International Women’s Day 2023: World Women’s Day is on 8 March. This day is celebrated with the aim of advancement of women, providing them opportunities for development and enabling them to stand equal to men in the society. Women in many countries of the world have to face inequality due to gender discrimination. International Women’s Day is celebrated to bring backward women to the first position of the society and to make them aware of women’s rights. Many types of programmes, awareness campaigns are organized on this occasion, in which many such women from India and abroad participate, whose life has become an inspiration and ideal for all. Forbes has released the list of 100 most powerful women in 2022. On World Women’s Day, we will know about the most powerful women in the world. Here are five powerful women of the world, who are always in discussion.
finance Minister Nirmala sitharaman
India’s Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s name has appeared in the list of 100 powerful women of the world for the fourth time in a row. She stood at number 36 in the list. Sitharaman is the first full time Finance Minister of the country who is continuously handling the finance matters. She has also taken charge of the Defense Ministry of the country before this.
Kiran Mazumdar Shaw is the founder of Biocon, India’s largest listed biopharmaceutical company. This is a big company in the field of pharmaceutical production. This company was established in 1978. Kiran Mazumdar is one of the richest women in India. He has been awarded the Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan awards.
Falguni Nair, the founder of Nykaa, was born on 19 February 1963 in Mumbai, Maharashtra. Falguni Nair is a business woman whose company has become one of the biggest companies in the country these days. Falguni Nair herself has become one of the richest women in the country.
Kamala Harris’s name is included in the list of the world’s most powerful women. Kamala Harris is an American citizen of Indian origin, who is currently serving as the Vice President of the United States. Kamala Harris is the first Asian American woman to be appointed as the Vice President of the United States.