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  • Grand memories of grandma never fade

    One evening while taking a stroll down the nearest park, I saw this child playing the Game of Statue with her grandmother. Every single minute the little one would shout ‘Statue’ and her grandmother would remain as static as possible for a few seconds until the girl would say ‘Release’. I’m not sure when they must have begun playing this, but while I was around the playtime was nothing less than 40

  • Children’s Day Special: Things TV stars cheers from childhood to now!

    Childhood is one of the best part of anyone’s life. We need not necessarily need big things to make us happy. Our happiness those days remained in small activities or daily chores. We not knowingly did things that made us happy and will always be cherished as now they are our habits. On the occasion of children’s day, celebrating the birthday of Jawaharlal Nehru here television stars share about their cherish childhood

  • SHOCKING: Akshay Kumar narrates molestation incident from his childhood

    Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar has always been very vocal about working towards the betterment of the society. Be it about hygiene and sanitation or women safety or military, Akshay Kumar is one such actor who is doing everything possible to spread awareness about various issues.

  • Indore: Childhood put at stake by Dewas Municipal Corporation

    Indore: The Dewas Municipal Corporation (DMC) has put the childhood of kids at stake. A public park situated at Malahr Smriti Mandir is being used for local people now-a-days. The park was developed for use of local children and various types of entertaining goods like slides, roller-coasters and others had been installed in this park. But, now all these items have been damaged due to negligence of the DMC officials.

  • Bhopal: Lives shattered before they bloomed

    BHOPAL: Girls from childhood are taught not to talk to strangers, stay away from unknown persons and be safe from them but nobody warns them to be safe from those who they know. No one tends to accept the fact that a person who is trusted and known to everyone, a teacher, a relative, an uncle or a cousin can sometimes be even more dangerous than a stranger. They also can touch

  • From refugee to military pilot: Af woman goes places

    Kabul : From a childhood as a refugee, Capt Safia Ferozi is now flying a transport plane for Afghanistan’s air force as the country’s second female pilot, a sign of the efforts to bring more women into the armed forces. Along the way, the 26-year-old Ferozi also married another pilot, who flies in the same unit supporting army ground forces.

  • Childhood bullying may lead to obesity

    London : Children who are bullied in primary and secondary school are nearly twice as likely to be overweight at the age of 18 than non-bullied children, finds a study, says IANS.

  • Adverse events may impact children’s health: Study

    New York : Household dysfunction or any adverse event in childhood may have a short-term affect on a child’s health and weight in early days as well, finds a study. The study suggested that children exposed to early adversity also have increased risk for asthma, infection, somatic complaints, and sleep disruption, says IANS.

  • Comics

    10 nostalgia comic list for every 90s kid!

    September 25th is celebrated as the national comic book day in the US. Though India doesn’t have any such day it has a huge collection of comic list that had entertained and made us wiser at the same time.

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    Seven percent of adults sexually abused in childhood in UK, new figures reveal

    London: One in every 14 adults in England and Wales was sexually abused as a child, according to the first research of its kind. According to a report in the London-based newspaper, The Nation, some 11 percent of women and three percent of men – an average of seven percent – said they were sexually assaulted during their childhood.

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