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Breathe in for a calm life, breathe out for happiness

Chennai-based Indian School of Breathing founder Dr Sukanya tells Shobha Warrier how breathing and meditation are key to a happy and longer life.  Breathing can solve all your ailments and......

IAF show takes Hyderabad's breath away

The Indian Air Force organised a scintillating air show over the Hussain Sagar Lake in Hyderabad on Saturday, enthralling thousands.It was a rare display of the awesome capabilities of the IAF......

Russian city bans Yoga to stifle spread of religious cults

Close on the heels of India leading worldwide International Yoga Day celebrations, Yoga classes have been banned in a central Russian city by the authorities to check spread of 'religious......

Is it the end of tolerance in India?

Bearing in mind how full India’s pitcher is with ethnic and communal complexities, only the greatest circumspection can hold this country together in a willing union, says Sunanda K Datta-Ray......

Is Surya Namaskar religious? I don't think so

'Few practitioners of yoga doing the Surya Namaskar, including lakhs of Americans and Europeans, see it as a form of worshipping the sun. They do it because it is good exercise.' 'In my view Muslim......

India's mushrooming medical cities

In August 1883, the quiet American city of Rochester came tumbling down under a tornado. As 24 people breathed their last, 40 others were left gasping for breath and medical care. The disaster gave......

How Indian firms can globalise

Multinational companies are breathing down your neck. Indian companies will need to learn how to be competitive to succeed. Get ready to globalise. Begin now. . .In today's open economy with......

Sumantra Ghoshal dead

Management guru, leading economist and founding dean of the Indian School of Business Hyderabad, Dr Sumantra Ghoshal, passed away in Hampstead, United Kingdom, on Wednesday due to brain......

Bangalore neighbourhood's toxic air threatens India's future

Once called India’s garden city, this upper middle-class residential area in Bangalore has India’s most toxic air, says Devanik Saha, IndiaSpend.com. On the day this story was written,......

Why banks are unwilling to support the sugar industry

Sugar mills in UP owe thousands of crores to cane farmers. Banks are unwilling to lend to the sector. Bhupesh Bhandari and Sahil Makkar  dissect the festering agrarian-industrial-social......

Sooraj Barjatya: Vivah is my toughest film

He is known to be the filmmaker who breathed new life into Indian cinema at a time when video piracy and satellite television were set to spell its doom.Full credit goes toSooraj R Barjatyafor......

Review: Killa is a beautiful, beautiful film

Killa is a deep film with lofty ambitions and brilliant performances, raves Raja Sen. It is always hard to stay under the radar as you slip into a classroom. Much as Killa's young Chinmay......

'Actors these days don't have unique voices like Amitabh'

'Dubbing for Rajiv Gandhi was very challenging.' 'Amitabh Bachchan told me, "I don't appreciate other people doing my voice".' Midway through Rediff.com's interview with Patcy N, Chetan Sashital......

The NEW Way to know Bollywood's stars up close, and personal!

Something happened when stars joined Twitter -- the distance, the wall that existed between celebrities and fans broke down, says Aseem Chhabra. Five years ago in January 2010, I was new on Twitter......

Review: Rang Rasiya is an important film

Rang Rasiya is not a consistent film, but one that tells a story of a pioneering artist and visionary, a story decidedly worth telling, says Raja Sen. Censorship is an utterly pointless and......

India's hockey great Leo Pinto passes away

One of the country's all-time great hockey players and the oldest Olympian, Leo Pinto, breathed his last in Mumbai on Tuesday at the age of 96."He died of old age. At his peak he was considered as......

My brother doesn't like watching me live: Sachin

India watches with bated breath when Sachin Tendulkar comes out to bat but one man prefers to go on a long drive just to avoid seeing him live in action. And he happens to be the maestro's own......

I don't see any Indian athlete winning an Olympic medal at Rio: Milkha

- Before I die, I want to see an Indian winning an Olympic gold - Arjuna award should be given on basis of performance not nepotism   Legendary athlete Milkha Singh with children during the......

Modern cricket is poorer with Anandji Dossa passing into the ages

Anandji Dossa. Photograph: Haresh Pandya Blessed with a computer-like brain and an elephantine memory, Anandji Dossa was a pioneer in compiling cricket statistics and scores. Haresh Pandya pays......

'It's hard to believe my wonderful journey is coming to an end'

In his long and illustrious career Sachin Tendulkar was a man of few words, and even fewer emotions. However, even as he retired from international cricket he could neither hold back his emotions......
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The Leader and his machine

The group in the office on Strand Road is part of a larger 300-plus team of the Indian Political Action Committee (IPAC) that is mostly, about 70... ...

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A Uniform Education Code

Malala Yousafzai, the world's youngest Nobel Prize winner, was shot and left for dead on October 9, 2012, by the Pakistani Taliban because she was... ...

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Days and nights in the city

Aditya Vikram Sengupta's ambitiously wordless debut feature, Labour of Love, displays a striking grasp of sound and image At first you see... ...

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The dangers of co-sleeping with the child

Nothing compares to cuddling your child in bed, but sleep-sharing comes with its own set of dangers. To some parents, it's the most natural thing... ...

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Living history

Historians and researchers of the Department of History, University of Kerala, are on a quest to record the oral history of the freedom fighters'... ...

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