International Women's Day News
Modi also said that in the Budget 2022-23, the government has taken many steps to ensure that the momentum of rapid growth is maintained "The financing sector needs to look at new futuristic ideas, innovative financing of initiatives, and sustainable risk management," said Modi at the webinar The PM also hailed women's power on the occasion of International Women's Day
Hailing from the middle class, Bilquis Mir, an Olympian, has made history in kayaking-canoeing Not only did she bag medals in international tournaments, but she also became the first Kashmiri woman to be chosen as a judge in Olympic games Sadia Tariq from Srinagar became the first Indian girl to get a Wushu World Gold Medal at the Moscow Wushu Stars event
The day March 8 is being celebrated as 'International Women's Day' all over the world. With the Indian sportswomen making the nation proud with their superlative performances we take a look at those sportswomen who have done exceptionally well for the country. In these collection of pictures, we look at PV Sindhu to Mithali Raj -- sports stars who have broken gender barriers.
President Ram Nath Kovind said it is important to empower daughters to make them self-reliant which will enable them to achieve their aspirations Twenty-eight awards - 14 each for 2020 and 2021 - will be given to 29 women Their exceptional work towards the empowerment of women, especially the vulnerable and marginalised, will be recognised