Being under lockdown can unleash all kinds of dessert cravings. So if you’ve been working from home, here are some easy-to-make recipes using just three ingredients.
It may not seem like it right now, but this pandemic will end one day. What happens next, though, is something none of us have ever imagined.
While we are in the midst of a global pandemic - facing numerous challenges every day, there has been a surge in domestic violence reported since the lockdown began. Click here to listen to: Lockdown Diaries 1 Click here to listen to: Lockdown Diaries 2 Click here to listen to: Lockdown Diaries 3 Click here to listen to: Lockdown Diaries 4 Get latest news! Join Yahoo India on Telegram!
Have any of you ever felt the need to hit the pause button? On today’s episode we will discuss suicide and what we can do to prevent it. Click here to listen to: Lockdown Diaries 1 Click here to listen to: Lockdown Diaries 2 Click here to listen to: Lockdown Diaries 3 Get latest news! Join Yahoo India on Telegram!
On today's episode, we have Ruchi Brahmachari, a child clinical psychologist to help us find some answers as we face parenting challenges. Click here to listen to: Lockdown Diaries 1 Click here to listen to: Lockdown Diaries 2 Get latest news! Join Yahoo India on Telegram!
The lockdown may leave most of us with more time in our hands now that regular entertainment options such as going out for movies, dinner, or visiting friends and relatives, are no longer possible. This is why the lockdown is also the perfect period to learn new skills and brush up on old ones.Let us take look at some skills, educational and otherwise, that you can learn online.
Staying indoors and social distancing have become the new way of life. So we whipped up a playlist of Bollywood songs that seem extra relatable at the moment.
A question that my five-year-old asks me regularly these days is when will the ‘coronavirus’ go away. While he is too small to understand the gravity of the situation that he and the rest of the world are in, for him, the virus symbolises a major curtailment of his otherwise hugely active life.He, like most children, has taken the lockdown with a certain amount of maturity – the tantrums that he would have thrown otherwise after playtime is over or the insistence on going down to play with his friends, are absent. Instead, he is busy making plans of all the things he wants to do once the virus ‘goes away’.If COVID-19 has been bad for us adults, it has been worse for the millions of children cooped up at home who have seen their school and play lives disrupted. This is more so for those of us who live in crowded cities and apartment blocks where the maximum exposure that children have to the world outside is from their balconies/windows.Hence, it is upon us adults to ensure that the lockdown period and all the changes that it has brought with it, is not traumatic for our children. While it is difficult to manage home, work and children, here are some ways in which you can ensure that your child comes out of this lockdown as less scarred as possible.
On Lockdown Diaries’ second episode- we have with us, Dr Ashlesha Bagadia, a psychiatrist and a family psychotherapist who will answer some of the questions we got. Click here to listen to: Lockdown Diaries 1 Get latest news! Join Yahoo India on Telegram!
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Mumbai-based photographer and drone pilot Shreepad Gaonkar didn’t step out of his home to shoot this stunning video.