2012 Woman of the Year finalists selected

INDIA New England is proud to announce the 20 finalists for the 2012 Woman of the Year award. After a record shattering year for...

INDIA New England previews 20 outstanding women; Woman of the Year to be chosen...

With just over a week to go, INDIA New England News welcomes you to take a closer look at the 20 finalists for the...

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Emerging Leaders Taylor and Pant to Serve as Masters of Ceremony at the Woman...

WALTHAM, MA—INDIA New England News, the region's premier online and print publication and the producer of its flagship annual Woman of the Year awards...

UMass Lowell Chancellor Jacqueline Moloney to Keynote 14th Annual Woman of the Year Awards...

BURLINGTON, MA— UMass Lowell Chancellor Jacqueline Moloney, the first woman to serve as chancellor of UMass Lowell in the 121-year history of the institution,...

INDIA New England News to Bestow Lifetime Achievement to an Extraordinary Woman Annually

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The costs of inequality: For women, progress until they get near power

By Clea Simon Harvard Correspondent It is the best of times. Nearly equal numbers of American women and men now go into medicine and law. More...

Some Reflections on my Wonderful Year as Woman of the Year 2013

By Poonam Ahluwalia "The knowledge that makes a difference in changing the world is knowledge that travels and mobilizes, shifting and creating new forces and...

Massachusetts’ Gender Wage Gap Costs the State’s Women More Than $11 Billion Per Year

BOSTON--If the gender wage gap were closed, Massachusetts women could afford food for nearly two years, six more months of mortgage and utilities, or...

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