The entire world is trying to fight with the dreaded COVID-19 or Coronavirus. Due to this, people are observing months of lock downs and following precautions. You at your home must be worried and concerned about your children.
You are ready to do anything and can go up to any extent to ensure their happiness and safety. It’s quite natural for you to become worried about finding yourself in a helpless situation. The regular news of recent cases of Coronavirus outbreak makes you stressed out.
Mobile phones have dominated our world and made it impossible to escape the prison it has created for us. It has become a daunting feature in our everyday lives which revolves around it in more ways than possible.
Gluing yourself to your phone is what the generation of today considers to be trendy. Scrolling down the social media feed, posting way too much personal information, and keeping yourself updated with other people’s lives has become important to everyone. However, we seldom fail to realize how much of our productive times we are willing to lose just to be on our phones.
The word ‘introvert’ is often mistaken as passive or anti-social people who according to the misconception are neither interested in things nor can take part in activities or extracurricular activities.
At the outset, this notion needs to be totally removed from the minds of people. Unless this misconception is gone, people will not be able to understand or explore the hidden talents of introverts.
“Numbers have life; they are not just symbols on paper.” – Shakuntala Devi
Shakuntala Devi, a timeless mathematic genius, a name that is now familiar to us after Vidya Balan starred and Anu Menon directed latest Bollywood movie ‘Shakuntala Devi’ got released on Amazon Prime Video. When the dialogue uttered by the protagonist Shakuntala Devi confronts “Jab amazing ho sakti hu… Toh normal kyun banu?”, then it naturally raises a question in the audiences’ mind concerning the unique persona of amazing Shakuntala Devi in real life. Continue reading
Our honorable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi has mentioned that women constitute 50% of our nation’s population, and if they do not come out and work, then our country that is India will never grow at the pace we all envision or visualize it to grow.
Oh this quarantine!
The whole world is sailing on the same boat. The courtesy goes to the notorious villain that has earned popularity as COVID-19 aka Corona Virus. We have self- quarantined ourselves to stay safe from the Corona infection.
Ladies, are you dating someone right now? Do you feel that the man you are with is going be forever with you? Or, Are you regularly swiping on Tinder to get the soul partner?
Wake up, girl!
Dating sites are mushrooming like never before. Daily a new dating site is cropping upon internet. In the hi-tech world, dating has reached a new height as there are numerous Indian and international mobile apps, social media apps going overboard with proposals and invitations to join them.
Do you think that the guy whom you just said “Hello” is the special one? If so, then read below.
“Teenagers” are not aliens from another planet. It is the adolescence period swinging within the range of thirteen till nineteen, precisely. This is the most crucial period of the growing-up of your child.
At this stage, your child struggles for individuality and yet desires for peer acceptance; behaviors are often self-contradictory. A teenager sees the world through an imaginary colorful glass on their eyes where they often feel insecure yet invulnerable.
“The remarkable journey of courage and the determination that made this Indian woman, hailing from a small town in Haryana, a citizen of the Milky Way will remain a source of pride for all Bharatvasis and Bharatvanshis,” these were the touching words of the former President of India, APJ Abdul Kalam who paid his tribute to Kalpana Chawla.
Chawla, along with six other astronauts, lost their lives in the ill-fated Columbia Space Shuttle disaster in 2003. The entire world mourned her death. Sir Kalam added, “It will also inspire young Indians, especially women, to dream big and to work hard to realize their dreams.” Continue reading
Facial hair growth can be very annoying, especially for women. Excessive facial hair can ruin the tenderness of a female facial structure. Since centuries, women are trying various methods to remove facial hair from face and enhance their irresistible beauty.