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A new take on adulting by Neharika Gupta

Adulting by Neharika Gupta, is a book about love. About loving your friends, loving your family, loving your career, loving yourself, and loving your...

Flexible work arrangements help women, but only if they are also...

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  Flexible workplace policies designed to improve gender gaps in employment and pay might actually make things worse for women. Flexible work has been on offer...

Indian art at Melb’s NGV Triennial 2020-21

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Siji Krishnan, Father’s portrait 2016 (watercolour on rice paper) 134.6 x 315.0 cm. National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
  The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) Triennial is an art exhibition organised every three years which displays works of contemporary artists and designers across...

How to engage with your child’s school

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parent teacher meeting
  After nearly a year of restrictions placed on parents, schools have finally re-opened. Parents can drop little ones off to Year 1, they can...

Women, what would you tell your school age self?

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Dr Michelle Ananda-Rajah twitter thread
  Ahead of International Women's Day on 8 March, Monash University's Dr Michelle Ananda-Rajah was asked to speak at a girl's school. The inspiring academic,...

Indian-American appointed Director of WH Military Office

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Maju Varghese
  US President Joe Biden has appointed Indian-American Maju Varghese, who was the Chief Operating Officer of his campaign, as his deputy assistant and Director...
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