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Thursday, February 25, 2021

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How this ‘physician-musician’ is trying to use the power of melody to heal patients
Wed, Feb 24, 2021

While trying to unleash the power of music therapy, this doctor is advocating for a fraternity of physician-musicians appointed by the National Medical Council to lay down an academic music therapy curriculum

Back to school: Parents and experts weigh in on creating safe offline learning for children  
Tue, Feb 23, 2021

While the thought of going back to school and having a physical reunion with friends and teachers is welcome, it becomes the primary responsibility of the school itself to create a safe environment for students, and to alleviate the fear of parents.

One year of pandemic: A hopeful Capital waits to be resuscitated
Thu, Feb 18, 2021

The national capital has been braving the pandemic, even as residents take hesitant steps towards normalcy

Rohit has been extremely supportive from the day I conceived: Anita Hassanandani
Fri, Feb 05, 2021

In a recent interaction, the actor talked about her journey thus far, pregnancy cravings, and whether she has mastered the art of changing diapers fast.

Author Ashish Bagrecha’s journey of self-healing through letters addressed to strangers
Thu, Feb 04, 2021

The Surat-based author was dealing with depression, anxiety and panic attacks in 2018. He started writing 'dear stranger' notes on Instagram as part of his therapy, which later gave him the idea of the book

Natkhat: A short film that challenges the ‘boys will be boys’ attitude
Tue, Feb 02, 2021

The Vidya Balan-starrer -- currently playing at the Yellowstone International Film Festival -- shows a nurturing relationship between a mother and her son, narrated from the prism of gender violence

Prefer simple pieces to big brands when it comes to personal fashion: Sunny Leone
Fri, Jan 29, 2021

The actor says her fitness mantra right now is to not have the 'COVID bod'

‘He was a man of few words’: Namrata Gupta Khan says of father-in-law Ghulam Mustafa Khan
Thu, Jan 28, 2021

Namrata decodes the relevance of her debut book, and what it meant for her to marry into a musical family where her father-in-law became her good friend

National Tourism Day: For the travel-hungry Indian soul, Bollywood has always been an interlude
Sun, Jan 24, 2021

From Ashutosh Gowariker's 'Swades', to Imtiaz Ali's 'Highway', and more, Bollywood has always offered an interesting peek into the lanes of India

New year, new travels: How 2021 is reigniting wanderlust
Mon, Jan 18, 2021

From road trips to offbeat domestic destinations, find out how Indians are planning their trips this year

New Year resolutions versus pandemic: What has 2020 taught people about planning ahead?
Sat, Jan 02, 2021

'Believed in resolutions until the pandemic hit'

Suresh is a fun parent, whereas I am the stricter one: Priyanka Chaudhary Raina
Sun, Dec 27, 2020

'This year, Suresh has been very helpful and patient with me, Gracia and Rio.'

The Pandemic Dictionary: From Aarogya Setu to Zoom calls and all the new words in between
Sat, Dec 26, 2020

In a year where we find ourselves at a loss for words, we also relearn our ABCs

‘Dignified’, ‘decent’, ‘cultural’: How Indians are schooled on dress code
Sat, Dec 26, 2020

That some Indian institutions enjoy schooling people is not unknown. It becomes problematic and dangerous, to some extent, when a diktat on clothing gives someone the leeway to make personal comments

Combined power of social media and fashion is limitless: ‘Fashion activist’ Aishwarya Sharma
Fri, Dec 04, 2020

"It is unfortunate that fashion bloggers in India are considered frivolous; fashion really lifts people and their sense of understanding and awareness," she says

This children’s author is talking about revenues and profits to create junior entrepreneurs
Mon, Nov 30, 2020

'Entrepreneurship and startups have become a mainstream conversation today, which wasn’t the case a decade ago in India,' the author said.

Keeping up with pandemic fashion: Here’s how these women are staying committed to their wardrobe while at home
Sun, Nov 29, 2020

From getting inspired by their mothers' wardrobe, to choosing sustainability and comfort -- these millennials have upgraded their closets, and how!

Travelling in the ‘new normal’: How pandemic has changed the rules of the game
Sat, Nov 21, 2020

In India, a large chunk of the onus falls on travel companies with which people make bookings, to tailor a safe and pleasurable experience for travellers

‘Tinkle’ creator Subba Rao gets nostalgic on magazine’s 40th birthday, recalls famous characters and stories
Sun, Nov 15, 2020

Kalia the Crow was the brainchild of Luis Fernandes. "We had our editorial office in Wodehouse Road in Colaba, in a 100-year-old mansion. A crow used to visit us every afternoon around lunchtime. It would remind us to put our pens down and take a break," Rao shared.

‘It’s important to engage with young minds at this time’: NCPA presents 5-day workshop for kids, young adults
Tue, Nov 10, 2020

Self-confidence cannot be built in an environment of shame. Our workshops and courses are about supportive learning, says award-winning theatre director Bruce Guthrie

No Small Plan: Amid pandemic, Australian consumer brand Thankyou is looking to tackle global poverty
Mon, Nov 02, 2020

'I think sometimes companies feel like they can't do enough, but even the smallest step forward followed by another one, will lead to great change over time.'

US Presidential election 2020: Has politics revolutionised fashion for the Black community?
Tue, Nov 03, 2020

'Some people are comfortable with their bigotry. So, as long as they exist, so will I.'

In the pandemic, my fashion has become simpler: Aparshakti Khurana
Mon, Oct 26, 2020

After the recently-concluded Lakme Fashion Week, the actor chatted with indianexpress.com on all things fashion, his lockdown experience, his music, the evolution of his wardrobe, among other things

Race, colourism, bullying: What parents feel about touching upon taboo topics with their kids
Thu, Oct 22, 2020

'Not talking to children about pressing social issues would be the biggest parenting mistake.'

Feng shui makes us more aware of our surroundings, says designer Thierry Chow
Tue, Oct 20, 2020

The Hong Kong-based designer on how feng shui can be used to bring a sense of normalcy in these perilous times, her own journey starting out, and what she thinks entails good feng shui practices

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