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I always wanted to be the best in everything that I do. The motto in my family was whatever you decide, give it your best, and be your best.

Debjani Ghosh (Businesswoman)

When I came to India in 2012 and discovered that there just wasn’t enough data, I was lost for a while.

Debjani Ghosh (Businesswoman)

I spent a lot of time on the ground trying to understand customers firsthand, because that was the only way to figure out what I was dealing with.

Debjani Ghosh (Businesswoman)

These days in the IT industry, there’s enough data to get some key trends.

Debjani Ghosh (Businesswoman)

If we need to celebrate women, I would rather see us doing more to send our girls to schools rather than having the Women's Day as a special day to glorify women.

Debjani Ghosh (Businesswoman)

The trend is definitely changing as increasing number of women are making their mark in politics, business and the field of science and technology. 

Debjani Ghosh (Businesswoman)

We have to work towards accomplishing our dreams if we really believe in them.

Debjani Ghosh (Businesswoman)

I tried out a variety of roles at Intel in the first few years before finding my passion. 

Debjani Ghosh (Businesswoman)

In 2005, I was given the opportunity to change groups to head marketing in Southeast Asia. It was a tough choice.

Debjani Ghosh (Businesswoman)

On an average, women find it more difficult to get backing of a party than male leaders. 

Shamika Ravi

Many more women are contesting as independents as a fraction of total number of candidates than men.

Shamika Ravi

Based on the research we have done, we think random reservation is not a good idea.

Shamika Ravi

In India, it is not unusual for the rich to receive more welfare money than the poor.

Shamika Ravi

A new idea, the ministry suggests, could ensure that funds for the poor actually reach the poor: a universal basic income.

Shamika Ravi

We must begin by acknowledging that 83 percent of India’s labour force remains informal, despite 25 years of modest growth in a seemingly liberalized economy.

Shamika Ravi

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