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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......

Could Partition have been less bloody?

The British administration ignored the mounting evidence of violence between Hindus and Muslims...Military historian Barney White-Spunner traces the countdown to the tragedy in his book, Partition.......

'Then Sheena went silent...'

'As Rai spoke, in an unbelievably dead pan, almost off-the-cuff tone, about helping plan the murder of two youngsters, drugging them with vodka and whiskey spiked with dava (medicine), smothering......

31 images you won't believe were taken only on an iPhone

Think that you need a fancy camera to take a good picture? WRONG! The next few images prove an iPhone camera and a good eye is all you need to shock people. The tenth annual iPhone Photography......

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......

'You can't stand on a podium and preach to India'

'India is no longer the India of the '70s and the '80s.''It's a large country with the fastest growing economy.''In working with India, you just can't go and humiliate the nation publicly.' USIBC......

Why we need to avoid falling into the soft skills trap

  A more rigorous training in core skills is required to boost the engineering talent in the country, instead of a varnish of ‘soft skills’, says Ajit Balakrishnan. Whenever......

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......

'Women have always been an easy target'

'How is it okay for a woman to show her private parts to the world just because she wants to go to the toilet?''She can't show her face -- you want her to pull her ghoongat till her navel -- but......

Review: Sachin A Billion Dreams: When God speaks to us in PR-speak

'2 hours and 20 minutes later, I walked out of Sachin: A Billion Dreams learning not one additional thing about Tendulkar: Not one factoid, not one statistic.' 'Maybe it's convenient filmmaking,......

Lunchbox director: From Irrfan to Broadbent to Redford

'One of the director's primary jobs is to make sure that all the actors perform as if they are in the same movie, playing in the same band -- one is not acting in a different band than the......

Haraamkhor: The pervert wants you to hold your ears

Sreehari Nair explains why Haraamkhor may just be the most liberating Hindi movie made since Hazaaron Khwaishen Aisi. Haraamkhor may just be the most liberating Hindi movie made since Hazaaron......

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......

'My destiny was to write about the game'

'That has always been my ambition -- to take the reader behind the scenes, to the places he was not allowed to visit, but which I had the privilege of entering.'Haresh Pandya remembers Ted Corbett,......

Ashwin: On his way to becoming the greatest

What makes Ravichandran Ashwin the world's premier Test spinner?Dhruv Munjal, T E Narasimhan and Gireesh Babu find out. IMAGE: Another wicket for Ravichandran Ashwin, this time it is his former......

V V S Laxman on the Magic of Cricket

'If fame, money and comfort are the only factors that drive us, then we are playing cricket for entirely the wrong reasons.' IMAGE: V V S Laxman celebrates his double century in the memorable Eden......
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'My destiny was to write about the game'

'That has always been my ambition -- to take the reader behind the scenes, to the places he was not allowed to visit, but which I had the privilege... ...

http://www.rediff.com/cricket/special/my-destiny-was-to-write-about-the-game/20170816.htm
Could Partition have been less bloody?

The British administration ignored the mounting evidence of violence between Hindus and Muslims...Military historian Barney White-Spunner traces... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/special/could-partition-have-been-less-bloody/20170815.htm
Pushpa Mittra Bhargava – conscientious scientist and advocate of scientific temper

In the death of Dr Pushpa Mittra Bhargava, India has lost one of the most vocal advocates of scientific temper and rationality in India. Bhargava,... ...

http://www.catchnews.com/science-technology/pushpa-mittra-bhargava-conscientious-scientist-and-advocate-of-scientific-temper-75530.html
'Then Sheena went silent...'

'As Rai spoke, in an unbelievably dead pan, almost off-the-cuff tone, about helping plan the murder of two youngsters, drugging them with vodka and... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/special/then-sheena-went-silent/20170729.htm
'Women have always been an easy target'

'How is it okay for a woman to show her private parts to the world just because she wants to go to the toilet?''She can't show her face -- you want... ...

http://www.rediff.com/movies/report/women-have-always-been-an-easy-target/20170727.htm

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