From philanthropy to politics women taking the command of Amritkaal Bharat

Women of India dominating every aspect of profession from philanthropy to politics

  1. Shaliza Dhami: First Woman to Command Frontline Combat Unit in Indian Air Force
Group Captain Shaliza Dhami has made history by becoming the first woman to command a frontline combat unit in the Indian Air Force (IAF). Commissioned in 2003 as a helicopter pilot, Dhami is a qualified flying instructor and has over 2800 hours of flying experience. She has served as a flight commander of a helicopter unit in the Western sector. The Indian Air Force has selected Dhami to take over command of a frontline combat unit in the Western sector. This is a significant milestone for women in the Indian armed forces, as it marks the first time a woman has been given command of a combat unit. Dhami’s achievement is a testament to the hard work and dedication of women in the Indian military.
  1. Draupadi Murmu: Presidenct of India
Draupadi Murmu, the 15th and current President of India, has come a long way from her humble beginnings. Born into a humble family in the remote village of Mayurbhanj, a tribal district of Odisha, Murmu had worked as an assistant teacher and a junior assistant in the Odisha state irrigation department before entering politics. Murmu started her political journey with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in 1997 and worked as a councillor in Rairangpur. She has also worked as the president of the Scheduled Tribe Morcha of the BJP Odisha unit before being elected twice to the Odisha state legislative assembly on the BJP ticket. She also served as a cabinet minister during 2002-2004 in the Naveen Patnaik-led BJD-BJP coalition government, where she was felicitated with the best legislative member award.
  1. Nirmala Sitharaman: Finance Minister of India
Nirmala Sitharaman, a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) politician, is a trusted lieutenant of PM Modi. She headed the Union defence ministry during the first stint of the Modi government and has also served as the finance and corporate affairs minister. Before taking up active politics, Sitharaman worked in the corporate sector after getting a master’s degree from Jawaharlal Nehru University. She was made a minister of state in 2014 and given the portfolio of commerce and industry with independent charge.
  1. Nita Ambani: Chairperson of Reliance foundation
An accomplished woman with diverse roles. Nita Ambani, founder and chairperson of Reliance Foundation, is an educationist, philanthropist, businesswoman, and advocate for women’s and children’s rights. She owns Mumbai Indians, the successful cricket team in the Indian Premier League, and founded the Indian Super League. She’s committed to making affordable medical care accessible to all Indians through the Sir H N Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre. Nita Ambani is the first Indian woman to be elected as a member of the International Olympic Committee and an Honorary Trustee of the Board of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. She’s been recognized by various publications such as Forbes and Fortune India for her accomplishments.
  1. Deepika Padukone: Actress
A successful actress and philanthropist. Deepika Padukone made her film debut in 2006 and became a superstar with her breakout role in Om Shanti Om. She’s won three Filmfare Awards and has been invited to major events like the Oscars. In addition to her acting career, she’s a philanthropist and advocates for mental health awareness, founding the Live Laugh Love Foundation to support those struggling with mental health issues.”

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