A Victim Reveals What Clinical Depression Is Really Like

With clinical depression becoming a regular occurrence, especially amongst the younger population, we need to understand this malady before fighting it. Twisted games such as the Blue Whale Challenge prey on people with low self-esteem and we should recognise it to help those around us. X, a young woman afflicted with Clinical Depression shares her experiences and outlook here. What is Clinical Depression?  It’s a state of mind and body reacting out of your natural

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It’s Time To Treat Your Appetite To An Onam Special!

It’s Onam and that means one thing for many of us – Great food! So if you’re in the mood for a taste of Kerala’s finest in Mumbai, then read on! 1 . Taste of Kerala Where: Fort If you’re looking for authentic cuisine from God’s Own Country, then look no further. This place may be small, but it serves a mighty meal! They serve you your Onam meal via an authentic array of ovre 30 dishes

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A Testing 24 Hours For Maximum City

With the rains in Mumbai unprecedented since 2005 in it’s ferocity, the city braces itself for another testing 48 hours. Since Mumbai struggled in waist-deep water yesterday, pummelled by what weathermen believe could be the worst rain since July 2005. People were urged to stay home unless it was ‘absolutely necessary’ to venture out. The city received NINE times more rain than the average yesterday, submerging most of the city in a scene out of an apocalyptic

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#AintNoCinderella – Stop Blaming The Victim!

#AintNoCinderella – Stop Blaming The Victim! After a BJP Leader’s questioned the motive behind Women being out late at night, Indian women have come out with full force on Social Media posting selfies of themselves out at midnight with the hashtag #AintNoCinderella. Varnika Kundu, was harassed and stalked by two men while driving home around 12:30 PM in Chandigarh on Saturday. Thankfully for her, the police apprehended her tormentors, identified as Vikas Barala, son of Haryana

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Pet Parenting 101 : Take Care Of Your Pets During Monsoons

Pet Parenting 101 : Take Care Of Your Pets During Monsoons Written by Dr. Arundhati Nair (Veterinarian) In association with PAL (Pet Owners and Animal Lovers) And special thanks to Aditi Nair 1) Is there any special care required for your dogs during monsoons? It is best to walk your pets during the drier or sunny parts of the day. Avoid walking them when it is raining. If you have to walk them during the

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The Ideas Behind Thane’s Best Pre Schools

Healthy minds need a strong start. Choosing a pre school for your children is never easy, especially as all schools of thought differ on their philosophy and methodology. To make it slightly easier for you Thane Folks, we’ve listed down four different types of pre schools available in the locality and their ideas on educating young minds. Rainbow Preschool Go informal! Dubbed ‘PlayWay’, children are placed in more social and natural, healthy activities. Teaching young minds

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Ways To Stop Procrastinating & Achieve Results

Entrepreneurs and small business owners have one thing always mulling in the back of their mind. The completion of tasks that are boring, monotonous or utterly tedious. Here’s how you get rid of them : Break Them Down Crack those mammoth dull tasks with a thousand tiny hammers. Divide up your toughest tasks into smaller and easier deliverables and knock them off the to-do list. The size of the task ahead occasionally play an adverse

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NO ‘TRUCK’ING WAY!!

Bandra has often set the path ahead and it’s embracing the food truck culture to the hilt! Mumbai’s First Food Truck Park opened on July 14th in Bandra West behind the famed Candies. From Burgers to Chinese, Ice Cream to Tacos, we’re now used to seeing all kinds of food trucks dotting our streets. Quick on the go and relatively economic, food trucks are increasingly slotting in to our daily lives. The Mumbai Food Truck

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Game Of Thrones – A Show More Contemporary Than We Realise

To understand the sweeping phenomena that is Game Of Thrones, one must acknowledge that Society and Entertainment mirror each other extensively. We all live in a modern Westeros, whether we like it or not. You often hear of movies and shows being ‘ahead of their times’ later becoming cult classics whispered with reverence. Scarface was one, Blade Runner another. Step over to Indian Cinema for example. During the 60’s and early 70’s, Rajesh Khanna ruled the

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When Toys and Love Mix!

While Technology will undoubtedly play a huge role in our children’s lives, it should be noted that there are drawbacks. Kids with more interest in their phones, tablets and electronic toys will remain stuck in them, leading to early consumerist behaviour. The constant need to be entertained and imagination being provided for them, and not by them, will be eventually detrimental to their future. It wouldn’t hurt to go a little old-school. Let your child

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