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Category Archive: Article, Featured Articles, Nutrition & Wellness

Say Yes to Yoga

The pursuit of good health is a common trend today.From movie stars to housewives, almost everyone is jogging, buying flashy sports gear, and talking about fitness and wellbeing. It’s easier to...

Sharanya’s Inspirational Story of Overcoming Hearing Loss

Losing the sense of hearing at a young age is traumatic, both for the child as well as for the parents. If not treated early, hearing loss can wreak havoc on the child’s language and speech...

Parenting a Learning-Disabled Child

The biggest challenge that the parent of a learningdisabled child faces is initial acceptance. It can be tough to understand and accept that your child has a learning disorder. You may worry about...

Indi Lemonade

What you need 2-3 lemons 750 ml water Sugar to taste Jaljira powder to taste Ice cubes (optional) What to do Squeeze juice from the lemons and strain to remove the seeds. Add water. Add jaljira...

Education Across the Seas

College education abroad – an exploration Traditionally, Indian students have opted to do their bachelor’s programmes in India and explore opportunities outside India for their post-graduate or...

Interesting Parenting Blogs

www.lookydaddy.com   This funny blog used to be written by a stay-at-home dad. Although he stopped writing in August 2009, he had blogged for three years – the archives are definitely worth...

E-Learning for High School Students

Ever wanted to take a class that was not offered in your school? Or a class that is beyond the spectrum of your subject choices? The good news is that you can! Welcome to the world of e-learning,...

Maths Games from Logic Roots

Maths Games from Logic Roots Logic Roots, a company with ex-IITians, has come up with a series of Maths games for children of all ages. Manufacturer’s Claims examined “500% better Math. Up to 20...

Children and Cooking

No matter where children disappear to, they can be found peeping into the kitchen close to dinnertime, or any other time they smell something cooking. Watching their parents as they waltz around the...

Don’t Let Your Child Quit

Rohit, a five-year-old, does not play with his vast collection of blocks, jigsaws and construction sets for more than 10 minutes. Medha, a nine-year-old, begs for ballet classes; her parents give in...