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Kiran Manral is an Indian author, columnist and mentor. She has published books across genres in both fiction and non-fiction. She lives in Mumbai.
Obesity can be unhealthy, leading to chronic lifestyle related ailments. But fat shaming and skinny shaming is also unhealthy and can cause lasting scars.
As parents, we put a piece of our hearts out into this world and into the custody of the teachers at school and tuition and can only hope and pray that they treat them well.
Author & columnist Kiran Manral writes her first piece for a new column: "I think of the what ifs of the lives that sexual violence brought to an end, lives snuffed out, dreams snuffed out, trauma carried through a life that is inescapably divided into a before and after."
What is glorious about Rekha’s story is the triumph of a woman who lives her life on her terms, in an industry that is so fiercely male dominated.
What is it about being middle-aged that seems to make a woman invisible to everyone? A hilarious look at this liberating phenomenon as it struck me.
How often have you read a book that is unapologetic about female sexuality? 5 such books which depict women taking charge of their sexuality.
Why are Indian women hesitant to talk about – or even admit to - female sexual desire?
Indian women in Hindi cinema are slowly changing to reveal what many of us already know: that sexual desire in women is only normal.
Kiran Manral shares with us the story behind ‘India Helps’ – a group of volunteers who seek to help disaster victims, in their times of need.
The rise of remote work has opened up new possibilities. However, there has been a spike number of work-from-home scams in India.
While many children are inherently mischievous, for some it may indicate a behavioural problem called Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
The Mafia Queens Of Mumbai by Hussain Zaidi is pulp reading to savour - guts, grime and retribution at its engaging best.
Few Indian women know what to expect during their first sexual encounter. Some facts to help you through your first experience of sex.
The Complete Guide To Becoming Pregnant is a must-read for couples who are having trouble conceiving, and want to explore Assisted Reproductive Technologies.
If Mother's Day gift ideas like clothes and jewellery seem passe, here are some unique gift ideas for the Indian mom, to make Mother's Day special!
Many women entrepreneurs in India began by using traditionally female skills to start a home based business. We learn from their stories.
Working women in India often find their concerns about sexual harassment dismissed as trivial. Learn what is workplace harassment.
The well-known Rujuta Diwekar book, Women And The Weight Loss Tamasha goes beyond weight loss tips for women to focus on nutrition
The loss of desire can lead to relationship issues for many Indian women. Learn how to get your mojo back!
As they climb the corporate ladder, women at work find that being the female boss invariably leads to gender stereotyping.
Interested in teaching your kids social awareness? Some parenting tips for Indian moms to raise a socially conscious child.
Postpartum depression is quite common in Indian women; but awareness and support for new mothers is still very low.
While mentoring programs in India are growing, you need to learn how to use a mentor's time effectively. Tips for working women in India.
Why do women need mentors? Read on to learn how you can reach career goals with the support of a mentor.
While divorce is becoming more common, divorced women in India still carry a stigma and face challenges at the workplace.
Interested in making a career change? Here is a 10-step plan for women at work seeking a career change.
Working mothers in India grapple with work-life balance on jobs that need travel: stories from working women
Want to return to work after a career break for motherhood? Stay updated and plan your return to work while you’re home.
Women’s health is often neglected; learn about heart attacks in women and how it is a growing threat to many Indian women.
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