Time for toy libraries

Go to any toy store and you can find the dominant presence of plastic in various hues and shapes. From dolls to building blocks, cricket bats for tiny tots to portable indoor slides, teething rings to bath toys, it is plastic all the way. It is almost

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Taking baby steps, literally!

Childbirth is a natural process, and normally all efforts are made to keep any intervention as close to nature as possible. Similarly, the agreed view among experts is that this principle should also hold true for parenting from the moment the child marks his or her presence

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Wood deserves a second innings

Living sustainably is not only about generating green energy, harvesting water, and segregating your waste. It means embracing a whole new lifestyle and a way of thinking that is markedly different from the ‘standard’ urban uncaring way of life. It means actively discerning what would be harmful

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Powered by the wind

In today’s world, at home or at the workplace, energy has become the basic source to power every one of our requirements — be it a light bulb, refrigerator, mixer, mobile or laptop. And with the climate change crises looming over our heads and being felt across

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Powered by the Sun

Icelandic avant-garde pop singer Bjork once said that the only way we are going to get to the other end of the 21st century is by collaborating with nature — by harnessing solar power and wind power. She couldn’t have been more right. As

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