Thanks to the Bus Rapid Transit system in Peshawar, 23-year-old student Mah Jabeen said she had been able to continue her master’s degree — keeping alive her dreams of becoming a botanist.
Sheikha Bodour Al Qasimi, President of the International Publishers Association (IPA), has hailed the need for co-ordinated efforts to address challenges encountered by women professionals in publishing and to offer viable solutions to strengthen women empowerment in the industry during her recent visit to the Latin American countries of Colombia and Argentina.
Constant assistance to girls and women with their latent talents and capabilities shall lead to peace and security, according to an Israel delegation. The delegation, consisting of United Nations (UN) University for Peace (UPEACE) Permanent observer
K-Electric – the Saudi and Kuwaiti-backed sole privatised power utility, introduced its ‘Roshni Baji’ programme at Expo 2020 Dubai by honouring Abeera Kamran and Zara Afshan as the country’s first certified
Pakistani activist for female education Malala Yousafzai visited Expo 2020 Dubai, where she underscored that not only must girls believe in their voices, but that the world needs to really listen.
Sharing stories of creating change and inspiring others to embrace the fear and be their own ChangemakeHERs were the messages from young, women leaders from New Zealand, UAE, USA, and Namibia at the ‘ChangemakeHER’ session which
At the Petromin Express garage in Jeddah, on the Red Sea coast, new female recruits check oil and change tyres alongside their male counterparts, part of a nationwide push to bring more women into the workforce.
Masdar on Wednesday announced that 23 graduates successfully completed its annual WiSER Pioneers Programme, which empowers women aged 25 to 35 to lead sustainable change in their communities and careers.
Murmu, who is from the Santhal tribe, secured the largely ceremonial position with the support of more than half the electorate of MPs and state legislators, partial results released by the poll body showed.
Jaya emphasised that women often dress up for other women as to how they will look at their style statement and what they will think. However, men have different criteria. "Women dress for each other, men dress for the women," said Jaya.