let’s stop competing and start collaborating for equalityAugust 26, 2016
Women’s Equality is an issue that has given the public cause for much thought and deliberation. What this equality means exactly and how it can be attained are questions with a lot of varied answers. Kanchan Mittal, Co-Founder of Ipsaa writes about the answer that she believes is the right one. “Much of the narrative […]Read More!
Devour the DelightAugust 25, 2016
Janmashtami season is around the corner and it looks like Lord Krishna has already begun his search for butter. Amidst the joyful celebrations, the kids are usually on a lookout for mouth-watering dishes. To help you fulfill your toddler’s wishes, this season, we have listed down some finger-licking, buttery and easy to makerecipes that will […]Read More!
Let’s Take Responsibility This Renewable Energy DayAugust 20, 2016
Climate change may seem like a mystical and distant phenomenon, but the inescapable truth remains that we have caused it by our callous use of non-renewable fuels. Surely, the summers are slowly getting warmer and the winters shorter and less cold. We adults, as a generation, owe it to our children to equip them with […]Read More!
Meet The SHEROES: Kanchan Mittal Of IpsaaAugust 5, 2016
Kanchan Mittal, a Chartered Accountant with 22 years of progressive experience in management accounting and assurance services and co-founder of Ipsaa, speaks to SHEROES.in today: How did you zero in on this career choice? Did your educational qualifications help your foray into ‘mom-preneurship’? I am a “mom-preneur” working in the field of progressive education and […]Read More!
Six Ways To Make Vaccinations Less Painful For Your KidsJuly 28, 2016
Observed the world over on the 28th of July, World Hepatitis Day is usually preceded by a lot of compelling campaigns and advertisements urging parents to get their children vaccinated to prevent a Hepatitis infection. Coaxing the children to visit the doctor to get the shot however is a delicate task. The fear of needles […]Read More!
Go Green with a gardening project this monsoon!July 18, 2016
Monsoon is the season for nurturing, as nature is awash with beautiful fragrances and delectable flavours in the making. Maintaining a small vegetable garden is one of the best ways to help children imbibe the values of caring for others, besides sensitising them to the environment. Here are a few plants that can easily be […]Read More!
11th July: World Population DayJuly 11, 2016
When the world population was at the brink of touching 5 billion in 1989, the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme recommended that 11th July be observed as the World Population Day. The objective of commemorating World Population Day was to bring attention to the magnitude of the impact of the growing world […]Read More!
Five Flicks To Watch With Your FatherJune 20, 2016
Fathers always have wisdom and encouragement to share. They are our first coaches and playmates who are always up for some fun. This Fathers’ Day we bring to you a list of movies which exemplify the unique relationship between a father and his child. So grab some popcorn and watch these flicks with your dad! 1. […]Read More!
World Sewing Machine DayJune 13, 2016
Sewing machines used to be a quintessential part of every Indian home. Everyone has memories of their grandmother stitching beautiful frocks for the children of the house. All of us have a hand knit sweater tucked away in a corner of our cupboards, and we would all agree that it is indeed the warmest. 13 […]Read More!
Hack the Heat: Drinks to help you cool downMay 25, 2016
As the temperatures soar, it is very important to keep one self hydrated. We have put together a short list of easy to make summer drinks that will help you beat the heat. What’s more, they are the perfect recipes to help young chefs get started in their kitchen. So get those pitchers, glasses and […]Read More!