Neha Hiranandani

Neha J Hiranandani is a Mumbai-based writer who holds degrees from Wellesley College and Harvard University.

Articles By Neha Hiranandani

Dengue, chikungunya crisis: #OneDelhi hashtag sounds good, but we need more than a fogging smokescreen

India’s healthcare system is currently in the ICU – the nation itself is in critical condition and it will take more than doctors to get us back on our feet.

The deafening silence of child abuse

Child abuse is largely preventable. But the burden of prevention has rested for too long on our children’s tiny shoulders.

It’s time Indian parents tried to fill the generation gap with their children

We are the first parents to be raising an entirely digital generation and there are no guide books, no maps and no ancient wisdom to rely on.

Tackling India’s stereotypes: Five things that broke the mould

For every truth about India, the opposite is also true. Here’s to defying the stereotype and breaking the mold.

Pressured by tuitions: Let our children fall in love with learning again

Let our children break away from the herd and pursue their passions and not just the ‘highest scoring’ subject.

With 36% of India depressed, we must end taboo around mental health

We can talk about dengue and swine flu but for some reason, we refuse to talk about depression.

Cellphone addiction: Seven things that we did differently in ‘BC’ times

What did we use to live and learn, how did we love and fight?

India’s skewed sex ratio: Women can’t be empowered if they aren’t born

Between abandoning infant girls in fields and not allowing them to be born at all, the new census data reveals that India’s gender ratio has hit a new low.

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