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Wednesday, February 14, 2007 Celebrates the New Indian Woman Celebrates the New Indian Woman

In the midst of a flurry of dotcom launches in India, comes, India's new portal and online magazine for the new Indian women.

Mumbai, Maharastra (PRWeb) February 14, 2007 -- In the midst of a flurry of dotcom launches in India, comes, India's new portal and online magazine for the new Indian women.

Promoted by Priya Florence Shah, an entrepreneur, online marketing consultant and active blogger, it features inspiring and insightful articles and tips, written by experienced writers with a first-hand knowledge of what the modern Indian woman desires most.

As women, we have many roles to play. We are the nurturers, mothers, wives, lovers, career-women, daughters, friends. When we feel good about ourselves we can give our best to our families, children and careers.

In the process of multi-tasking and giving to others in our lives, stress takes its toll - on us, as well as our families. The new Indian woman is learning to live life on her own terms, and to value her own needs as much as her partner's. aims to inspire women to transform themselves beyond their wildest dreams.

" does not have a feminist agenda. Our goal is solely to help the Indian woman break free of limitations, and disempowering thinking," says Ms. Shah, adding "Both, family and society, benefit when a women learns to take care of her own needs, because she is then better able to care for her family and loved ones."

"Indian women need more role models to inspire them. Besides a few well-known names like Preity Zinta, Sania Mirza, Kiran Mazumdar and Indra Nooyi, we know precious little about the thousands of women in our society who have silently and courageously overcome the limitations imposed on them by archaic attitudes and challenging circumstances," states Ms. Shah. invites you to send in profiles of woman achievers, successful women entrepreneurs and women who have overcome obstacles or demonstrated courage to rise above their circumstances and get where they are today. They will be interviewed and their stories published in a monthly "Naaree of the Month" feature. aims to help the new Indian woman get in touch with her own needs, become self-actualised, and achieve balance and harmony in all areas of her life. "We want to help women nurture themselves, in body, mind and spirit. Visit us for the content. Stay for the community," invites Ms. Shah.

Check out Naaree for the latest articles and updates.

Sunday, February 11, 2007

Great Recipe for Dhokla

Want to try a delicious Gujarati dish? Then you will really enjoy making and eating Dhokla. Thanks to Swapna's TASTES FROM MY KITCHEN blogspot, you can make this and so many other wonderful Indian meals. So please visit susarlas kitchen and get started today.

And for more Gujarati recipes, please visit Swapna's other site - Trupti's little chef's in the kitchen

Now,you'll have to excuse me while I go make some dhokla.

Feed a Hungry Child

Now you can help feed a hungry child by contributing to the cookbook titled - You Can Cook, in which all the proceeds will go to the 'Feed a Hungry Child Campaign'

To participate, please go to the blogspot, My Dhaba and read the idea behind the program and the guidelines posted in Nucleus of an Idea...

They are looking to collect 365 traditional/heirloom recipes. At this point in time, they have 165. 200 more to go! Let's make it possible.

Hope to see you there.

FAHC : Feed A Hungry Child Campaign

Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Shilpa Shetty live on Sabras Radio

Shilpa Shetty live on Sabras

Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty will be visiting the UK’s most popular Asian radio station Sabras Radio tomorrow (Wednesday 7th February).

Since leaving the Celebrity Big Brother house, Shilpa has been inundated with offers from the media around the world. She will now be giving one of her first radio interviews to Sabras Radio.

Sabras Radio’s Drivetime show with Raj Baddhan will be covering the event with a live interview.

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