The media house gives an opportunity to the eminent women personalities to share their views on legislative, economic and cultural rights of women
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | December 1, 2014
The Lokmat Women Summit, in its fourth year, returns with the empowering programme to enable the attendees or readers to address the challenges that they face. The event will witness women personalities from different fields share their experiences and voice their concerns regarding the various pressing issues as well as put forward opinions on how their rights could be better enshrined in legislative, economic and cultural reform.
The summit is scheduled to be held on December 2, 2014 from 10 AM to 6 PM at Hyatt Pune.
This fourth edition of the Summit is attended by Amruta Devendra Padnavis, Vice President- Axis Bank, Beena Sarwar, Pakistan based journalist, Lisa Ray, an internationally acclaimed performer, Ravina Tandon, Bollywood actor, Laxmi Ratan Tripathy, Bharatnatyam dancer, Neela Satyanarayana, a retired IAS officer, Alaka Sharma, a professor of Political Science, Richa Aniruddha, Indian talk show host, Preeti Nair, a director- Curry Nation, Aparna Valenkar, editor of Lokmat newspaper, Arunima Sinha, mountaineer, Kabir Bedi, actor, Archana vyas, leader of communication development for the ICO, Satyavrat Pendharkar, Vice President and General Manager, Pepsico.
Previous three editions of the summit were attended by eminent women personalities like Varsha Gaikwad, the then Minister of Women and Child Welfare, Govt of Maharashtra, Padma Bhushan, Rajshri Birla, Kiran Bedi, Anu Aga, Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha, Supriya Sule, Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha, Kirron Kher, renowned actor and current Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha, Shobhaa De, Rashmi Bansal, Meher Pudumjee, Lynn De Souza, Magsaysay award winner Nileema Mishra, Tisca Chopra etc to name a few. All these distinguished speakers, through panel discussions, gave their valuable views on various pressing issues facing women. With their tales and experiences, they proved to be a great source of motivation for the audience and the readers.