KIDS

  • Trump cards, VCRs, book cricket and Boomer: 25 posters that will make you drown in nostalgia 6 days ago

    Today, we live in the age of smart phones, Instagram, Twitter etc. But remember that time when things like these were almost non existent? When Triple-H having a higher rank mattered more to you than the number of likes on a photo. When the thing that you wanted the most...
  • Every Hindu woman should have five children, says West Bengal BJP leader Shyamal Goswami January 13, 2015

    Birbhum (West Bengal): Shyamal Goswami, a BJP leader from Birbhum in West Bengal, has made a controversial statement saying that every Hindu woman should have five children. Goswami said, "Every Hindu woman should have five children, otherwise Hindus will become extinct in this country." Goswami is sure to face flak not only...
  • Andhra Pradesh: School of Wonder Kids secures place in India Book of Records January 7, 2015

    Visakhapatnam: The School of Wonder Kids has secured a place in the India Book of Records after its senior kindergarten kids did 100 mathematical calculations in a matter of 10.2 minutes during a test conducted on Wednesday. Nearly 30 kids of the school participated in the event held in the presence...
  • Broon F8: An Android-powered electric 'supercar' for kids under five January 4, 2015

    London: A South Korean company has designed an Android-equipped 'supercar' which can compete with Ferraris and Lamborghinis! The special car can be an ultimate toy for kids aged under five as it can reach a top speed of 14 km per hour! Broon F8, developed by a South Korean company, is an...
  • It's a boy for singer Alicia Keys December 29, 2014

    New York: Singer Alicia Keys has given birth to her second baby boy, Genesis Ali Dean, with husband Swizz Beatz. Keys, 33, and Beatz, whose real name is Kasseem Dean, welcomed baby Genesis last weekend, reported the New York Daily News. "The joy of joy is joy!!" she captioned a...
  • Jolie's 'Unbroken' sprints to front of Christmas Day box office December 28, 2014

    Los Angeles: Director Angelina Jolie's World War II drama 'Unbroken' finished first at the Christmas Day box office in its debut and edged out another new film for the holiday season, modern fairy tale musical 'Into The Woods,' tracking firm Rentrak said on Friday. 'Unbroken,' the real-life story of Olympic runner...
  • I don't want to have more kids at the moment: Angelina Jolie December 12, 2014

    Los Angeles: Actress-producer Angelina Jolie does not plan to have more children as of now but she is not ruling out the idea of becoming mother again. The 39-year-old actress is already the mother of six kids with husband Brad Pitt, reported E! Online. "Not at the moment, no. Something could...
  • Disney launches education apps for kids aged 3 to 8 December 5, 2014

    New York: Mickey is getting into math - and science, art, reading and even teaching social skills. The Walt Disney Co. is launching a new line of learning tools designed to help parents encourage kids 3 to 8 to learn outside of school. Disney Imagicademy begins with a series of mobile...
  • Audio cassettes, TaleSpin, Big Babol, and Tazos: 32 nostalgic '90s things that will take you back to your childhood November 13, 2014

    Waking up to watch TaleSpin and Duck Tales on a Sunday morning followed by Chandrakanta and BQC... those were the days. Weekends were all about putting your white PT shoes out in the sun to dry, completing math homework and long hours of gully cricket. Every time a new academic...
  • At 5'7", five-year-old Karan is a celebrity in Meerut November 11, 2014

    Meerut: Standing tall at 5'7", five-year-old Karan is a celebrity to everyone in his hometown Meerut. His incredible height sets him apart, not just in his class and neighborhood, but all over the world. In 2008, Karan entered the Guinness Book of World Records for being the tallest and heaviest...
  • US: McDonald's recalls Happy Meal toy for choking risk November 11, 2014

    Washington: McDonald's is recalling a Hello Kitty-themed whistle given to children in Happy Meals, citing a chance they could choke on some of its parts. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Monday that two children have reportedly coughed out pieces of the whistle that they had sucked into...
  • A new app that helps kids handle emergencies November 9, 2014

    New York: A new app called Monster Guard is out to teach children, through fun and games, how to handle emergencies. Created by the American Red Cross, the Monster Guard app is meant for children aged between 7 and 11. From fires to tornadoes, flooding, earthquakes and tsunamis, it teaches children how...
  • It's a boy for Kelly Rowland and Tim Witherspoon November 6, 2014

    Los Angeles: Singer Kelly Rowland and her husband Tim Witherspoon have welcomed their first child - a baby boy. The couple has named him Titan Jewell Witherspoon. Rowland gave birth to her first child on Tuesday, her representative confirmed to people.com "We are thrilled to announce that today we are the proud...
  • I haven't picked names yet: Zoe Saldana on unborn kids October 19, 2014

