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Mothers in India believe technology has made parenting easier

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New Delhi: While eight in 10 mothers in India believe technology has made parenting easier, 70 per cent mothers claim to have used a smartphone for rearing their kids, according to a new survey.

 

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Smartphone is the most widely used device for parenting, but only 38 per cent would recommend it to their family or friends, said the study by YouGov, an Internet-based market research and data analytics firm.

Parenting apps, on the other hand, are one of the most used and recommended products of technology used for parenting by mothers in India, YouGov said on Saturday.

 

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The study showed that even though mothers in India rely heavily on their family and offline support groups for parenting advice, a higher number of young mothers are likely to consult online blogs for related information (50 per cent), compared to older moms (41 per cent).

 

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For the survey, YouGov interviewed mothers with children between less than 12 months till up to 18 years of age and then categorised then into two groups-young and old mothers.

 

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Those whose children were between less than 12 months to up to 3 years of age were categorised as young mothers. The researchers collected data from over 700 mothers.

Although technology plays an important role in the lives of these mothers, they fear certain aspects of it, the results showed.

 

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When it comes to the biggest fear of parenting in a digital age, more than three-quarters of mothers (76 per cent) consider protecting their child from online dangers such as cyber bullying a challenge, the study said.

 

  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news

    While eight in 10 mothers in India believe technology has made parenting easier, 70 per cent mothers claim to have used a smartphone for rearing their kids, according to a new survey.

  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news

    Smartphone is the most widely used device for parenting, but only 38 per cent would recommend it to their family or friends, said the study by YouGov, an Internet-based market research and data analytics firm.

  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news

    Parenting apps, on the other hand, are one of the most used and recommended products of technology used for parenting by mothers in India, YouGov said on Saturday.

  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news

    The study showed that even though mothers in India rely heavily on their family and offline support groups for parenting advice, a higher number of young mothers are likely to consult online blogs for related information (50 per cent), compared to older moms (41 per cent).

  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news

    For the survey, YouGov interviewed mothers with children between less than 12 months till up to 18 years of age and then categorised then into two groups-young and old mothers.

  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news

    Those whose children were between less than 12 months to up to 3 years of age were categorised as young mothers. The researchers collected data from over 700 mothers.

  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news

    Although technology plays an important role in the lives of these mothers, they fear certain aspects of it, the results showed.

  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news

    When it comes to the biggest fear of parenting in a digital age, more than three-quarters of mothers (76 per cent) consider protecting their child from online dangers such as cyber bullying a challenge, the study said.

  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news

    About 70% Mothers in India using smartphone for making parenting better.

  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news

    About 70% Mothers in India using smartphone for making parenting better.

  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news
  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news
  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news
  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news
  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news
  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news
  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news
  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news
  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news
  • Mothers, Mothers in India, Parenting apps, Kids, Parenting, India, Smartphone, Family and friends, Technology, Lifestyle news

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Shyam Ramsay passes away at 67 in Mumbai

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Mumbai:  Shyam Ramsay, one of the seven Ramsay Brothers known for cult horror films such as ‘Puraani Haveli’ and ‘Tahkhana’, died in a hospital on Wednesday, his family said. He was 67. Shyam died of pneumonia at a city-based hospital.

Shyam Ramsay was considered the brain behind the group, he directed films such as ‘Darwaza’, ‘Purana Mandir’ and ‘Veerana’. He was also responsible for ‘The Zee horror show’, ‘Saturday Suspense’, ‘X Zone’ and ‘Nagin’.

The origins of the horror empire set up by the band of brothers can be traced back to a modest radio shop in Karachi in undivided India.

The shop’s proprietor, Fatehchand U Ramsinghani, had relocated to Mumbai after Partition and decided to get into the business of film production.

The Ramsay Brothers, for the longest time ruled the horror genre in Indian cinema with low-budget movies in the 1970s and 1980s. The films were widely popular for their unique mix of horror and erotica.

The last rites will be held at Vile Parle crematorium on Wednesday. Shyam Ramsay is survived by two daughters Sasha and Namrata.

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