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In the heart of change

In the heart of change Numbing winds from the hills mess with her cropped, grey hair. She pauses beside a row of lemongrass, pulls off a When none arrived, she returned to the U.K., but friends handed her 500 pounds and sent her back with help from Foundation for

It doesn't get better than this: Poorna Jagannathan

It doesn't get better than this: Poorna Jagannathan than this: Poorna Jagannathan. Published: Saturday, Oct 6, 2012, 15:21 IST By L Romal M Singh | Area: Bangalore | Agency: DNA Your name intrigues many people in South India, though none of us know what the South Indian uniting is — care to

Lois Tilton reviews Short Fiction, mid-October

After you traded me in, they shipped me off to Bangalore and partial to me to a 2.7-million node network here. Bitter, biting . She takes it in, in defiance of the note, the warning of her sister the witch doctor, and the belated report that the late

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Startups shifting focus towards baby products for better value

An unsolicited piece of advice stood out from all the social media noise that Prachi Arora, 31, a freelance writer and young mother, waded through every day.

On a Facebook group, another woman looked at a photo Arora had posted of her daughter and unilaterally declared that she might be autistic. Such a pronouncement came as a bolt from blue. “I lost sleep over it,” she says. Rather than panicking, she logged on to BabyChakra, a 22-month-old online platform for baby products and services to hunt for a solution. “My SOS was to a BabyChakra mother, who has an autistic child and also works with various experts in spreading awareness,” she adds. “A conversation with her helped me restore my peace and I also found a special needs educator who categorically ruled out this diagnosis.”

The winds of change are blowing for Indian parents, long used to leaning on an established circle of parents, in-laws and pediatricians for unsolicited and much needed advice on child