The First One January 16, 2018 Hi Sweetie, I write this while you are fast asleep and I have got some time to gather my thoughts around your questions and

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Amidst the dark and deep night Here comes the sunshine…. With those colours of sunrise You came in my life… And, how you changed me….. So far, The journey is

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10 things people have said to me (and really shouldn’t have): A humorous take on the daily frustrations of a first (or second, or third) time mom – Nayona Agarwal “Just 10?!”,

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Three angels in my life My daughter, mother and mother-in-law God’s best gifts to me!   One made me what I am One helped to empower myself And the little

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Another summer vacations have already arrived, wondering how to survive yet another couple of months of summer vacations with a bored child at home? Enjoying some quality one-on-one time with

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03/05/18

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Enrolling your little one in a preschool is only the first step in the long (and fun) journey of parenthood. Every child is different and settles in their own time

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12/01/18

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A couple of recent incidents of violence featuring young children have left parents, educators and caregivers extremely rattled. While we spoke about the video showing a mother slapping her three-

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08/12/17

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Getting back in touch with nature is the need of the hour. The knowledge of how important establishing a connection with Mother Nature is, is slowly dwindling. The connection with

Klay Editorial
08/11/17

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A recent study shows that daughters of nagging moms tend to be more successful. Surprised? So were we. The study was conducted by the University of Essex, led by researcher

Klay Editorial
10/10/17

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KLAY recommends: Phone-free Day! Have you noticed your little ones are a lot more restless and fidgety? Do your little ones have an adverse reaction to you being on the

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12/09/17

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7 Ways to Boost Your Little One’s Listening Skills “Hey! Are you listening to me?” Time and time again, every parent has found themselves talking to their little ones whose

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Parenting in modern times is a challenging task. It cannot be mastered like an academic or vocational course and has no quick-fix solutions. And it turns even more daunting, when

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09/09/17

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Remember the death of teenager Dagmara Przybysz, who hanged herself in a school toilet after being repeatedly bullied in school? Dagmara faced racist taunts.’ She kept on hearing nasty comments,

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08/09/17

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A recent study by prestigious medical journal Lancet, puts India third in obesity rates across the globe, just after USA and China. Worse, India has a contrasting picture of malnutrition

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29/08/17

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The importance of positive reinforcement while raising your little ones cannot be stressed enough. Positivity – in actions, words and advice – helps children develop a positive sense worth there


22/08/17

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A question that a lot of parents identify with – how do you choose your child’s first film? And once you have dealt with it and your child’s appetite and

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25/07/17

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We speak of women’s empowerment and emancipation, but do we care about new mothers who are forced to quit rewarding careers to rear a child? Being at stay-at-home mother does


21/07/17

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We speak of women’s empowerment and emancipation, but do we care about new mothers who are forced to quit rewarding careers to rear a child? Being at stay-at-home mother does


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Panel Discussion: Together, Apart – Uniting Efforts for Children in the New World Order

With children out of school, physical distancing as the new norm, and children’s rights under threat, the new world order has “turned back the clock” on years of progress made on children’s well-being. However, it’s not all bad. As a human race, we’ve been built to adapt: we’ve seen a tipping point in technology-enabled education and the promise of a new education policy in our country.

What can we, as influencers of change in the education space, do to create a better tomorrow for children? Join us for a panel discussion where we can come together to unite our efforts to secure the future of the nex-gen and create a better tomorrow for children.

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