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Sunday, 10 Sep 2017 | Agencies | in Agenda

Money Stress May Up Migraine Risk Stress caused by financial hardship can increase the risk of developing migraine in people with a particular gene variant, a study has showed. Migraine is a debilitating neurological disease affecting one billion people worldwide. The findings showed that the genetics of circadian rhythms has an...

The Lonely Children

Sunday, 10 Sep 2017 | Pramod Pathak | in Agenda

Robots, it is now being feared, will replace humans at workplace. Why only at workplace, they will replace humans everywhere, even in families. A very appropriate depiction of this was given in the popular movie Robot in which Rajnikanth’s lookalike robot falls in love with the leading lady, Aishwarya Rai. Already...

Phases of spiritual awakening

Sunday, 10 Sep 2017 | Ajit Kumar Bishnoi | in Agenda

Only God knows what suits us the most. Therefore, God has to be the focus of all our efforts. It is then that he will take charge of our lives and guide us along, writes AJIT KUMAR BISHNOI There are three distinct phases of this process. The initial stage starts when...

Astroturf: Be master, not slave of your mind

Sunday, 10 Sep 2017 | Bharat Bhushan Padmadeo | in Agenda

We are all born with a sense of freedom deeply ingrained in our construct, which tempts us to live one one’s own exclusive terms, as a free-bird. The paradox, however, is that in real life, often we have to contend with self-conflicts, competing and conflicting interests. So, invariably, nothing comes...

The case for charity must begin at home

Sunday, 10 Sep 2017 | sunil prakash | in Agenda

Considering India’s legacy of sages devoting organs for the sake of devas, organ donation rate in the country is pitiable. Increased awareness can change the situation India is a country where sage Dadhichi donated his bone to save the lives of the devas. Given this grand legacy, donations should be an...

A change in perspective can boost the economy

Sunday, 10 Sep 2017 | Shivaji Sarkar | in Agenda

In this 70th year of independence, India has to look for a new economic paradigm through an intense discussion, and create an integral economy that would be a precursor to integral humanism and overall job growth India needs some quick solutions. It needs more jobs, a free and low-cost banking, a...

Suicide: Whodun it?

Sunday, 03 Sep 2017 | Garima Dutt | in Agenda

Why do people kill themselves? In case of celebrities, is it about the star lifestyle, or could the quiet obsessor at the bus stop be as susceptible to taking his life as William Shakespeare’s Romeo was? The mention of suicide has two very diverse responses from us depending on the context...

A snooze button for your ticking biological clock

Sunday, 03 Sep 2017 | Dr Nisha Bhatnagar | in Agenda

With technological advances and interventions in the field of fertility and other gynaecological issues, the pressure seems to have lifted off women to have babies sooner, writes Dr Nisha Bhatnagar Until about a decade ago, it was a norm, almost a tradition, for a young woman to get married at a...

Musings of a 13-year-old

Sunday, 03 Sep 2017 | Shweta Duseja | in Agenda

The Small-Town Sea Author- Anees Salim Publisher- Penguin Random House, Rs 599 This novel reflects the extraordinary ability of the author to delve into the psyche of his characters to such an extent that they seem real people narrating real stories. The story is replete with many autobiographical elements, writes SHWETA DUSEJA The...

Murky world of dismantled bodies

Sunday, 03 Sep 2017 | ASTHA JOSHI | in Agenda

The Mahabharata murders Author- Arnab Ray Publisher- Juggernaut, Rs 350 This novel about gory murders is packed with gripping twists and turns. In less than 300 pages, novelist Arnab Ray manages to narrate an interesting tale, and what adds to his credit is the fact that he links it with the Mahabharata,...


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Matikala Board to hold ‚ÄėMati ki Mehak‚Äô exhibition-cum-sale

26 Sep 2017 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

Madhya Pradesh Matikala Board is organising ‘Mati ki Mehak’ exhibition-cum-sale and state level prize distribution ceremony at Gauhar Mahal on September 26. The ceremony will be inaugurated by Cottage and Gramodyog Minister Antar Singh Arya at 7 pm...

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