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During this pandemic, take armchair adventures around the world with these awesome travel books 

Started to keep her own children entertained, BrownBoxToys now has launched a portal of their own. Founder Sonali Shankardass based out of Mumbai lets us in on all that it offers. We are excited!

Published on 28th December 2020
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Here's why December 11 is an important day for the children in India

On December 11, 1992, India signed the United Nations Conventions for Child Rights. We explain to you when UNCRC was adopted, who wrote it and how India went on to implement it
 

Published on 11th December 2020
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Rohini Nikekani's latest book is what you need to help your kids learn everything about the Moon

What's the science behind the Moon and the changes in its shape and size? Rohini Nilekani speaks tabout her new book, The Hungry Little Sky Monster, that answers this question

Published on 6th December 2020
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Children's Day 2020: How the pandemic has taken November 14 away from kids — and how they're coping  

With schools closed for almost a year, most of these kids haven't seen their friends and teachers for a long time. So how does it feel to celebrate Children's Day amid a pandemic?

Published on 13th November 2020
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How Hyderabad's Blood Warriors managed to pull off a blood drive during the pandemic

Thalassemia is an inherited blood disorder, wherein, patients have less oxygen-carrying protein. About 10,000 babies are born with it in India and most patients require frequent blood transfusions

Published on 7th October 2020
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Read 12 books in a year, win a Kindle. How this Hyderbad start-up is getting kids to read again

"From whatever I observed in all our participants, their incentive of reading more is not the Kindle, which is satisfying," says Krishna Kranthi Ganagalla. Let's find out what Wlaret is all about!

Published on 4th October 2020
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Tamil Nadu has the most number of children living in Child Care Institutions: NCPCR data

Karnataka has the second-highest with 38,659 children living in CCIs with Andhra Pradesh, Kerala following. The national capital has 3,753 children living in CCIs

Published on 27th September 2020
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The answer to violence: How abuse leaves an impact on young, impressionable minds

The Coach examines instances of domestic abuse, violence and the various impacts it can have on young, impressionable children. It is a two-part series, read on to find out what he has to say 

Published on 29th August 2020
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Researchers explain the reason why parents fret when kids stay at their grandparents' house

According to researchers, for some, clashes over parenting choices and enforcing parents' rules can cause major strife between a child's parents and grandparents

Published on 17th August 2020
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Young children more likely to explore choices than choose an immediate reward: Study

Researchers found that when adults and 4 to 5-year-old children were given choices, adults maximised their prizes while children continued to explore choices to see if values have changed

Published on 16th August 2020
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How Pearl Ganta is using her filmmaking to show us that every child matters 

Pearl Ganta is also the president of Rotary Club of Secunderabad Icons and under her leadership, about 300 trees have been planted. They have also adopted two government schools. This is her story 

Published on 6th August 2020
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Mathura shocker: Two children flogged for seeking a second helping of fruits

The incident occurred on Friday when the fruits were being distributed as 'prasad' at the function. The crime came to light only after a video clip went viral on the social media on Sunday

Published on 27th July 2020
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Study suggests how educators can improve children's cognitive abilities through art

Children's paintings also serve as crucial artefacts of their perceptions, as they contain the sum of what children see as "essential"

Published on 19th July 2020
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How Milton the rabbit and his friends are helping little ones through the COVID-19 crisis with this children's book

The story follows the rabbit Milton and his two friends, Amanda and Conrad, as they navigate the various challenges in their daily lives as a result of the pandemic

Published on 6th July 2020
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Children with narrow retinal artery diameter more likely to get cardiovascular disease

The first study to show this connection in children was published in Hypertension, an American Heart Association journal

Published on 5th July 2020

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