Feminine power reigned at Tony’s 2013 with Lauper, Paulus and MacKinnon win


Kathryn Bigelow became the first woman to win the Academy Award for direction for her movie based on Iraq war drama, “The Hurt Locker”, in 2009. However this year’s Tony Awards took it further by handing out its best directing awards to two women namely Pam MacKinnon for Edward Albee’s play “Who’s Afraid of VirginiaContinue reading “Feminine power reigned at Tony’s 2013 with Lauper, Paulus and MacKinnon win”

Women at top business positions can contribute towards Global Economy as much as China and India


Women’s role as productive members of the society has always been underlined by numerous thinkers, scholars and gender equality activists. If we don’t diverge out attention towards the biased attitude of male co-workers with their female counterparts, we can focus our attention towards the role that women can play in global economy. Beth A. BrookeContinue reading “Women at top business positions can contribute towards Global Economy as much as China and India”

Elementary school art teacher Adonna Khare wins $200,000 ArtPrize 2012 for huge mural called “Elephants”


It’s a total treat for art lovers spread all over the world, the moment you see the Adonna Khare mural, I am sure that you couldn’t restrain yourself from loving this one hell of a art piece created by nothing else but a pencil. For those of us who think that they can elude artContinue reading “Elementary school art teacher Adonna Khare wins $200,000 ArtPrize 2012 for huge mural called “Elephants””