this podcast, Amre opens up on his struggles, highs and lows. His story is nothing short of inspirational.
Hailing from Dombivli, Nilesh Kulkarni worked his way up the ranks to represent Mumbai at the junior level before going on to become the Ranji Trophy team’s go-to spin bowler, playing under the likes of Sachin Tendulkar and Sanjay Manjrekar. He played a big role in several Ranji Trophy triumphs for Mumbai, but the 1996-97 one, whose final was played under floodlights in Gwalior, will remain special. As will the wicket of Sri Lanka’s Marvan Atapattu off his very first ball in Test cricket in 1997. Kulkarni dwells on his beginnings, his Test career and how he was mentored by English fast bowling great Frank Tyson through a bowling scheme in the early 1990s. He also talks about how he made his post-cricket career meaningful by opening a management institute.
India's ex-wicketkeeper, Kiran More played domestic cricket for Baroda, but he came to Mumbai to be part of the inter-office and club cricket circuit. He talks about how inter-office matches were like wars between teams and attributes his India selection to the experience of 'keeping to Mumbai stalwart Padmakar Shivalkar in the Tata Sports Club side. More also dwells on his rivalry with friend and Mumbai stalwart Chandrakant Pandit, for a spot in the Indian team.
Mumbai’s ex-batsman Jatin Paranjape turns back the clock to how he was introduced to the tough yet exciting world of Mumbai’s club cricket by being part of the Dadar Union Sporting Club, before graduating to U-19 cricket for India and a Mumbai Ranji Trophy call-up. An ankle injury proved a spanner in the works a few games into his India ODI career in 1998, but doors opened in the corporate field before becoming a national selector, followed by a post in a BCCI committee to pick the current national selection committee.
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