Radhika Srivastava is an 19 year old writer from Varanasi, India. She believes that writing is the best medium for expression of opinion and views. Writing can make people aware and bring about change in the society. She is currently pursuing bachelor's in Psychology.
The colour stereotype of pink for girls and blue for boys has remained for decades. Is it time for us to do away with it?
A fun read and must watch, A Suitable Boy was written thirty years ago about something which happened in the 1950s-60s yet it is relatable and you feel connected to the characters' stories.
As India’s senior citizens become a larger group, here are some start-ups enabling seniors to live comfortable and productive lives.
People are spending more time than ever on the Internet now. People work, do errands, connect with loved ones and stay on top of the news on the Internet. Is there a limit where it can consume our life and become too much? Imagine you are at a buffet lunch at a restaurant. So many […]
Dress codes for Indian women in college often feel antiquated, designed as they are to enforce 'modesty' rather than allow for expression.
The great Indian middle class has abdicated its responsibilities to domestic workers, indicates a new survey.
Girls back from home from hostel and locked down with the family, are having to re-adjust to family routines and often, conservative norms of behaviour.
Taylor Swift has fought many battles - from being objectified as just a pretty face to being attacked on stage. Her journey inspires many young women.
The Rabindranath Tagore novels and stories both subtly and openly take on rigid social norms - often, through their fiery female protagonists.
More than a century ago, Florence Nightingale pioneered the professional nursing system; yet, even today, nurses in India do not receive the respect due to professionals.
Women and girls from under-privileged families are truly at risk because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Here's how you can help.
Yes, times are uncertain, and the monotony of staying at home is getting to us. Go ahead; give yourself a break with these interesting shows and movies.
These myths about bipolar disorder are common even today. Let's learn what bipolar disorder is, and how it can be treated.
Actor Manvi Gagroo shares her story of being asked to "compromise" - the casting couch clearly hasn't gone anywhere.
The closing of schools will affect especially girl child education in the poorest countries around the world, many of whom already struggle to go to school.
These easy Maggi recipes will come to your rescue, especially since we're all locked down and cooking can be a slog. Try them and thank us later!
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