Millions of working parents have spent months largely trapped in their homes with their children. Many are trying to get their jobs done remotely...
In this series on parenting at the time of a pandemic, here is yet another reflection that makes us see a mother's deep communion with her child. We also see the world through the child's eyes...
In this series on parenting at the time of a pandemic, Priya Naik narrates her engagement with her two children, and reflects--with a critical insight- on the meaning of being a mother at a time when the discourse of 'new-age parenting' is filled with an 'egoistic celebration of children'.
A Lancet study highlights that COVID-19 causes mild disease in most children, while fatalities are rare.
A steady internet connection, decent availability of space and parental support make online education a welcome proposition for the children of the elite, but what about the others?
Thousands of Nigerian women are raped and abused inside the country’s ‘Baby Factory’ and their newborns are illegally sold for exorbitant prices in the international market.
Writing for children is an art that requires the adult mind to transcend the limitedness of imagination and enter the child’s innocent world. It is both an experiment and an art that requires much attention and a great deal of honesty.
Boredom is an emotional state, that is temporary. A bored person has unpleasant feelings, lacks interest in completing tasks and has problems paying attention.
Young people hold the hope for the future but what if they are indoctrinated with hate, doubt and suspicion? Can we become a healthy society, with a faculty upbringing?