Teaching my Son to make his Own Bed!

“Expectation is the root of all heartache.”- William Shakespeare

Coming from...

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Jazz is like the little Bee that goes from Flower to Flower

The 5th Veda session at Whistling Woods International (WWI), Mumbai held on 26th October turned out to be different this week as the students got a glimpse of the worl...

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Can Men be Allies among the many ‘Harvey Weinsteins’ in the Industry?

Anthony Bourdain is known as the strutting chef who kicked a drug habit, wrote a best-selling confessional Kitchen Confidential, and became an internationally recognized te...

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Famished India behind Myanmar and Bangladesh on the Global Hunger Index

With one of the highest rates of child malnutrition in the world, India has won notoriety as one of the nutritional basket cases of the world over the past few years. Globa...

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Madiba – A Tribute to History’s Favorite Son

Benevolence is a trait that obviates the need for an introduction and benevolent legends have their names going down in history as its favorite son.  Madiba is a three...

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Anaarkali of Aarah   in support of female students of BHU

Swara Bhaskar is supporting the female students of Banaras Hindu University (BHU). Last month in BHU, there was an incident where a female student claimed that she...

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#EyeOnClimate – to Make this World a Better Place to Live

Although climate change presents one of the greatest threats to the future of our children and our planet, many perceive this issue as distant and abstract. Naturally, peop...

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Colombia to host The Classics – the Festival of Films that will Live Forever

Have you ever wanted to watch Sunset Boulevard on the big screen? Popcorn in your hand and glitter in your eyes. May be the Rear Window? Rebel Without...

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Will Technology fuel a Man-Machine Struggle for Power?

Recently I read that Sophia is going to be the first robot to be granted citizenship of Saudi Arabia. She was interviewed by business writer Andrew Ross Sorkin at ...

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Brief Encounters

Female bonding is rare in Bollywood movies, so a play about strangers meeting in a railway waiting room on a stormy night has been doing well in multiple languages.  Read More

This Universal Children’s Week, 265 million Children around the World are Working

The International Labour Organisation states in its latest World Report on Child Labo...

November 22 2017

The Breadwinner': Best Animated Feature of 2017

From executive producer, Angelina Jolie and the creators of the Academy Award-nominat...

November 21 2017

The Effects of Virtual Reality on Children

I am standing in the Arkham Asylum. Immersed in the Dark Knight’s universe as I...

November 21 2017