Women & Children

Phenomenal Woman

  • Be Brave, Be AWARE!

    02/11/2016, Nithya Subramanian
    Human rights activist, championing women’s economic empowerment and empowering transgenders – each of these she-roes of ...
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  • Mother Teresa Of Calcutta

    10/10/2016, Shobha Tsering Bhalla
    If she wasn’t already the most well-known Indian icon, her canonisation last month has ensured she is firmly in pole pos...
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  • Adding Sparkle

    10/10/2016, Nithya Subramanian
    She came from India, settled in Singapore and has been honoured by Malaysian royalty. India-born Singaporean Ritu Aurora...
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  • Rebel With A Cause

    01/09/2016, Nithya Subramanian & Shobha Tsering Bhalla
    The first Asian Women Writers’ Festival, a landmark literary event conceptualised and organised by India Se Media, set u...
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  • An Accidental Restaurateur

    01/08/2016, Nithya Subramanian
    In a country where Indian food was basically defined by what was cooked in the southern part of the country, Moghul Maha...
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  • Looking Good, Feeling Better

    01/08/2016, Nithya Subramanian
    A visit to an aesthetic doctor is not about pampering your vanity, but about boosting your confidence.  Dr Komathy Rajar...
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Young World

  • Age Is But A Number In Music

    01/04/2015, Maya Tsering Bhalla
    If you were to close your eyes and listen to a track by the ATS Quintet, you wouldn’t for a moment imagine you weren’t l...
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  • Women Empowerment

    01/04/2015, Sidhant Singh
    “Promote gender equality and empower women,” This is one of the United Nations’ Millennium Development goals. Currently,...
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  • Bald is Brave

    17/03/2015, Maya Tsering Bhalla
    Pre-teen Rhea Shrivastava is inspiring not just other students in her Middle School at UWCSEA but even the adults in her...
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  • Testing Your Limits

    05/07/2016, Nithya Subramanian
    Just like the title of his book, Hitesh Ramchandani believes in being Better Than The Best. Despited daunting physical d...
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  • Essential Skills

    02/06/2015, Sidhant Singh
    American senator Conrad Burns rightly said: “Vocational education programmes have made a real difference in the lives of...
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  • That’s a Bright Idea

    30/04/2015, Sidhant Singh
    In our modern day lives we take energy for granted. We knowthatwhen we flick a switch the lights or fan will turn on or ...
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Youth Tube

  • Neon Lights Festival: Second Time’s A Charm

    31/12/2016, Maya Tsering Bhalla
    Neon Lights Festival returned for its second installment on the weekend of 25th November. In the course of a year, the t...
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  • Wows For Life

    31/12/2016, Nithya Subramanian
    Every young couple dreams of a fairytale wedding, with all the bells and roses, but it is very rare to come across one t...
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  • Life After I Almost Died

    02/11/2016, Sana T Vasi
    My parents told people that I had been in a car accident. It was a lie borne out of love, I know — a way to protect me f...
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  • On The Digital Highway

    10/10/2016, Nithya Subramanian
    Businesses need to evolve to cater to the ever-evolving digitally savvy customers. Sensing an opportunity in this enviro...
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  • Dance Of Joy

    01/09/2016, Raema Grover
    This summer vacation I did not go to a new country, to tour its cities or explore the place. I spent my holidays in my h...
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  • Ahoy-hoy

    01/04/2015, Staff Reporter
    In Singapore, as in most parts of the developing and developed world, Indians are as synonymous with the IT industry as ...
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