Globe Trotters Box is an activity box for children available in India on a subscription basis. It provides interesting learning activities for children aged 4 to 12 years on the theme, ‘countries of the world’. Each box contains starter materials aimed at learning the geography, art and culture of a specific country. Children make use of the box contents to create, solve or learn through an activity such that while working on the activity they also get to learn facts about the country.
With the recent World Political maneuvers, House of Cards season five was much awaited as the show intentionally or perhaps, intuitively shadows the real political situation in the US. Does it augur a beginning of another rift between the Underwoods? Does it throw a fortuity on Mrs. Underwood to swear the Presidential robe? Will it drag their feet from working together for the elections? Will the Underwoods win the election? What will happen to Frank’s warmongering appetite? These could be a few of the questions that might pop up instantly in the audiences’ mind #HOConZCafe #HouseofCards #HomecomingofTerror
Tata Motors is launching TATA Hexa, a SUV designed for a power-packed, feature-loaded and adrenaline-pumped driving experience – what Tata fondly calls as The Hexa Experience! For the benefit of travel enthusiasts, Tata is organizing Hexa Experience centres in major cities where a simulation of off-road tracks is set. Our good old pal, Indiblogger, gifted…
Fulltank is a car service provider, currently based in Bangalore and Coimbatore. The Fulltank app is helpful for customers who need assistance related to car service including emergency services.
Like music and books, fragrances too influence our mood and emotions. Theresa Molnar, Executive Director of the Sense of Smell Institute says that, “Scents can have positive effects on mood, stress reduction, sleep enhancement, self-confidence, and physical and cognitive performance.” Here are five practical ways to incorporate and experience the gift of fragrances in your living spaces.
I thank Full of Toys for giving me that clarity of what kind of learning tools a preschooler needs at this stage. Creativity, imagination, pretend play and fun were all that I had concentrated for him all along. This playdate experience has added reasoning ability, quick thinking, problem solving and analytical thinking to it. There’s much I learnt as a parent here.
Mountains scare me! Be it driving through the curved paths or climbing through the woods, I always hold my breathe until the ordeal is over. As a child, once our family had been to a trip to Mysore. As we started climbing the ghat roads, I remember praying to God at every hair-pin bend, to…
Jagwinder Singh was born without hands. today he is a state champion in cycling. Super Singh dreams to win the Asian Para-Cycling Championship 2017 for which he needs a customized bicycle. In order to help him raise funds, Migme has started a campaign through which its users, as well as the general public, can contribute towards his cycle to help him achieve his dream. Supporters can buy virtual gifts and send them to Super Singh’s profile. The funds accumulated through these gifts will be given to Super Singh so that he can buy his cycle, so please help Super Singh achieve his dreams, and donate today!
When I asked Vihaan what story he can think of with these sea animals, without a thought he replied, “Finding Dory.” Well, that’s the recent movie we’d watched and with full of sea characters in the movie, he could at once relate it to these characters. I had cut them and gave it to him without prompting with any of my ideas. The video you see below is an unedited version of a story he had come up with. It is incoherent, well to us, but he was creating a story to himself. I can tell him 100’s of stories but one little story, though incoherent and without meaning from him at this age seemed certainly precious.
A few years ago, developed countries like US and UK were sought-after for world-class medical treatments. However, the medical scenario in the last decade has seen remarkable changes that increasing number of patients from other countries travel across the globe to India to seek medical help. As a result, medical tourism in India has emerged as an independent health-care sector with promising growth rate. According to a report by confederation of Indian Industry, the number of medical tourists in India has surged from around 2 lakhs in 2005 to 32 lakhs in 2015.