Book Review Celebrating Dr. Seuss : Horton Hatches the Egg
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Book Review Celebrating Dr. Seuss : Horton Hatches the Eggfeatured

Starting the month of March, IMC comes together with EasyLib, to recommend books for children! Richa from EasyLib reviews a Dr.Suess book to celebrate his birthday! Story/ Pictures – Dr Seuss HarperCollins Children’s Books It’s our favourite Dr Seuss’ birthday on March 2nd, and what better way to celebrate it than reading out his classics Read more

My Favourite Dr. Seuss Book
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My Favourite Dr. Seuss Bookfeatured

It is Dr. Seuss’ birthday today. When I was growing up, I didn’t read any of Dr. Seuss books. It’s only after I become a mommy, I started collecting them for my daughter. I’ve read eight of his books to date and my favourite is “Horton Hears A Who!”. Horton being  a cute elephant is Read more

From behind IMC Marketplace as a Spectator
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From behind IMC Marketplace as a Spectatorfeatured

What happens when you put together two software engineers and a marketing person passionate about doing something for entreprenuers? You get IMC MarketPlace!! After months of coding, decoding, recoding and tons of testing and retesting, it’s been launched! While I was busy making a human baby, Preethi, Vidhya and Aarti literally put in their blood Read more

National Science Day – Books & Experiments
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National Science Day – Books & Experimentsfeatured

Today is National Science Day, to mark the discovery of the Raman effect by Indian physicist Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman on 28 February 1928. What is the Raman Effect? As wikipedia puts it, he discovered that, when light traverses a transparent material, some of the deflected light changes in wavelength. This phenomenon is now called Raman scattering and is the result of the Raman Read more

#thedress and the Mommy Wars
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#thedress and the Mommy Warsfeatured

I logged into twitter after a day’s break the other day , doing my usual thing for IMC’s twitter handle (@imomsconnect) when the #thedress started showing up everywhere. For those of you not yet caught up, follow this link. I was thinking that can’t be true, the damn dress is White and Gold, Are people Read more

Interview with Sanjeev Sanyal – Author of The Incredible History of India’s Geography
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Interview with Sanjeev Sanyal – Author of The Incredible History of India’s Geographyfeatured

We speak to Sanjeev Sanyal, the author of The Incredible History of India’s Geography. Sanjeev speaks to us about the research undertaken for the book as well as authors who have influenced his reading and writing habits. From Penguin Books: Currently the global strategist of one of the world’s largest banks, Sanjeev Sanyal divides his time Read more

Book Review : The Incredible History of India’s Geography by Sanjeev Sanyal with Sowmya Rajendran
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Book Review : The Incredible History of India’s Geography by Sanjeev Sanyal with Sowmya Rajendranfeatured

The Incredible History of India’s Geography by Sanjeev Sanyal with Sowmya Rajendran, published by Puffin, is one of those magical books which manages to convert historical facts and figures into an interesting read with almost a story like feel to it. The book explores the journey of the making of India from the ancient times Read more

Let’s Discuss – Dressing Up or Dressing Down?
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Let’s Discuss – Dressing Up or Dressing Down?featured

We, as a culture, seem to associate dressing up with being vacuous. A little bimboish. Worried about fashion and nothing upstairs. But what if you liked dressing up? Can you believe in Fashion and yet be considered smart?  What has been your experience dressing up and dressing down or somewhere in the middle? Featured Image: https://flic.kr/p/ncq4A2 Read more

Rani Celebrates Holi by Anita Badhwar
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Rani Celebrates Holi by Anita Badhwarfeatured

The author Anita Badhwar talks about why she decided to be a children’s book writer, her self published book series Little Princess Rani and the Palace Adventures, her latest book Rani Celebrates Holi and her plans for the next book. Listen in to our ‘Direct Dil Se’ with Anita Badhwar. Don’t miss the perfect giveaway Read more

Book Review – One and Only: The Freedom of Having an Only Child, and the Joy of Being One By Lauren Sandler
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Book Review – One and Only: The Freedom of Having an Only Child, and the Joy of Being One By Lauren Sandlerfeatured

This book comes as a boon to parents of “onlies”- men and women who have one kid and are keeping it that way due to medical reasons, financial reasons or have made a CHOICE due to reasons personal to them. I am the mother to an “only” girl and both of us are very happy. Read more

Interview with Founders of Kitki (Three Sticks – An Innovative Game)
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Interview with Founders of Kitki (Three Sticks – An Innovative Game)featured

Today we speak to Pramod Ponnaluri and Rohini Deepthi, both graduates of BITS-Pilani, who quit their jobs to start an experiential education firm called Kitki with the aim to transform learning into an enjoyable experience and to improve the state of education system in which rote learning took precedence over true learning. They are trying Read more

Get Inspired
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Get Inspiredfeatured

More than any other human relationship, overwhelmingly more, motherhood means being instantly interruptible, responsive, responsible. – Tillie olsen, writer Quote Source: Mom Candy by Pincott You May Also Like: Attachment Get Inspired Get Inspired Get Inspired

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