Aparna Piramal Raje
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Leafing through Uzbekistan: On the road with Aparna Piramal Raje

The author and public speaker recounts a recent trip with a difference – she travelled with a book club, reading about the country as they went.

‘Everywhere we went, we were welcomed with warmth as travellers from “Hindustan”. In Samarkand, we came across an Uzbek businessman who spoke fluent Hindi. On the train back to Tashkent, there was a talent contest based on Madhuri Dixit, with young Uzbeks dancing to Hindi songs,’ says Aparna Piramal Raje, seen above at a mosque in Bukhara.
Updated on Nov 24, 2023 10:09 PM IST

The building blocks of resilience in students

The recent suicides in Kota highlight the need to focus on students in high-pressure environments. Resilience building in students is key.

Children learn by mirroring their adult caregivers and these relationships help them learn to regulate stress hormone production during their early years(HT File Photo)
Published on Sep 09, 2023 09:53 PM IST

Talking to your kids is key in this online world

Collaborate with other parents to delay access to social media, and create a family tech agreement that balances children's voices with parental control.

Offline advice for online regulation in kids
Published on Jul 07, 2023 09:55 PM IST

A care ecosystem to end stigma around bipolarity

Mental health conditions need to be managed — not just by individual, but by their entire ecosystem, including caregivers, friends and allies, work colleagues, medical professionals, and anyone who loves and cares for us.

I believe there has never been a better time to pay attention to World Bipolar Day in India. (Shutterstock)
Updated on Mar 29, 2023 08:30 PM IST
ByAparna Piramal Raje

Chemical Khichdi:Read an excerpt from a new book on living with bipolar disorder

‘What does mania feel like? To me, (it) is a tornado. It is an illusion. It is misguided energy. It is imagination at its best—and worst. And it is visceral,’ says author Aparna Piramal Raje.

Raje’s new book is titled Chemical Khichdi: How I Hacked My Mental Health.
Updated on Jun 17, 2022 05:48 PM IST
ByAparna Piramal Raje

5 essential ‘E’s to help you ace hybrid meetings

Aparna Piramal Raje offers an essential guide to making hybrid meetings, workshops and classes more holistic, engaging and productive.

Try to engage as equally as possible with offline and online participants. And remember that audio quality is as important as video. (Shutterstock)
Updated on Mar 11, 2022 05:07 PM IST
ByAparna Piramal Raje

‘Mentorship for girls offers an alternative vision’

Given what faces young women of the country, how can a mentorship programme really help? It is imperative for young girls as well as the systems within which they operate

Students in a Hyderabad classroom talk to Ruth Sequeira, a top human resources professional who is one of the 15 women profiled in Varsha Adusumilli’s book, Wonder Girls (Wonder Girls Foundation Programme)
Updated on Sep 18, 2021 12:51 AM IST
ByAparna Piramal Raje

Finally, a book that talks about gender-neutral workplace

Aparna Jain’s new book, Own It, is essential reading for everyone serious about fostering a gender-neutral workplace.

In her book Own It: Leadership Lessons From Women Who Do, author Aparna Jain talks about some of the most contentious issues of gender equality in the workplace such as bullying, sexual harassment and the impact of motherhood on women’s career.(Sanjeev Verma/HT Photo)
Updated on Apr 02, 2016 02:07 PM IST
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