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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......

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,......

'Kanak Mani Dixit being punished for his anti-establishment writing'

IMAGE: Kanak Mani Dixit, third from left, with other citizens at Kathmandu's Patan Square. Photograph: Aseem Chhabra.   Aseem Chhabra on his friend, firebrand Nepali journalist Kanak Mani......

'Kanak Mani Dixit being punished for his anti-establishment writing'

IMAGE: Kanak Mani Dixit, third from left, with other citizens at Kathmandu's Patan Square. Photograph: Aseem Chhabra.   Aseem Chhabra on his friend, firebrand Nepali journalist Kanak Mani......

'They cannot silence me'

'The police go into villages, kill villagers, rape women, burn homes, file false cases.' 'They want to empty Bastar of the tribals so that corporate houses can be given a free hand in our land.'......

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......

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......

6 I-Day promises from 2014 that Modi (partially) fulfilled

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered his second Independence Day speech, IndiaSpend and FactChecker reviewed the implementation of key pronouncements he made in his first Independence Day......

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......

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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Hotel and Tourism Newsletter - April 25 to 29, 2016

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India's quiet tide Of childhood obesity (Special to IANS)

2 Min ago 0 0 Madurai: When 12-year-old Madhu (not his real name) was diagnosed as obese he weighed 98 kg when his ideal weight was 55 kg... ...

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A Brand New 'Atlas' Shows Where Different Ideas Live In Our Brains

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'5% weight loss results in best health benefits'

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Four young footballers to live their French dream!

— By | Apr 30, 2016 12:06 am Mumbai : Four young talented footballers based in Bengaluru, hailing from vulnerable backgrounds have been invited... ...

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