Future Woman
Future Woman


  • Like a phoenix…

    Laxmi, a victim of an acid attack in New Delhi nine years ago and now a standard-bearer for Stop Acid Attacks campaign, has been selected by the US for the prestigious International Women of the Courage Award ... Read more
  • From France with a passion for Ayurveda

    With love for Indian art and culture, this French woman arrived in India and later married a Keralite and settled down in Kottayam. An exponent of Ayurveda and holistic treatment, she is on a mission to promote natural lifestyle through Ayurveda and natural farming. ... Read more
  • Taking up cudgels against breast cancer

    Do you know one out of eight women will end up with cancer in their lifetime? Shocking right! Has anyone of you thought of how could this alarming situation be tackled? Premi Mathew hailing from Kochi has a clear idea of resolving this menace. ‘Protect your Mom’and ‘Hair for Hope’are the initiatives of Premi to beat breast cancer by creating awareness ... Read more
  • Giving a new lease of life

    Innovative methods of treatments could bring out remarkable results in many chronic illnesses. When old ways of treatment fail, new ones succeed, provided there should be a leading light to pave the new path ... Read more
  • Coming donor breast milk banks!

    It is a revolution of sort in the care of preterm babies. Donor breast milk banks are coming up in the country following the developed countries to provide succour to these babies ... Read more
  • A bicycle ride to healthy life

    Rushing to offices in luxury cars, gobbling up junk food and lack of exerciseis what we often come across in big cities. Bequeathing a great sigh of relief to those who are juggling their life from the hectic schedule, Athi’s Bicycle Club (ABC) is on a health ride providing bicycles in the major cities of Kerala at a rate of Rs2 per hour. ... Read more
  • Bringing smile on their faces

    Smile is the most beautiful expression but there are some people who are just waiting to smile at least once in their life time.Yes! The cleft lip patients are the ones who are dying for an opportunity to express their happiness through their smile. These hapless children who are suffering from a congenital deformity caused by abnormal facial development during gestation have been condemned to a life of neglect and ridicule. ... Read more