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almighty AND MOBILITY

Sunday, 28 Jan 2018 | Ajit Kumar Bishnoi | in Agenda

If we take care of our bodies and minds properly, we are well set for a quality life, says AJIT KUMAR BISHNOI These two can enrich our lives like nothing else. Rather you don’t need anything else except these two for a perfect life. I am very serious when I make...

Briefly Speaking

Sunday, 28 Jan 2018 | Pioneer | in Agenda

why you can’t fight your carb cravings Saying no to a warm bowl of pasta or a hot pizza is difficult. Have you ever satisfied your carb craving and immediately regretted it? Well, new research finds it may not be your fault. Japanese researchers have found that neurons active under social...

Astroturf | Address infirmities, dreams may come true

Sunday, 28 Jan 2018 | Bharat Bhushan Padmadeo | in Agenda

Dreams are necessary for people to reach heights they are capable of. The Moon always evoked curiosity to man over ages, seen every day — yet unknown. A longing to know it led man to land on the Moon. We all dream of making it big in life, accordingly we...

Legend has it...

Sunday, 21 Jan 2018 | UMANG AGGARWAL | in Agenda

Overstating, superstition, boredom, administrative failure, or political enemies — is there a common thread that runs through Delhi’s black monkey incidents, NCR’s braid chopping, and Bangalore’s Nale Ba? UMANG AGGARWAL examines Delhi, Gurugram, Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata — Indian cities that are thought of as developed and considered to be home to...

Margazhi Festival A confluence of artistic creativity

Sunday, 21 Jan 2018 | Kumar Chellappan | in Agenda

Margazhi, which refers to a particular festive period during winter months in Chennai and even finds mention in the Hindu mythology, returned in 2017 after a hiatus of two difficult years, writes Kumar Chellappan Every October, New York-based Ramnath Narayanan, rings up this writer asking to reserve tickets for the month-long...

Education levels the playing field

Sunday, 21 Jan 2018 | Gautam Mukherjee | in Agenda

The new wealth of nations Author- Surjit S Bhalla Publisher - Simon and Schuster, Rs 599 The decline in world poverty in the last 40 years, the new wealth of nations, the hope that tomorrow will actually be a new day — Surjit Bhalla’s book shows how all this is to be attributed...

A fresh take on Kartikeya

Sunday, 21 Jan 2018 | TANYA | in Agenda

Kartikeya: The Destroyer’s Son Author- Anuja Chandramouli Publisher- Rupa, Rs 295 The book reminds one of the significant role that mythology plays in the shaping of individual identity as well as their sense of tradition and culture, writes TANYA Mythology is much more intimately entwined with our lives than we realise. Apart from...

Tech giants know where the power lies: It’s business

Sunday, 21 Jan 2018 | VV SUNDAR | in Agenda

The titans and the engineers of the social networking world are busy unleashing ‘human-free' systems on the planet. The funny thing is that algorithms seem to know our preferences better than we do ourselves How about having a tomato soup using a fork? What an absurd question you must be thinking....

Pakistan’s forgotten democratic origins

Sunday, 21 Jan 2018 | nadeem paracha | in Agenda

Whenever the history of democracy in Pakistan is being discussed, the topic of elections almost always begins from the historic 1970 elections. These were the first elections to be held in the country on the basis of adult franchise. Since then, the country has held nine more elections. The elections...

Will the US betray the Syrian Kurds?

Sunday, 21 Jan 2018 | Gwynne Dyer | in Agenda

The iron law of international politics in the Middle East is that everybody betrays the Kurds. The likelihood of a war between the Turks and Americans is low. Like his predecessor, Trump too is pursuing a policy in Syria that is not backed up by enough force to make it...


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Police recover illegal coal, seize five motorbikes

19 Feb 2018 | SURESH NIKHAR | Bokaro

A police team of Bokaro Thermal police station headed by inspector cum officer-in charge Parmeshwar Leyangi on Sunday morning conducted raids at Ganjutola in Armo forest area here and seized approx 2.5 tonnes of illegal coal along with their 4 motorcycles and 5 cycles,said Bokaro SP Kartik S...

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