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How will today’s children learn to live in their own world when all they read about are heroes who have magical powers to fight evil forces?


2 Mar 2010 | BY Sandipan Deb

Even as weight-loss surgery turns fashionable, Dr Dhuper is trying to treat obesity before the need arises.


3 Feb 2010 | BY Pramila N. Phatarphekar

Khalid, the protagonist, after over a year of being thrown into an isolation cell at Guantanamo.


23 Dec 2009

Nominated for a children’s book prize, Anna Perera’s story of a Guantanamo inmate wrenches the heart with its stark realism.


23 Dec 2009 | BY Elizabeth Kuruvilla

As many as 96,942 children tested positive for Aids over the last three years in India.


17 Dec 2009 | BY Pallavi Polanki

An enterprising couple has come up with a way to make children more generous with the gifts they receive.


25 Nov 2009 | BY Rahul Bhatia

Santa Clauses in the US have a shadow on their cheer this season—swine flu.


25 Nov 2009 | BY Madhavankutty Pillai

How does a mediocre writer with recycled plotlines sell 600 million copies across the world?


4 Nov 2009 | BY Sandipan Deb

Q2L, a new school in the US, is changing the rules of the learning game.


30 Sep 2009 | BY David Lepeska

Anant Pai, the adoptive ‘Uncle’ of generations of Indian kids, is now 80. Pity we can’t find an adequate gift for the man who gave us so much joy?


23 Sep 2009 | BY Manju Sara Rajan
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