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Whither the warmth?

Last year, during a conversation about her film The Namesake at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, Mira Nair told me that she found Christmas cold and very alienating."We had so......

Class 10 Results: How girls in remote parts of Maharashtra impressed

Though the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education's Secondary School Certificate examination threw up a pass percentage of 89.56, which is at 1.90 per cent less than......

The life and times of a modern princess

'As Indians we have pride, as Rajasthanis we have pride and as Rajputs we have pride.''I am not a fan of the static tradition. As long as it is dynamic, you don't have to go from tradition to......

Why bhakts are thrilled about this book

Tavleen Singh' book is less of a Hindutva-loving diatribe against the Dynasty than its detractors suggest, but it is still hard to agree with much of what she writes, says Vir Sanghvi. Before we go......

After the quake: Helping children smile in Nepal

‘Music begins to play. And suddenly, an unexpected figure emerges. She has pink hair, green hotpants and an unmistakeable clown nose. Then another one appears, in a multi-coloured jumpsuit,......

Cashing in on communication

Going by the proliferation of mass communication and journalism schools, it seems that news gathering has become a lucrative profession. According to Imran Zahir, director of Delhi-based mass......

How TRAI has gone back on net neutrality

Its pre-consultation paper has been silent on the issue of closed electronic communication network, a loophole telcos can exploit to offer discriminatory pricing. India’s telecom regulator......

5 key lessons about women and work in India

With India poised to become the largest economy in the world by 2030, it cannot afford to leave half of its workforce behind While marginally more women work in India than in Pakistan (27 per cent......

Half full, half empty: 10 years of NREGA

At its peak five years ago, it was a lifeline for 5.5 crore, or one in every three rural homes The fruits of a people’s movement and the world’s largest anti-poverty public works, the......

Why India's poverty rate has fallen to 12.4%

The World Bank said improved infrastructure, specifically rural electrification, has had far-ranging effects India has reduced its poverty rate to 12.4 per cent from the 2011-12 estimate of 21 per......

Oscars 2016: Meet the Best Picture Nominees. PREDICT the winner!

Watch the trailers and predict the winner at the end. It’s been a fine year for the movies, and the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences did well to pick out eight significantly......

Medical experts want Rio Olympics delayed or moved due to Zika

IMAGE: A municipal worker stands next to a banner that reads, "Rio Carnival 2016" before spraying insecticide to prevent the spread of Zika's vector. Photograph: Pilar Olivares/Reuters More than......

Study shows that media indulges in racial discrimination among athletes

Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland celebrates a birdie putt on the 18th green as Tiger Woods of the United States looks on (Image used for representational purposes). Photograph: Jamie Squire/Getty......
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Play can make your kids really smart

A A A Get social Time to send them to the parks. Picture courtesy: Shutterstock Children who regularly participate... ...

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Consumer Reports Partners with Reveal to Investigate the Nation's $1.3 Trillion Student Debt Crisis—what caused it and What People Can Do About It

PRWeb 2016-06-28 CR survey finds 45% of people who have left college with student loan debt say college was not worth the cost; More than half... ...

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New Drug Target in Polycystic Kidney Disease Identified Using Virtual Tissue Technology

A potential new drug target has been identified using virtual tissue technology to fight polycystic kidney disease, an illness with no effective... ...

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Physical activities can boost children's health, intellect

London, June 28 (IANS) Children who regularly participate in physical activities are likely to have improved brain function, intellect and academic... ...

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Outdoor games can make your kid smarter

The study is published online in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. A single session of moderately energetic physical activity has positive... ...

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