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Striking a balance between motherhood and entrepreneurship

Motherhood is a beautiful journey, one that brings with it many reasons to rejoice and celebrate the most beautiful bond in the world. However, being a mother comes with its own set of challenges like striving to provide the best to your child at every step.

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Voot, EROS Now part of UK’s first ever on-demand Asian TV apps pack by Virgin TV

Eros Now, the cutting-edge digital over-the-top (OTT) South Asian entertainment platform owned by Eros International Plc, a Global Indian Entertainment Company, today announced an integration deal with the world’s largest international TV and broadband company, Virgin Media.

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ZEE5 sponsors iconic singer Asha Bhosle’s global farewell tour and tribute to music maestro R.D. Burman, in the UK

Digital entertainment platform ZEE5 has announced its title sponsorship of the UK leg of iconic Bollywood singer, Asha Bhosle’s global farewell tour 'Live In Concert...One Last Time'.

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Get ready to laugh, cry and cringe!

Today, Netflix unveils the premiere date and the first images of Sex Education, a distinctively honest and witty look at the universally awkward coming-of-age experience.

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This October, Nickelodeon urges you to STAND UP! BE HEARD!

A study done by Punjab University’s department of psychology, stated that a staggering 77 percent of school children in India reported being a victim of online or offline bullying, compared to 50 percent in the UK and 65 percent in France.

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