Title: Yakshini Author: Neil D' Silva Publisher: Rupa pp.252 They say don't judge a book by it's cover, but if you are a voracious reader and a book cover catches your eye, you simply want to devour the book in no time. And that's exactly what happened with Yakshini. One look at the cover illustration … Continue reading Book Review– Yakshini by Neil D’Silva
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Is the playground teaching your child the right things or is it breeding the negative qualities? Be vigilant and take appropriate action at the right time. Here's what you can do...
Pregnancy is not bound or limited by age, thanks to technology. Age is still a number when it comes to conceiving. But what about the risks involved? Is it worth the risk?
It's time we accept people from the LGBQT community as normal humans just like us. Scrapping Article 377 is not of much use until in practice things change. Until then, an entire community will continue to suffer in silence.
In today's world where misunderstanding rules the roost, where families are falling apart, thanks to communication gaps, nunchi can come to the rescue. It can help strengthen relationships and make solving problems in workplace easier. Read on to know more about this amazing Korean concept and start practicing it right away...
Water crisis that plagued Chennai was awful, but it brought home some useful lessons. Read on to know what they are.
I'm a huge believer and executor of the concept of "personal space". Most people who know me also know that if I'm uncomfortable, I won't be quiet. And whether it is family or friends, relationships for me are defined by boundaries and I don't take it too easily when someone trespasses. My husband and I … Continue reading Trespassers (in my personal space) Will Be Prosecuted
While social media that brings us closer, it also breeds negative qualities within us. What are those and how do we get rid of them? Read on...
Name: Parliamental Author: Meghnad S. Publisher: Harper Collins Year: 2019 pp. 193 About the author: Meghnad S.dons several hats. To begin with, he's a public policy professional who's spent almost 8 years in and out of the parliament, working with several MPs cutting across party lines. Not just that, he's an ex-LAMP who's addicted to … Continue reading Book Review–Parliamental by Meghnad S.
Before You Breathe by Tanushree Podder Publisher: Harper Collins, 2019 Genre: Thriller, Mystery Page Count: 245 pp. My Rating: 4.0/ 5 Set in the small, serene town of Ramsar (Uttarakhand, India), Before You Breathe takes you through a series of events that rock the sleepy town over a week. It begins with a break-in at … Continue reading
Good movies are much a thing of the past--a movie that taught us good values, that made us think, and that had happy endings without much fights and crimes in between. Can't such movies be made anymore? Do people not want to watch good movies with their families anymore?