HindustanTimes Sat,20 Dec 2014


Young kids relying on porn for sex education

An increasing number of young children, before even hitting their teens, are now turning to porn to learn about sex, a new study has revealed.

Pet project

Workshop encourages children to read to dogs to overcome fear of reading aloud.

I, me, my Delhi

Author Anuja Chauhan introduces HT City to the dilli she loves...

Smitten to be bitten

Why do teenagers love Edward Cullen, the seductive and mysterious vampire?

Pirates of the campus

College hostels in Delhi are the worst offenders of film piracy.

Is your child’s pocket money slowdown-proof?

The generation next sure knows its mind and its wallet says the eighth edition of Cartoon Network’s survey on children’s lifestyle titled New Generations.

Depressed teens may have mental health problems later

Teenagers who suffer from minor depression are at a higher risk of suffering from mental health problems in their adult life, says a new study.

How to convince students to quit unattainable dreams

When it comes to convincing students that they are not qualified to achieve the career of their dreams, telling them that they lack the skills or the grades to realise their goals does not suffice, reveals a study.

Teens indulging in risky activities have a mature brain 

Teenagers who indulge in dangerous activities have a more mature brain as compared to their less adventurous peers, according to a new brain imaging study.

Rites of passage: college traditions

At KC College, the best hangout is the canteen, Kibosh corner, the marble steps and the corridor. The freshers are told to give an introductory speech and message for their seniors to bond with them.

Today’s kids are not playing enough, warns expert

Stressing on the importance of play among children, a leading international development psychologist has said that today’s kids are not playing enough, which could affect their mental development in adulthood.

Boys feel closer bonds to TV characters than parents

Young boys are forming closer ties with TV characters such as Bob the Builder than with their own parents, an expert has warned.

What’s the cool thing about your college?

In the new academic year, Delhi University’s Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) will exchange paper-and-pen with laptops. Mayank Austen Soofi discusses the USPs of our very own DU colleges.

All fired up

A bunch of inspired youngsters create an anthem to bring about change.. Nikhil Taneja reports.

21-year-old 'moot' is 'World's Most Influential Person'

A 21-year-old college student who goes by the name of 'moot' has scored a stunning victory over the likes of Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin and Sonia Gandhi to be named "World's Most Influential Person" by Time magazine.
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