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Indian women authors have been making their mark on the book scene - here are some noteworthy debut books by 21 such new authors in recent times.
Using toys to teach values to your child is one easy and effective way to do it. Here, the author speaks about how Transformers helped do this!
Standing tall, speaking out and fighting depression – Shailaja Vishwanath, on how she defeated depression as she found inner strength and vocal supporters.
These small home interior design tips will help you make the best of urban living in a tight space!
Trusting in someone is not a question of one great experience, but of a lifetime of walking together.
Life is all about making plans - but - plans have a way of fizzling out, yes even the ‘best laid plans’.
This Mother’s Day was very different and special for some mothers and children across the country. Find out how!
Our homes are not just a collection of objects; the things in them mean something to us. What’s your story?
Regressive advertising targeted at women - please, isn't it time to wake up and realize it doesn't really work any more with the thinking woman?
A second chance at success sounds great, but it doesn't always come by on its own. Sometimes, having a plan B in place can make all the difference.
The army wife might be expected to be a well-groomed lady, but is she all this and more? Are we army wives really different?
Long term planning is essential to ensure financial security in our inflationary world! Here are some thoughts on ensuring your child is taken care of.
These 6 beautiful Sankranti tips set the mood for a wonderful celebration with loved ones this week.
The author writes about the recent announcement about the Air Force allowing women fighter pilots in India.
Do you love books? Then don't miss this exciting giveaway and also get some writing advice from women.
E-commerce is booming; whether you are running a home based business or want to sell in the thousands, why should you be left behind?
Active families need a haven to unwind after hectic work schedules – A clean home! These home cleaning tips and techniques can save your weekend!
In our twenties, many of us put off planning our finances for a distant ‘future’. But, can the future we want happen if the money for it doesn’t exist?
Looking for interesting people to follow on Twitter, people who tweet with wit, wisdom, and passion? 20 contemporary Indian women writers you should follow.
If you are a woman who loves to travel, chances are you have a toilet story to narrate! Can our simple wish for a clean loo be fulfilled?
Whether they work outside the home or not, many women find that the routine of looking after a home and family leaves them without a holiday.
When life hands you lemons, as it does from time to time, how prepared are you to make some lemonade?
Our children inherit the world we leave behind. Here are five ways in which you can inspire your child to be a young change maker, and make a difference!
These are the stories of women who’ve followed their inspirations and dreamed of making a big difference. What is your #InspiredByWomen story?
Is your child a creative soul constantly thinking up new ideas? Consider the possibility that your child could be a Young Change Maker!
Women in India and around the world continue to succumb to breast cancer, even though it can be detected early. An interview with Dr. Randeep Singh
The simple act of walking on the streets reminds us that we are not truly free. Here's a take on the freedom to walk.
The simple pleasures of life are waiting to be noticed. Are you and your child rushing too fast? This post has some simple wisdom!
Should women try to be super-women? Is it okay to ask for help? This post has some useful insights!
Across many countries, thousands of children die of infectious diseases that can be easily prevented by the simple act of washing hands. This video and story bring home this simple message.
Love and equality go hand-in-hand. Here is a delightful read on how sharing responsibilities at home sows the seeds of love, equality, and positive change.
In times of need or distress, a parent says she would prefer to seek help from a daughter rather than a daughter-in-law. Is this a universal feeling?
Why I think the new ads for 5 star and MTS are offensive and regressive both to women and children
Bread is maida and unhealthy, they say, but with the number of options now available, one does not need to feel guilty about this comfort food!
With the changing times, many mothers-in-law want to be more supportive of their daughters-in-law, but still fear, "What will people say?"
The words of a father may be few but they are no less precious; a father and daughter bond built over a daily walk