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Going beyond a pinch or a poke

Fathers who ill treat or abuse their wives in front of children, tend to pass on that same violent behaviour to their sons.

Published on 28th February 2017
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Coping with change

There is nothing as constant as change. Here is how you learn to cope with it

Published on 25th February 2017
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Meet the real Mr Delhi Belly!

Eshan Hilal, who is among the few male belly dancers around, talks about the art of movement

Published on 27th February 2017
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Can you believe that Mr Funny bones was heckled for bad jokes?

Comedian Naveen Richard narrates the funny tale that is his life 

Published on 27th February 2017
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'There were times when I wanted to be Tendulkar or Paes', says Bengaluru FC star

Sunil Chettri opens up about his army upbringing, his female fanbase, marriage and of course, football

Published on 27th February 2017
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From jealous girlfriends to burning rubber, here's what the life of Chennai racer Arun Muthukrishnan is like

Arun Muthukrishnan is one of those guys who decided pretty early on that he's never going to work in an office. His life was always going to be closer to the asphalt than most other people

Published on 23rd February 2017

The great Indian English expressions

We take a peek into the common expressions that we Indians use in our daily lives

Published on 28th February 2017
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This 27-year-old Accountant from Chennai is connecting underprivileged kids with college students to get mentorship

Sathya Kumar, a chartered accountant talks about his campaign Educate the Heart that focusses on getting college students to help underprivileged kids by being their mentors

Published on 24th February 2017
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This Chennai based photographer is giving couples something to remember forever

Aaron Obed's pictures are candid, full of life and out of the box

Published on 27th February 2017
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It feels good to see people look up to me, says world's oldest Harlequin survivor Nusrit Shaheen

Nusrit Shaheen, the world's oldest person living with Harlequin ichtyosis, a condition which makes her skin look scaly, has so much positivity that it is absolutely infectious

Published on 23rd February 2017
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Meet the young woman who is bringing Kerala's teen mothers and child labourers back to school

For hundreds of dropouts in Kerala who believe that getting an education is not a priority, activist Dhanya Raman provides a way to get back to school, land a job and beat a lifetime of poverty

Published on 26th February 2017
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A illustrated manual on classical Indian dances

Artist Parwati Dutta tells us about her first graphic novel and her experience writing it 

Published on 24th February 2017
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Going into the spooky releams of Rusty

Inspiration could strike a musician anywhere — in the loo, while riding a bike (read Honda Activa, which “is not even a bike. It’s a scooter which beeps, cries and gurgles while carrying me everywhere

Published on 24th February 2017
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Chennai's Abirambika Ravivarman is teaching toddlers the importance of 'sustainable' relationships

Abirambika Ravivarman talks about her venture, Green Minds, that helps children understand the sustainability of life using fun activities as a teaching aid

Published on 24th February 2017
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No more Indo-Pak flak: Aanchal Malhotra has a museum full of Partition-era artefacts that she's showcasing on Instagram

Oral historian and artist Aanchal Malhotra's university project morphed into an Instagram account where she posts pictures of objects that survived the India-Pak partition

Published on 24th February 2017

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