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Mar 15, 2018
9 Months Episode 1 Part 1 | Bringing your baby home: Checklist for new parentsYour newborn baby’s homecoming from the hospital is a major event. Watch Episode 1 of 9 Months, where we talk to pediatricians to make this first journey hassle-free for you.
Mar 14, 2018
9 Months returns with season 2: Navigating new parenthood? Here's your one-stop guideIn season 2, 9 Months aims to tackle a whole different set of questions, with Meghna Pant as the show’s host and a new mother herself. From caring for your little one in the crucial first year, to understanding baby behaviour and coping as new parents, you’ll get all the help you need!
Feb 03, 2018
Out and Proud: Meet Aruna Desai, mother and ally who helps young LGBTQ people to come out to their familiesAruna Desai's stubborn optimism and drive has made her a go-to person for young members of the LGBTQI community, when they need assistance or want to come out to their parents | FirstCulture
Jan 16, 2018
Raising a Muslim child in India: A recently published book presents an unsettling narrativeNazia Erum interviewed 145 Muslim families — parents and children — in 12 cities across India. Their stories presented a deeply discomfiting picture | #FirstCulture
Nov 14, 2017
AppyStore is an educational app that helps young children learn in a fun, controlled and gamified environmentThe application has been made after consulting with experts and considers development milestones in four areas
Aug 26, 2017
Toxic parenting: Beating up your child in the name of 'discipline' is not okayHey parents, how about using the old art of conversation instead?
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 05, 2017
An 'official' family: Laws of parenthood in IndiaSo what does parenthood entail in the eyes of the law?
Dec 06, 2016
Dear Zindagi and the call to end mandatory maata-pitaa worship: Bravo, Kaira and Gauri ShindeIf the notoriously snail-like, risk-averse Hindi film industry can evolve to a point where it has stuck its neck out in our parent-adoring society to produce a Dear Zindagi, it is time to initiate a widespread public conversation about troubling questions relating to parenthood
Jun 25, 2016
Let's face it, in India film certification seems to have no impact on the groundThe film certification, a blip on the screen before a movie starts, is a blind spot for much of India’s population