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In this ear-opening episode, Rajan takes a trip to Lisbon to meet with the remarkable Chitra Stern. They speak about her inspiring upbringing in Singapore and the rise of her business interests in Portugal. It’s a candid conversation that delves into female empowerment, entrepreneurship, and how she sees the role of her religious beliefs as being a custodian for women globally and her fears surrounding a rise in nationalism.

You can find out more about Chitra Stern   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHgcaVDeDGo

Presenter – Rajan NazranProducer – NazranRoth/Global Indian Series

Guest – Chitra Stern

Art design – Vanisha Patel

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