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Indian Women Blog.org


Indian Women Blog.org ‘Pad Woman’ Suhani Mohan On How To Sustain The Pad Man-Generated Interest Around Periods. She is the founder of Saral Designs, a Mumbai-based startup that is working on increasing the access to high-quality affordable sanitary napkins using a smart distributed manufacturing technology. Read More

Indian Women Blog.org2019-09-11T17:31:01+00:00

What goes behind starting large scale impact projects in South Asia


What goes behind starting large scale impact projects in South Asia At Saral Designs, we follow 4As approach (Affordability, Accessibility, Awareness and Advocacy) which allows us to not only provide accessibility of affordable sanitary napkins, but also allows us to advocate change that we bring at local level in tier-2,3 [...]

What goes behind starting large scale impact projects in South Asia2019-12-26T12:45:07+00:00



News18 India is growing, But Where are Jobs? Rahul Asks Centre During Outreach Programme. Asserting that non-performing assets (NPAs) are not coming from small and medium businesses, the Congress chief alleged that the "government is funding the big guys, but they are not producing jobs". Read More


Times of India


TOI GST: Desi sanitary napkin companies fear import assault. Low-cost manufacturers of sanitary napkins fear being rendered uncompetitive by imported products following the GST exemption — which does not provide for input credit cost. Read More

Times of India2019-12-26T12:31:55+00:00

Times Now


Times Now GST rate cuts: Sanitary pad prices unlikely to come down much after GST exemption. After making sanitary napkins exempt from GST, manufacturers will no longer be able to claim input tax credit on GST paid on raw materials, so the net impact of the tax cut will be minimal for end [...]

Times Now2019-09-11T18:18:54+00:00

The Economic Times


The Economic Times Symbolic victory: Prices of sanitary pads unlikely to see major change. Despite the decision to exempt sanitary pads from GST, the price difference to the end customer might be low, say manufacturers. Read More

The Economic Times2019-09-11T18:13:53+00:00