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Ofcourse your child has his/her own dreams for the future; and as a parent you always want the best for your children. Right from the time they are swaddling in their blankets to blazing the race track on sports day, you always want your children to achieve the hopes and aspirations they might have played out in their head. You want them to be successful, be good citizens, be well-educated and carve a memorable career for themselves and ensure they accomplish everything they sought out toMORE
Nobody plans to get sick, but unfortunate incidents happen — even to healthy people. Medical emergencies can strike anytime and can put your finances under considerable stress. In such cases, planning in advance is the best thing to do.As per data released from National Health Profile (NHP) in 2017, only 27 per cent Indians have some sort of health coverage. Unfortunately, today healthcare has become increasingly unaffordable so much so that India has the highest rate of medical inflation inMORE
What do your children want to be when they grow up? Whether your child has showcased a mega interest towards becoming a doctor or alternatively, looking to etch a career as an architect, parents are always keen to find out where their child’s strengths and interests lie.
All parents hope that their child can get the best possible childhood along with a safe and secure future. As children grow up, so do their dreams. For instance, if your child initially harbored ambitions to become aMORE
Budgeting and taking expenses into perspective is a great idea to keep your spending habits under control. Tightening your purses, however, can invariably lead to a tricky situation wherein you're often left scratching your head trying to figure out which expenses require to be kept under check while considering which ones are worth investing in. In that regard, there are certain expenses which are best opted for when the time is right instead of procrastinating and pushing it to the futureMORE
The Kerala health department is on a high alert as the deadly Nipah virus has caused a public health scare. While little is known about the Nipah virus in India, it is spreading fast in the region and has a reported mortality rate of 70 percent. The first case of Nipah virus was reported in 1998 in Malaysia. It was primarily caused in pigs and transferred to humans. Nipah Virus is not an airborne transmission infection, and only affects those who come in direct contact with the infected bodyMORE