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Young and single: Why many women are not thinking marriage

Rather than seeing the unmarried single status as a rebellious or revolutionary act against marriage, experts term it as part of evolution.

Kabir Singh and toxic masculinity: Relationship experts say films and actors should ensure caution in portrayal

While many have lauded Shahid Kapoor's performance, others have questioned whether this kind of film should have been even thought of considering the "overbearing nature" of Kapoor's character and his tumultuous relationship with his love interest.

For these children from red light area, it was a unique Father’s Day

The project seeks to provide special learning experiences to children who are not able to access the best facilities that more affluent kids get.

Graduation Day is to celebrate students, not build ‘Indian’ pride

In these times, one should be grateful that (so far) we’re not receiving notices at home ordering us to cut a laddoo on our birthdays instead of cakes. Because that too is a Western-style celebration that could be questioned.

Dogs evolved ‘puppy eyes’ to better communicate with humans: Study

The study suggests that the inner eyebrow raising movement triggers a nurturing response in humans because it makes the dogs' eyes appear larger, more infant like and also resembles a movement humans produce when they are sad.

Fathers, the quiet caregivers who struggle with affection

Affection, like other cousins of love, has its own private language. Unlike the linguistic specificity  of love, whose mere admission serves as manifestation, sometimes, affection eludes such succinct expression.

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day: 29% feel burden of giving care to elderly, says survey

Findings of the survey on elderly abuse in different states and Union Territories of India were released ahead of the World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, which is on June 15, on Friday.

Wrong grammar reason enough for people to unfollow someone on social media: Survey

Be it for winning an argument or just to showcase one's superiority, and even privilege, pointing out grammatical errors in others' sentences and priding oneself for knowing their "loose" from "lose" has become commonplace.

Fleabag: The unbearable lightness of sisterhood

Rooted in debilitating relationships is the bond shared by Fleabag and Claire. But it is the dysfunctionality, often regarded as the fundamental and accepted tenet of sisterhood, that makes the relationship most functional.

How the deprivation of Ramadan helps care for the spirit

Prayer, and any deep reflection, really, unlocks us from our mind’s prison. It’s an incarnation of death, too — a fundamental reminder to seek greater purpose in our individual lives. Even if it’s just every Ramadan, it’s a start.

D-Day DNA: GI’s sons piece together lost WWII love story

Even as Europe, the United States and their allies mark 75 years since 160,000 Allied troops stormed a heavily-fortified 50-mile (80-kilometer) stretch of Nazi-occupied coastline in Normandy, the history of D-Day and its aftermath is still being written.

Why not let children choose their own names?

Many parents have begun to follow their children’s lead when it comes to gender and identity. Now some are allowing their children to choose their own name, or to change their name as soon as they have a real preference.