    London: Zoe Saldana wants to give her unborn twins "hippie" names. The 36-year-old actress, who will reportedly welcome two boys in eight weeks time with her artist husband Marco Perego, said her pregnancy is "not so fun everyday" but she is excited to become a mother, reported Contactmusic. Asked if they've...
  • Hyderabad: 11-year-old boy succumbs to burn injuries after being doused with kerosene October 9, 2014

    Hyderabad: An 11 year old boy, who was set on fire by in Hyderabad's Mehdipatnam Garrison, succumbed to his injuries on Thursday. The Army has also issued a statement saying that allegations of involvement of soldiers are completely baseless. "The boy was found burnt after being doused with kerosene in...
  • Does excessive smartphone use by your kid keep you worried? Here's an app for you October 5, 2014

    New York: Does excessive smartphone use by your kid keep you worried? Now a new app allows parents to keep track of everything that their children do with their phones. Called TeenSafe, the web-based service co-founded by an Indian-origin entrepreneur, Ameeta Jain, allows parents to gain access to all incoming, outgoing...
  • A new app that teaches preschoolers basic computer coding October 1, 2014

    Cambridge: This computer programming app is so easy to use that even a kindergartener can do it. Researchers in Massachusetts have created a basic computer coding app that they say is the first designed specifically for children as young as 5. Kids who haven't yet learned to read can use the...
  • Microsoft, Kuddle to launch a child-friendly tablet on December 1; to be priced under $100 September 29, 2014

    Oslo: Kuddle, a Norwegian picture sharing app designed for children, plans to launch a child safe tablet with Microsoft on December 1, and expects to sign funding deals with several venture capital firms within weeks, its chief executive said on Monday. The Oslo-based company said it was on track to reach...
  • SC pulls up state governments for slack approach in tracing missing kids September 24, 2014

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court has pulled up all state governments for their slack approach towards tracing missing children. The court has asked state governments to submit a fresh affidavit on October 10. The apex court wants to know how many FIRs have been registered by police forces on missing...
  • New programme helps shy kids learn September 23, 2014

    New York: Researchers have developed a new programme that helps shy kids to become more engaged in their class work and improve their math and critical thinking skills. The programme helps teachers modify their interactions with students based on an individual's temperament, said researchers at New York University's Steinhardt School of...
  • Strict parenting may lead to low self-esteem in kids September 23, 2014

    Washington: Are you a strict parent? Your child may be at risk of depression! Less supportive and punitive parenting techniques may lead to the development of low self-esteem and school adjustment difficulties in children and leave them vulnerable to depression and problem behaviours, according to a new study. "Our research shows...
  • Customised Android tablets make way to India at Rs 5,000 onwards September 21, 2014

    New Delhi: Challenging the onesizefitsall approach of leading electronics manufacturers, a homegrown company has brought in a new concept of customised tablets for specific segments like children, women, seniors, professionals and gamers with prices starting at under Rs 5,000. Besides being customised at the hardware and software levels, these tablets ...
  • HC slams Delhi government on its policy for giving uniforms to EWS kids September 18, 2014

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Thursday slammed the "insensitive" city government for its "wonky policy" with regard to providing uniforms to children of economically weaker sections studying in private schools, saying it will create a "class divide" among children as well as "change their moral fabric". "Your policies are...
  • Metis launches Intelpowered Eddy tablet for kids at Rs 9,999 September 17, 2014

    New Delhi: Metis Learning has partnered with chip maker Intel to launch an educational tablet 'Eddy', aimed at children aged from 210 years. The tablet, priced at Rs 9,999 will be available exclusively on eCommerce firm Amazon's India website for about a month, after which it will be available across...
  • Street kids want to meet Narendra Modi, Badhte Kadam organisation helps September 7, 2014

    New Delhi: Children living in the streets of the national capital on Sunday sought an appointment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. "Members of Badhte Kadam on Sunday wrote a letter to our respected Prime Minister Narendra Modi, seeking time from him so that they can also share their side of the...
  • Violent video games may put kids at higher risk for depression August 19, 2014

    New York: Scientists have found significantly increased signs of depression among preteens with high daily exposure to violent video games. Researchers recorded significantly more depressive symptoms over the course of a year among fifthgraders from three US cities who reported playing highviolence video games for two or more hours a day,...
  • A new app that can help parents keep track of their kids at day care August 11, 2014

    London: Parents who send their kids to day care centres often worry about their wellbeing. They need not any more. A Finlandbased company has now developed an app that allows parents to be in constant touch with the care providers. Developed by While On The Move, the "Daisy" software of the company...
  • Young footballers from Bangalore travel to China July 12, 2014

    A group of young footballers from the slums of Bangalore will be travelling to Beijing to participate in the Great Wall Cup. ...
  • A new smartphone app that can help save lives of kids with heart conditions July 10, 2014

    Washington: A new smartphone app that monitors the heart's rhythm and rate is being trialled at a US hospital to help kids with cardiovascular conditions. The app works with the AliveCor device a smartphone cover with two metal plates on the back. The device can be used with the app to...