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Jun 18, 2017
Bogged down by examination anxiety, parental pressures, Indian children have lost the ability to dreamParental pressure in India is among the worst in the world, with most seeking top performances for proud living room discussions. Students can't defy this pressure, and end up succumbing ahead of board examinations
Jun 16, 2017
China kindergarten blast: At least eight killed in explosion, 65 critically injuredEight people were killed and 65 injured on Thursday in an explosion at a kindergarten in eastern China that police have described as a "criminal" act
May 22, 2017
The quirky parent-child relationship with a Bollywood treatmentArray
May 15, 2017
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg calls for more family-friendly government policiesIn a Mother's Day Facebook post last year, Sandberg called for greater public and corporate support for single, working mothers.
May 14, 2017
New study claims 'only children' are creative but more likely to be self-centredKids who grow up without siblings may be more creative, but are likely to be self-centred, say scientists who found significant differences in the brain structures of 'only children'.
May 13, 2017
To Mom, With LoveThe story of How I Met My Mother: A #MothersDay Special
May 05, 2017
An 'official' family: Laws of parenthood in IndiaSo what does parenthood entail in the eyes of the law?
Apr 28, 2017
PayTM parent company One97 set to raise Rs 120 crore investment from SoftBankOne97 Communications, owner of electronics payments provider Paytm, is set to raise more than 120 billion rupees ($1.87 billion) from Japan's SoftBank Group
Apr 26, 2017
54 percent Indian parents have discovered that their child has visited inappropriate websites: McAfeeMcAfee has released a new report after conducting a global study to research about the behaviour, habits and attitude of families towards evolving technology.
Apr 05, 2017
Amazon will refund about $70 million to its users for unauthorised in-app purchasesAmazon has decided to refund up to $70 million to its users, a move that comes a year after the company was found guilty of illegally billing users for unauthorised in-app purchases.