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How to Talk to your Child about Sexual Abuse?

The very thought that someone can molest your child can be extremely terrifying for any parent. The fear, trauma, and pain that the child may have to experience at such a tender age are definitely a frightening thought to even consider. Just the experience of the thought is enough to freak out any parent who may never want to even think about it again. And of course, all of us would hope that something so terrible would never happen to our beloved child. But the reality can be a little different. According to data, every 1 girl in 4 girls...

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Bengali Cuisine Restaurants in Gurgaon

I was born and brought up in Calcutta aka Kolkata and hence I am a Bengali at heart. Gurgaon has been by abode for more than 15 years now but I am always on the lookout for good Bengali food. Here's a list of some restaurants and takeaway places that serve delicious Bengali cuisine. I have tried some and some have been recommended. Take your pick if you love 'Bangali Khabar' or want to try something new. BijoliGrill My Favourites:  Chicken Kabiraji, Fish Fry, Dimer Devil, Aloor Dum, Ilish Bhapa, Basanti Murgi, Luchi and Radhaballavi  Address: Shop # 143/156, Good Earth Mall,...

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Events In Gurgaon :12th-13th August

Janmashtami at Moglys Gurgaon Krishanji's Birthday has come! He is full of love and never fears. Come and celebrate Janamashtami the Mogly's way!  We will see Krishna's birth story, dance wearing a morpankh, eat some butter and have lots of fun! Cost-?850 Call or message to register:  Shweta: 9873343637(for Delhi), Ruchi: 9818558699 (for Gurgaon) (Call between 9am-6pm) Astronomical Summer Camping(Mega Meteor Shower) Sat, 12 Aug 2017 4:00PM – Sun, 13 Aug 2017 11:00AM Damdama Lake (Damdama Lake Gurgaon) Rs 2499 onwards The Perseid meteor shower, the most prolific meteor shower of the year, peaks on the night of August 12, 2017....

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Book Launch of ‘Born Wild’ by Swati Thiyagarajan

It was on a balmy October evening of 2003 that I first watched Born Wild on NDTV — a show that allowed you to get up close and personal with the people from across India working towards the conservation of endangered species. What was appealing was the engaging narrative spun together by two young reporters, Swati Thiyagarajan and Gargi Rawat. In this particular episode, I watched spellbound as Thiyagarajan accompanied the Irula tribe, which lives in the deep recesses of the Nilgiris, on a cobra tracking mission. Through the years, Born Wild presented several such memorable episodes, allowing you...

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