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Women are very complex and multidimensional, and little do we take note of or give them their due credit. In its latest initiative, KEEKLI brings to you different colours of Women and how multifaceted they are. A take on life through their eyes !!! Dr Minakshi Rohilla has completed M.B.B.S. from Allahabad University, (U.P.), and  M.D. (Post Graduation) Obstetrics and...
Nandini Sood A new series on healthy living — KEEKLI brings you an introduction to Yoga and the right way of living. We should pace our lives according to our own individual needs and not by what others are following.      The upcoming series on Yoga will cover Pranayam, Asanas and Mudras with showcase of images and right postures by an ardent yogic...
Sonia Dogra Every once in a while, we hear stories of young children losing to life. While we do feel sad about it, If Only We Knew what to do about it… Vrinda was all of seventeen. She had put in a year of hard work and was ready to take her Class XII Board Examination. For a long time,...
Dr. Aarti Bakshi “Children are not things to be moulded, but people to be unfolded”- Jess Lair School life is full of growth and change. For change to happen, all stakeholders involved (students, teaching staff, parents and the management) need to be included and be accountable. The joy of learning is a continuous process, when students carry the mantle with ease....
Sonia  Dogra “Lock up your libraries if you like; but there is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mind.” --- Virginia Woolf March is the month of Women Rights, primarily marked by the celebration of International Women’s Day on the 8th of the month. While it is true that a single day is...
Urmimala Mukerjee Exam did not go according to your expectations? Feeling low and depressed? Here are some of the ways to handle and ease your set back. But before that, always remember, "IT IS NOT THE END OF THE WORLD." Listen to music…. Music is not only the soul of every emotion, it is a very good healer too. It draws you out...
Anita Pandey A social worker associated with Shimla based NGOs catering to the upliftment of local children from economically deprived backgrounds as well as those with special needs. A former college and senior secondary school lecturer in various colleges and schools of Himachal for over 15 years, she has worked in the capacity of a school counselor for five years....
Sharmila Adhikari I was reading this piece of writing by John Updike named ‘Should Wizard Hit Mommy’ where Jack herein was all efforts trying to appease his little daughter with stories which as insisted by his daughter was to be out of the ordinary. Jack was visited by ennui, doubts, confusion and so on to satisfy his daughter’s curiosity and...
Ritanjali Hastir “Laws and principles are not for the times when there is no temptation: they are for such moments as this, when body and soul rise in mutiny against their rigour... If at my convenience I might break them, what would be their worth?” The philosophy of the schoolroom in one generation will be the philosophy of government in...
Fuel conservation, biomass energy, ecosystem, pollution, biodegradable waste, among others were BIG words. Once, only used by ministries and government departments, in files and flyers, until the last two decades. But, suddenly the last decade saw them incessantly knocking the doors of our education system, entering our classrooms, stepping into our homes and thus touching our lives at every...