Laasya was a Senior Reporter at Citizen Matters. Prior to this, she worked as a reporter with Deccan Chronicle. Laasya has written extensively on environmental issues, women and child rights, and other critical social and civic issues. A Masters in Journalism from Bharathiar University, she has been experimenting at Citizen Matters with diverse formats varying from photos, videos and infographics for an interactive content presentation. Laasya is most proud of her work on beach encroachment and lake pollution, which the NGT took suo moto cognizance of.
In her spare time, Laasya likes to play with her dogs, read and cook! She tweets at @plaasya.
The probability of children getting affected by the dreaded coronavirus is less than that of older adults. However, necessary precautions should still be taken. Young children must also be reassured in these times of anxiety. Here is an explainer on how to protect children and keep them engaged.
Chittoor MP, Naramalli Sivaprasad usually gets the spotlight for his role play in various costumes outside the Lok Sabha. As he prepares to contest for a third time from the constituency, we ask him about his performance in the house as well as his plans for Chittoor city.
Alcoholism or substance abuse and domestic violence are the bane of many an urban household today, and not necessarily only among the economically weaker sections. How do children from these families cope and how can we help them?
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