Hilary Clinton was not the first woman to run for the President of the United States. In 1872, Victoria Chaflin Woodhull became the first woman to run for the President of the United States. The irony – she herself was ineligible to vote! Black Americans got the right to vote in 1870 – very… Read More The first US woman President – the elusive quest
His words were as loud as his actions. He was among the first to connect with audiences across the globe. He was an athlete and a showman at the same time. And it was no surprise that BBC and Sports Illustrated declared him “Sportsman of the Century.” Muhammad Ali – the icon, left us… Read More Muhammad Ali: an icon, a disruptor and a marketing genius!
1991 – India was engaged in an intense debate on reservations in jobs and educational institutions for members of the backward castes. I tried to engage a woman State Senator in the debate. She did not bat an eyelid to come up with her response: “If there must be reservation, then it should be for… Read More Women in the 21st century – of biology, historical baggage and a glass ceiling!