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.
'We are a patriarchal society. And thousands of years of societal thought is hard to change. It’s the mental attitude that needs to change,' she says on the occasion of International Day of Rural Women
Having candid discussions on what a child is reading or watching -- and what they think about certain themes and plot points -- can help a parent to understand what they are going through emotionally, say experts.
"In any country, let alone a country the size and complexity of India, not everyone and not even large sections of the population can be immunized in the short or medium term. This takes years, even decades," says Dr Naresh Trehan
At a time when activity-based learning for school-going kids has become the need of the hour, and has taken precedence over traditional learning methods, can institutions afford to lay off their music and art teachers?