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.
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The Japanese auto supply company whose airbags were blamed for killing at least 17 people has filed for bankruptcy.
Fatigue plagues most primary school teachers in Germany, according to a new study. Despite high individual motivation, many also say they endure persistent back pain and high levels of classroom noise.
Some opponents of marriage equality stand against the notion that same-sex couples might get full adoption rights, often citing worries about children's well-being. But experts have refuted these concerns.
Germany is reorienting itself away from the US and the UK and toward France. Chancellor Merkel made that abundantly clear in a major speech to parliament about the EU's future and next week's G20 summit in Hamburg.
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