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Brain Stormer: Another Rape in JNU?

It’s once again a rape case that has rocked the most prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University in the heart of the capital. Anmol Ratan, a former activist of the radical leftist student...

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Apple plans to integrate Touch ID into iPhone's screen

Saturday, 27 August 2016 | IANS | New York
Apple plans to integrate Touch ID into iPhone's screen
US tech giant Apple is planning to remove the physical Touch ID button below the screen and directly integrate with it the biometric functionality for its 2017 iPhone model, a media report said. Users will...

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Paes-Begemann make it to final of Winston Salem Open

Saturday, 27 August 2016 | PTI | Winston-Salem (USA)
Paes-Begemann make it to final of Winston Salem Open
Veteran Leander Paes brushed off the disappointment of Rio Olympics as he and his German partner Andre Begemann made it to the final of the ATP Winston-Salem Open beating Swede Robert Lindstedt and Pakistan's Aisam-ul...

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Our food not only curries, tikkas: Indian 'MasterChef Australia' contestant

Saturday, 27 August 2016 | IANS | New Delhi
Our food not only curries, tikkas: Indian 'MasterChef Australia' contestant
From her fellow contestants to judges, she made everyone on the sets of "MasterChef Australia" fall in love with "desi" spices. Nidhi Mahajan, whose exit from the globally-renowned TV cooking show was an emotional affair,...

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Food allergies linked to higher asthma risk in kids

Friday, 26 August 2016 | IANS | New York
Food allergies linked to higher asthma risk in kids
The higher the number of food allergies a child might have, the greater is his or her risk of developing asthma and allergic rhinitis during childhood, new research has found. "Of the major food allergens,...

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The comfort chair

The comfort chair

Saturday, 27 August 2016 | Unnati Joshi

There are many things you consider before crafting your home. But it is your own history that guides your choices. Timothy Oulton, a high-flying furniture designer, shared his knowhow with Unnati Joshi Sustainable furniture is a good conversation starter. Keeping a piece would make you the neighbour’s envy. But for British furniture-maker Timothy Oulton, it’s a way of staying rooted to his ancestors and keeping human civilisation alive. And he swears by the good earth. “We use reclaimed wood, much of...

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SOUND BITE

  • If you kill the dog, females will breed more. Dogs will also come from outside. I’m with the people of Kerala, but if you keep killing dogs, you do things that do not work.
    Union Minister | Maneka Gandhi
  • Sufi saints were given birth by women. Then why we are barred (from entering the inner area of Haji Ali dargah)?
    Social Activist | Trupti Desai
  • If India is to meet the challenge of change, incremental progress is not enough. That is why my vision for India is rapid transformation, not gradual evolution.
    Prime Minister | Narendra Modi

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  • The US-UK debate

    As the US-or-UK debate goes on, students must weigh their options before applying for universities at these two main global...

  • Go for Youthopia

    The Council of Education and Development Programmes (CEDP Skill Institute) recently launched a job card called Youthopia for its students...

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The making of classics

Penguin Modern Classics Author : Ashokamitran Publisher : Penguin, Rs 299 One cannot but appreciate the flair with which the prolific Tamil writer, Ashokamitran, deals with the seemingly...

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • Pakistan unlikely to give up Dawood any time soon

    Saturday, 27 August 2016 | Bal Govind | Noida
    This refers to the editorial, “Watching over Dawood” (August 25). For several years, India has been crying from rooftops that it's most wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim lives in Pakistan right under the nose of the Pakistani establishment. The UN committee's endorsement of this fact only adds credence to India's claim....

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