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“COVID 19 lockdown increased our hardships” - Voices from the women-led households of Mumbai
India

“COVID 19 lockdown increased our hardships” - Voices from the women-led households of Mumbai

Women informal workers, who are the only earning members of the family, are demanding immediate attention to their issues of unemployment and financial instability.

Keeping up with the Mehras: Lessons from Dil Dhadakne Do on what not to say to your family during lockdown
Entertainment

Keeping up with the Mehras: Lessons from Dil Dhadakne Do on what not to say to your family during lockdown

As Dil Dhadakne Do completes five years today on 5 June, some takeaways on how to deal with your family when you are stuck with them during lockdown.

Making films in times of social distancing: How the Coronavirus pandemic is bringing innovation to entertainment
Entertainment

Making films in times of social distancing: How the Coronavirus pandemic is bringing innovation to entertainment

With traditional production shut down, the fate of scripted television and film content is very much in a flux. But some creative minds are looking for solutions that circumvent lockdowns.

Rebuilding a home: A prolonged lockdown allowed my family to grieve what is lost, find solace in what remains
Lifestyle

Rebuilding a home: A prolonged lockdown allowed my family to grieve what is lost, find solace in what remains

A solemn coming-together for a few days to mark the death of a parent with whom I shared a troubled relationship metamorphosed into a month-long family visit, courtesy the nationwide lockdown. I realised that my mother, brother and I needed to be together and process our anger, pain, regret and grief collectively, as we held each other close. Previously, home was the last place I wanted to be; now, it is safe and we are carefully carving it so

Coronavirus Outbreak: Kareena Kapoor Khan, Saif Ali Khan endorse Network18's Disinfect to Protect campaign
Entertainment

Coronavirus Outbreak: Kareena Kapoor Khan, Saif Ali Khan endorse Network18's Disinfect to Protect campaign

Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan spoke about importance of disinfecting surfaces like door knobs, kitchen tops in a video message.

Family, the 'made at home' short film, is not only a social distancing PSA, but also a lesson in 'stay at home' filmmaking
Entertainment

Family, the 'made at home' short film, is not only a social distancing PSA, but also a lesson in 'stay at home' filmmaking

Family, the made-at-home short film, draws from a time-tested fundamental technique: Actors or performers who are collectively part of a scene do not physically need to be present in the actual filmed space.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Amitabh Bachchan, Rajinikanth, Mohanlal, Mammootty unite for short film on social distancing
Entertainment

Coronavirus Outbreak: Amitabh Bachchan, Rajinikanth, Mohanlal, Mammootty unite for short film on social distancing

Family talks about the importance of staying at home, maintaining hygiene and social distancing in the times of the coronavirus pandemic

Domestic silence amid nationwide protests an act of extreme privilege: Idea of the Indian family needs rewriting
India

Domestic silence amid nationwide protests an act of extreme privilege: Idea of the Indian family needs rewriting

Resistance is to be the proverbial thorn in your family’s back, the rebellious black sheep, the unsubmissive voice of reason and confrontation. It’s in actively disparaging age-old traditions to create newer, more equitable ones.

Goa Photo Festival chronicles the pathos in people's lives, their private spaces, and food practices
long-reads

Goa Photo Festival chronicles the pathos in people's lives, their private spaces, and food practices

The third edition of Goa International Photography Festival was held from 6 to 8 December in the village of Aldona (North Goa), known for its rich architectural heritage, which later inspired the overall theme of the festival — of working with 'living heritage'.

'Mayawati isn't married, doesn't know how to handle husband,' says Ramdas Athawale on BSP supremo's jibe at Narendra Modi for 'abandoning' wife
Politics

'Mayawati isn't married, doesn't know how to handle husband,' says Ramdas Athawale on BSP supremo's jibe at Narendra Modi for 'abandoning' wife

The president of the Republican Party of India, a member of the BJP-led NDA, also added that he respects Mayawati and she should refrain from making such statements

As Donald Trump administration misses Supreme Court deadline to return immigrant children, a handful of challenges lie ahead
World

As Donald Trump administration misses Supreme Court deadline to return immigrant children, a handful of challenges lie ahead

The Trump administration hit a court-ordered deadline Tuesday to return immigrant children under the age of 5 to their parents, forcing the government to roll back many of the family separations

Avicii’s family issues first statement after Swedish DJ’s death, thank everyone for 'support and loving words'
Entertainment

Avicii’s family issues first statement after Swedish DJ’s death, thank everyone for 'support and loving words'

The family of Avicii whose real name was Tim Bergling has now issued a statement after his death.

What are the most commonly asked questions by mothers?
9 Months

What are the most commonly asked questions by mothers?

Is massaging your little one important? This, and many more baby care questions answered by Avantika Bahuguna Kukreti.

9 Months Episode 5 Part 1 |Rid Yourself Of Guilt: Am I doing it right for my baby?
9 Months

9 Months Episode 5 Part 1 |Rid Yourself Of Guilt: Am I doing it right for my baby?

It takes a village to raise a child, but this village sometimes brings with it criticism and unnecessary judgment. Watch episode 4 of 9 Months, where Anu Menon and Dr. Deepali Ajinkya talk to Meghna Pant about overcoming the self-doubt that often comes with motherhood and parenting.

NFHS data shows over one in seven Indian women don't receive antenatal care, highlights need to sensitise men on women's healthcare
India

NFHS data shows over one in seven Indian women don't receive antenatal care, highlights need to sensitise men on women's healthcare

More than one in seven Indian women did not receive antenatal care during their last pregnancy according to the latest National Family Health Survey 2015-16 (NFHS-4) data.

Absolute liberty for Hadiya: Family, as an idea, must die as carrier of casteism, communalism, patriarchy
India

Absolute liberty for Hadiya: Family, as an idea, must die as carrier of casteism, communalism, patriarchy

Similar cases are regularly reported from across India where youths are killed by family members for marrying outside religion and caste.

Woman raped by father, brother and uncles in Uttar Pradesh for eloping with boyfriend; accused arrested
India

Woman raped by father, brother and uncles in Uttar Pradesh for eloping with boyfriend; accused arrested

A woman was allegedly raped in a village here by four members of her family, including her father and brother, for eloping with her boyfriend, police said.

9 Months Episode 6: How to get family, friends, colleagues involved in your journey
9 Months

9 Months Episode 6: How to get family, friends, colleagues involved in your journey

In this episode, author Meghna Pant speaks with Dr Gandhali Deorukhkar and Dr Niti Desai about necessary nutrition and exercise required, whether expectant mothers can travel, how to get your family, friends, colleagues to be supportive through this journey.