In India, women have limited access to investor and credit networks. Entrepreneur Sucharita Eashwar is looking to change that, by helping them to set up on their own.
In India, women who want to start a business face many hurdles. Entrepreneur Sucharita Eashwar is looking to change that. Her network helps Indian businesswomen gain access to investors and credit networks.
A nation that can take pride in leading women in fields including politics, education and cyber security is ranked almost the worst for gender equality. DW's head of Urdu, Kishwar Mustafa, explores this dilemma.
With the Ivanka Trump show having moved on, the Women20 summit in Berlin may have been quieter. But it also felt like the way had finally been cleared to talk about what really matters.
The IMF has cut its outlook for the American economy.
The Japanese auto supply company whose airbags were blamed for killing at least 17 people has filed for bankruptcy.
In July 1995 Bosnian Serb troops stormed the UN safe area around Srebrenica and before the eyes of Dutch UN troops. DW's Zoran Arbutina explains what happened in Europe's worst atrocity since WWII.
An ex-supporter of France's anti-immigrant National Front (FN) has escaped punishment for helping her Iranian lover cross the channel on a rickety boat. Her unusual love story might now be turned into a movie.
A group of some 220 Berlin police officers were sent home from Hamburg, accused of - amongst other things - public sex acts, property damage and mishandling service weapons. "They were bored," said a spokesman.
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