[PDF / Epub] ✐ Unbound: Indian Women @ Work ☃ Gita Aravamudan – Snackgo.co.uk

Unbound: Indian Women @ Work The Capability Of The Individual Matters Not The Gender As A Woman You Need To Have The Confidence That Your Gender Cannot Hold You Back Meena Ganesh, Former CEO Of TESCO Hindustan Service CentreHow Does An Item Girl Tackle Sexual Harassment At Her Work Place Why Does A Highly Paid Woman Software Engineer Pay A Dowry Breast Pumps And BlackBerry Phones Do They Go Together When A Woman Focuses On Her Career, Does She Lose Out As A Wife And A Mother Is There A Female Model Of Achievement As Distinct From A Male One These And Other Similar Questions Are Explored In Unbound Indian Women Work Through A Series Of Interviews Conducted By The Author With Women From All Walks Of Life And From Different Parts Of The Country Icons Like Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, Chairman And Managing Director Of Biocon Ltd, And Meena Ganesh, Former CEO Of TESCO Hindustan Service Centre, Rub Shoulders With Rachel The Hair Designer And Sumathi The Call Centre Employee Who Comes From A Family Of Domestic Helps Women Engineers Discuss Insidious Gender Discrimination And Working Mothers Speak Of The Difficulties Of Balancing Motherhood And WorkThe Stories In This Book Are Of Real Women Who Spoke Out Candidly About Their Concerns Their Families, Their Love Lives And Marriages, Their Victories And Defeats Together They Provide A Valuable Guide To The Brave New World Of Today S Women Professionals

About the Author: Gita Aravamudan

Gita Aravamudan was born in Bangalore She started her journalistic career at Hindustan Times, New Delhi, at a time when there were very few women in journalism She has also worked with and written for Indian Express, India Today, Sunday, Filmfare, Femina, Illustrated Weekly and Sunday Midday Her first book, Voices in My Blood, was published in 1990 Her second book, Disappearing Daughters The Tragedy of Female Infanticide, was published in 2007 and became an instant bestseller The Healing is her first novel.

10 thoughts on “Unbound: Indian Women @ Work

  1. says:

    I picked up this book on my latest visit to Crossword out of sheer curiosity The topic is too close to my heart and I have never ever read any book of this kind before I had not heard of the author either So, for me it was simply about checking out what all work were women in India doing and what were they saying about their work I was not disappointed there I am glad I bought and read it.It is a very

  2. says:

    The writing is easy to understand and can be easily passed off as an easy read but what enthralls the reader is the admirable research put through to chronicle the life and times of the 21st century working women Cutting across classes, social structures and industries, the book makes you look at the new age working women with new found respect.

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