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I find the notion of a day dedicated to a gender a little condescending, given that every day is a reason to celebrate who you are. Having said that, we aren't about to rock the boat and have faithfully brought to you, via our cover story, six inspiring women who did choose to rock the boat and how. While I'm on the topic, and the concept of glass ceilings is still a bit fresh, did you know, car heaters, Monopoly, fire escapes, life rafts, medical syringes, refrigerators, ice cream makers, dishwashers, closed circuit television, central heating systems and kevlar were all invented by women? Did you also know that despite where India is in terms of being a global presence or any other metric you choose to apply, women couldn't work in a bar in Delhi until a few short years ago, and still cannot work past 8.30pm in a bar in Mumbai? Talking of antiquated laws, I hear there's still one going around, which thankfully our cops ignore, that requires a person to present a doctor issued certificate stating he/she is medically required to drink alcohol. Talking of alcohol we have a few vodka cocktail recipes for you this time along with a quick feature on beer cocktails, a rare presence in most bar menus. In fact, apart from the much made Shandy, I doubt most of us have had the opportunity to experience them. Summer is here, so I'm guessing all manner of bubbly, frothy, chilled relief will be explored, beer cocktails being the notable entrant this time around. Which reminds me, beer too is said to be invented by a woman though strangely that beverage doesn't seem to be as accepted by women in this country as in others. Given the lovely weather we're experiencing at this perfect time between Summer and Winter, what do you plan to do? Will you be exploring the great outdoors or using the time to catch up with reading at outdoor cafes alternating between coffees and summery fruit drinks, or other such? Do share on our forum! Stay well. Sid

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