December 26, 2016

How do we visualize woman’s work? Don’t we, inevitably, see a woman wiping away the sweat from her forehead while bent over a pan cooking dinner for her family, or a woman trying to feed a toddler, with the grandmother in the background providing the necessary distract...

December 19, 2016

Many decades ago, it would not be terribly unusual to get invited to a chickenpox party. Excuse me?? Yes, parents were happy to have their 5-year-old exposed to the extremely contagious, itchy, red, blistery rash of chickenpox, a disease caused by the varicella zoster...

December 13, 2016

Nowadays, the majority of fitness or nutritional guides focus on weight loss, which diet fits you best and how to lose fat. But what about the other half which has no access to even a basic, one time meal? Poverty and food insecurity kills and continually hurts hundred...

December 7, 2016

The young boy embarking on a magical adventure to the North Pole on the Polar Express, Ratatouille’s hilarious rat getting lost in the streets of Paris and the little toddler on his own tour in Baby’s Day Out! All of them have surely one agenda – touring or rather deto...

November 30, 2016

 Who can resist cuddling a baby? Offering your finger to her, knowing that she will curl hers tightly around it? Tapping her on the chin gently, to watch her break into a smile? Our first communication with a newborn is through touch.

The sense of touch is a baby’s keen...

November 21, 2016

Fundamental Rights are guaranteed by the constitution for the citizens of a country. Human Rights transcend boundaries and are universally applicable to all human beings. And now we hear of rights based legislations. Are we heading in the right direction?

As students of...

November 15, 2016

“Give me the first six years of a child’s life”, Rudyard Kipling once quoted, “and you can have the rest”. The need for more and better interventions in Early Childhood Development is receiving increasing attention. The crucial role it plays in the overall development...

November 8, 2016

What do Sammy Reshevsky, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Srinivasa Ramanujan have in common? Reshevsky, at eight was taking on twenty strong adult players, simultaneously, at chess. Mozart composed his first piece of music at five. And Ramanujan had mastered complex mathe...

October 30, 2016

The monsoon rain has come and gone and there is a nip in the early morning air … Delhi’s 17 million people who share their city with some very special residents are getting ready for the annual visit of some very special guests – birds.

According to Sheila Chhabra of De...

October 24, 2016

Why do giraffes have long necks? It is a question your five year old may ask. Do not take it lightly for it’s a very serious question – about heredity and evolution, about the interplay of our genes and the environment we live in.

According to Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (174...

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