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She wants to change the way women work in India

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good prospects...
by dineshhassija on Aug 04, 2015 09:19 AM

...because more than 99% people are poor but are very ambitious and ready to do any work for money. Though many might not be able to do so because of non having reliable support system. In fact, we do not trust on any one including close ones who could even be better than us. It is the trust that is must for entrepreneurs too which could be built through professional working. Therefore, success is sure if u can keep gestation period little longer and do not compromise to provide best services.

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Sangram Parida
Now's a days..
by Sangram Parida on Oct 18, 2014 04:15 PM  | Hide replies

women are very conscious about their careers. They give more importance to their jobs than their families. They want to keep their babies attended by the old parents and their old parents or in-laws are managing it somehow. But such women tend to ignore such in important question that what would happen when their children will become working parents and they will become grandparents. Will they be able to handle the babies? The answer is a big 'No'. Because if one has not taken care of baby a mother she cannot do it as a grandmother. Then who will take care of their babies. This is a big question which needs to be answered.

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mina arora
Re: Now's a days..
by mina arora on Nov 28, 2014 05:20 PM
needs thinking

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diva divak div
Due to Change in Culture
by diva divak div on Oct 15, 2014 12:40 AM

This happens due to change in culture of our society.
Previously kids were managed by old aged people in family.
Now old aged people are also chased to hostels.

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Thomas Chacko
by Thomas Chacko on Oct 11, 2014 04:41 PM  | Hide replies

This is a facility by the rich for the rich. What about women agricultural and construction laborers who have to leave their children either unattended or attended by their slightly older siblings? There are organizations that work among such women. Rediff should concentrate on unsung heroes and heroines. Leave the well-heeled entrepreneurs in childcare to their own propagandist strategies!

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Re: Amelio
by Janas on Nov 28, 2014 04:47 PM
Well said.My heart goes out to the women and children who build our homes. The children either sit idly all day with their parents or help them out. They hardly go to schools or have proper meals. Sir by highlighting this you have hit the nail on the head.

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kiran kumar
Re: Amelio
by kiran kumar on Oct 11, 2014 05:08 PM
rightly said. she is just tapping the rich

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Holiest Cow
Re: Amelio
by Holiest Cow on Oct 13, 2014 06:14 AM
Both you doubting Thomas, and that other fellow hope of a Kiran can do your teeny-weeny bits in that space of taking care of the remaining poor. Ok?

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njr jayakishore
Re: Amelio
by njr jayakishore on Oct 16, 2014 01:59 AM
What Thomas said 100% correct

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Discusion Forum
Re: Re: Amelio
by Discusion Forum on Aug 05, 2015 09:23 AM
See, all such facilities first come for rich and then to middle/poor. Take the example of mobile phone, car, etc. This is a natural phenomenon. So we can expect in next phase this will come to middle/poor class.

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Paid Advt.,
by RAJESH BHAT on Oct 11, 2014 08:41 AM  | Hide replies

I want to know how much rediff got by giving publicity for Amelio. Rediff never supported genuine child development activities.

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vasudev chari
Re: Paid Advt.,
by vasudev chari on Oct 13, 2014 08:31 AM

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enough scope...
by dineshhassija on Oct 10, 2014 09:23 PM

family member's mental incompatibility, non reliable attitude ...would ensure success of such schemes

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Pat Thakur
As far as we know, women work with their minds n hands
by Pat Thakur on Oct 10, 2014 06:26 PM  | Hide replies

How else does she want to make them work?

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Dijen Das
Re: As far as we know, women work with their minds n hands
by Dijen Das on Oct 10, 2014 07:19 PM
you just couldn't resist huh?

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