Rajasthan is a western Indian state along India’s border with Pakistan. The state is known in the western world for its Maharajas and exotic palaces, but now residents in a small village are determined to get famous- with a little bit of help from Andrea Thumshirn.
Date24.07.2013 | 10:33
Imagine you’re talking to your best friend. Both of you are talking about Germany. What is the first thing that comes to your mind? The strong economy during the euro crisis? Stereotypes, such as beer and sausages? Or women’s rights? What if your friend told you that only 8.3% of women (in companies with 500+ employees) are in a senior position? Would you believe it?
Date16.07.2013 | 13:26
Speed dating: finding the perfect job
Dating for romance is outdated! Fewer students are choosing vocational training these days since most of them want to go to university. Companies are now using “speed dating” techniques to find the perfect candidate for the job and applicants are not complaining!
Date16.07.2013 | 7:42
What does an Indian woman do when her husband leaves her and her family throws her out of the house? Komal Ganatra decided to make a life for herself and was very succesful at it. Her story of suffering and success created quite a storm in the Indian media. Women Talk Online blogger Norris Pritam spoke to her.
Date05.06.2013 | 10:27
Helping Saudi’s workforce
60% of women in Saudi Arabia have a university degree but only one in six of them work – a statistic that’s proving an obstacle to the development of the largest economy in the Arab world. The online job market Glowork was formed by young Saudi entrepreneurs to bring empowerment to women and increase diversity in the Saudi workforce.
Read more here: http://www.dw.com/program/made-in-germ…
Date10.05.2013 | 6:50
This year has so far been historic for Pakistan. For the first time, a government has completed its five-year tenure since the formation of the state in 1947 and the candidates have been thoroughly scrutinized. The constituencies are also being monitored in a way like never before.
Date09.05.2013 | 19:00
Simone Ludwig is a piano teacher and an author of children’s books. Her first book in German, “Pitt – The small Flea” has been immensely successful across Germany and is the story of a flea which lives in a piano.
Date05.04.2013 | 13:50
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