Hey friends, As I had mentioned in my last post that SpiceJet has launched new Sector Delhi to Varanasi and that’s only for Rs. 799/- .Now I can visit my home town more often and much faster without much hassles of getting train tickets etc. I am very grateful to them. But now the million dollar question is: Are these things gonna stay for Good or it’s just a temporary phase. If I am not wrong few other airlines also started their flights to small cities which later withdraw since they were not making enough profits? What u says guys?
Anyways, I'm going to make the best use of this till the time the tails stops wagging…
Wishes do come true and mine too got listened…Now when I will talk of going home, I will not get jitters of how I will reach there but definitely of crowded bazaars, temples and of my sweet home whose open doors always welcoming me…. Yesterday, I heard a news that few days back SpiceJet, low cost, no frills airlines have launched its first low cost service to my home town i.e. to Varanasi…. I am so excited. This time I will reach my home comfortably and will enjoy my diwali, burn crackers and will have lots of fun.
10 full days I will enjoy all the dishes that my great mom used to prepare especially for me… Thanks to SpiceJet a lot for making my home near to me. Now I don’t have to think twice while going to home. Just remembering this song from Refugee…
Panchiya, nadiya pawan ke choke, koi sarhad na inke roke…
The status of women in India has been subject to great many changes over the past few millennia. From a largely unknown status in ancient times through the low points of the Middle Ages and the Mughal empire, to the promotion of equal rights by Guru Nanak and the slow reform then the rigid rules of the colonial era to the mixed attitudes of the current era, the history of women in India has been eventful.
The women in India are still facing some discrimination in minor parts of the country especially in the rural communities and in some cultures but the trend are positive. The rights of women have been improving steadily for many 100's of years and now women face equality in many important fields of human life including the right to vote; to stand for government; in many job situations; in education; in the armed forces; in government and many commercial departments; in religious duties; etc. However, much work still needs to be done for the women to achieve complete equality.
The steady change in their position can be highlighted by looking at what has been achieved by women in the country:
* In 1966, Indira Gandhi became the first women leader of the country indicating that women had made strides in achieving some level of equality in government. However, sadly no other women has followed in her footsteps although her daughter-in-law, Sonia Gandhi won the recent elections and could have become the second female PM of the country.
* In 2006, the following two business women reached 1 billion dollar net-worth: Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw started one of India's first biotech companies, Biocon (otcbb: BCLTF). Lalita Gupte and Kalpana Morparia (both were the only businesswomen in India who made our list of the World's Most Powerful Women), run India's second-largest bank, ICICI Bank. So, a few women have reached the pinnacle in the business world. .
* In 1905, Mrs. Suzanne RD Tata became the first Indian woman to drive a car 
* In 1970, Kamaljit Sandhu became the first Indian woman to win a Gold in the Asian Games
* Smt. Anna Chandy, the First Indian Woman Judge of High Court and in 1989, Kumari Justice M. Fathima Beevi was made the first Indian woman judge of the Supreme Court. 
* Woman Pilots: In 1944, Harita Kaur Deol became the first Indian woman to perform a solo flight. In 1951, Prem Mathur became the first Indian women commercial pilot of Deccan Airways and in 1966, Captain Durga Banerjee became the first Indian woman pilot of the state airline, Indian Airlines. In November 1997, Dr.Kalpana Chawla became the first Indian woman to go into Space. 
* Kiran Bedi, First Indian Woman Police Officer.  She is the only Indian police person to receive the Magsaysay Award.
* Ms. Tarla Dalal is India’s best-selling cookery author and has held this status for over 2 decades. She has written more than 30 books and several have been translated into various languages like Hindi, Gujrati, Marathi, Bengali and even Dutch and Russian! Her total sales of books exceeds 1 million copies. 
* In 2005, Ms. Manndhir Rajput, a 34-year-old woman from Ludhiana, Punjab became the first Indian woman to become an engine driver of trains with the New South Wales Rail Corporation, Australia.