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Femina

Apr 24, 2019

Femina is the market leader of Indian women’s magazines in English. Each fortnight, Femina brings you features and articles relating to real women in the news. It covers all aspects that interest the modern Indian woman: real-life reads, fashion, beauty, sex, relationships, health, food, travel, events, celebrities and entertainment. Femina also champions a cause every year and they range from breast cancer awareness to the education of the girl child. Femina talks to women around the country about their concerns, whether it’s staying on-trend or doing better at work or just staying aware of the news that matters. Femina indeed is, for all the women you are

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India
Language:
English
Publisher:
Worldwide Media Private Limited
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24 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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editor’s letter

It’s the most flogged idea.I’m talking about the concept of following your passion and doing what you love so you never work a single day. Does it work?Presenting Exhibit A. Was studying fashion; stitched clothes four sizes too small; spent most of her time writing about the same garments; dropped out in her last year of fashion school; and is today writing this editor’s letter for your perusal. IF YOU’RE ALREADY IN YOUR CHOSEN PROFESSION, AND EPIPHANY STRIKES MID-CAREER ON WHAT YOU REALLY WANT TO DO, THAT COULD REALLY MESS THINGS UP. OR CAN IT?Does that still mean yours truly does not feel the work stress? The answer is not easy, but the fact remains that the closer you are to what you do, both your involvement and your…

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femina

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Deepak LambaEDITOR Tanya Chaitanya ASSOCIATE EDITOR Ruchi ChopdaASSOCIATE EDITOR (DIGITAL) Sneha MahalePRODUCTION EDITORS Shraddha Kamdar, Charlene FlanaganCOPY EDITOR Anushree KandalkarBEAUTY WRITER Sanjana SalunkheJUNIOR BEAUTY WRITER Eden NoronhaASSISTANT FASHION EDITOR Prachiti ParakhSENIOR STYLE WRITER Shruti ShuklaFASHION WRITER Shruti ShendeACTIVATIONS COORDINATOR AND STYLIST Mayola Almeida CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Nachiket Barve, Masaba Gupta, Shaheen Abbas, Dr Jaishree Sharad, Kapil Bhalla, Savio John PereiraSENIOR REGIONAL EDITORS NEW DELHI Anindita Ghosh, CHENNAI Neeti JaychanderREGIONAL EDITOR KOLKATA Hemchhaya DeFEATURES EDITOR PUNE Radhika Sathe-PatwardhanJUNIOR FEATURES EDITOR AHMEDABAD Kalwyna RathodMULTIMEDIA CONTENT MANAGER Shilpa DubeySENIOR MULTIMEDIA EXECUTIVE Natasha D’souza SENIOR CREATIVE DIRECTOR Meetesh TanejaDESIGN DIRECTOR Bendi VishanART DIRECTOR (DIGITAL AND BEAUTY) Sameer MoreDEPUTY ART DIRECTOR Renu Sharma TewaryASSOCIATE ART DIRECTOR Manoj KokitkarASSISTANT ART DIRECTOR Sandesh PatilSENIOR GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Sandeep N Bhaire, Amit AmdekarSENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER Vinay JavkarSENIOR…

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we hear you!

Femina was my mother’s best friend at a time when India lacked good women’s magazines in English. Following my mom’s footsteps, I find it to be my top pick too. The reason is clear. You have moved beyond conventional ideas to topics that matter to today’s women. The stories of eight strong women (The Big Story) in Femina’s March 9, 2019 issue were inspirational. I admire gritty tales, and every edition gives me an insight into women’s power. Thank you for being a part of my life. Anuradha, Jalandhar I loved Tabu on the cover of Femina’s March 9, 2019 issue. The stories of all eight women (The Big Story) were moving in different ways. Their success stories were impactful. I also enjoyed reading the articles under All…

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femina .in

OFFICE APROPOS Five ways to look office-ready ON FLEEK! Top three beauty looks for work EASY DINNER RECIPE Hussaini Seekh LIFE IS A BEACH! Perfect places to explore this summer We asked our followers on Twitter whether they prefer being their own boss or a nine-to-five job. Here’s what they had to say: Parampara Patil Hashmi @cinemawaali Being your own boss, even if it means working round the clock. Prudhvi @PrudhviTweetz Although I don’t prefer it, but unfortunately, I am stuck in a nine-to-nine job. Saul @saulihaib I prefer a nine-to-five job over being my own boss. Mehak Gulati @mehakgulati10 I definitely want to be my own boss rather than following the nine-to-five rut. According to…

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eureka!

The wise Confucius once said, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” While most of us would high-handedly dismiss these words with an “easy to say, not easy to do,” there are a few people who, in spite of all odds, muster the courage to transform their dreams into reality. We bring you five such women who decided to shun their high-flying corporate careers to move on to uncharted territories. They tell us what inspired them, the challenges they faced, and that one defining moment that motivated them to take the plunge. So take cue, throw caution to the wind, and follow your heart. May the force be with you!…

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the road less travelled

Until 2015, Sujal Patwardhan led a normal (aka routine-filled) life. As the Vice President and Head HR at Mumbai-based Ambit Holdings, her days looked like those of any other working professional’s—sitting on the computer for long hours, meetings, deadlines, etc. She had been doing this for 12 years and had gotten into a comfort zone. “Corporate days are predictable. Your priorities are set and your scope of work is limited to the department you are hired for. This meant that I could stick to HR and not get involved in any other function like sales, marketing, or finance. Not to forget, my salary was getting credited in my account at the end of every month,” she says.But Patwardhan, who holds an MBA in HR from the Institute of Management…

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