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Public Notice

Opinion

In the end, the game is the winner

Saturday, 18 September 2021

Unholy matrimony?

Saturday, 18 September 2021

Love and hate

Saturday, 18 September 2021

Terror and hunger

Friday, 17 September 2021
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Analysis

Using science for a self-reliant India

Saturday, 18 September 2021

Auto-Eugenics in America

Saturday, 18 September 2021

Mighty challenges in Indian agriculture

Friday, 17 September 2021

Building Blocks of Development

Friday, 17 September 2021
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Entertainment

Nawazuddin Siddiqui: 'No Land's Man' a satire on issues the world faces

Friday, 17 September 2021

The recently released first look of Nawazuddin Siddiqui on his social media from his first English feature film 'No Land's Man' has garnered a lot of attention. The film has already bagged a nomination from Busan Film Festival for Kim Jiseok Award. In an exclusive conversation with IANS, Nawazuddin shared his excitement...

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Agenda

Emergence of home fitness

Sunday, 12 September 2021

The trend of online fitness classes has made us realise that you don’t need to travel anywhere to stay fit. Your favourite fitness regime is...

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Shelter for all?

Sunday, 05 September 2021

Regressive policies and an over-inflated real estate market have made residential rentals an unviable proposition for businesses in India, write Dhaval Monani & Prasanna Sriraman,...

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Celebration of a genius

Sunday, 22 August 2021

Book Name: A Functioning Anarchy?: Essays for Ramachandra Guha Author: Edited by Nandini Sundar & Srinath Raghavan Publisher: Penguin, Rs  699 A Functioning Anarchy? is a discovery...

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Grief and aftermath: Grasping nuances of links

Sunday, 12 September 2021

Considering that prolonged grief disorders have much to do with lack of competencies and maintenance of maladaptive behaviour, a time has dawned to reduce focus...

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Astroturf | Work towards self-improvement

Sunday, 12 September 2021

Human mind is driven by a sense of duality. That makes you see things in relative terms. Two persons exploring the same issue/object may perceive...

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Features

Exploring the truth

Saturday, 18 September 2021

Acharya Prashant decentres action in the totality of karma, in a heart-to-heart with Khushbu Kirti Prashant Tripathi, also popularly called Acharya Prashant, is an Advaita teacher...

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Novel coronavirus may infect a higher proportion of pregnant women: ICMR study

Thursday, 16 September 2021

The novel coronavirus may infect a higher proportion of pregnant women and they can develop moderate-to-severe diseases, an ICMR study has said, underlining the need...

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PORTO MONTENEGRO collaborates with TRAC for destination promotion in the Indian market

Wednesday, 25 August 2021

TRAC Representations (India) is partnering with Porto Montenegro – the Mediterranean’s leading Superyacht Homeport & Luxury Residential Village, for destination promotion in the Indian market. Porto...

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‘I was excited to play a different role’

Sunday, 12 September 2021

CHHAVI PANDEY who is playing Goddess Lakshmi in SAB TV's Shubh Laabh, talks to SUPRIYA RAMESH about her experience of taking up a new role...

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Talktime | ‘I Do my stunts because I am physically very fit’

Sunday, 12 September 2021

Aman verma | The actor , who made a debut in the TV serial Pachpan Khambe Laal Deewarein, will now be seen playing a cop...

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Empowered YuWaah!

Sunday, 12 September 2021

The present pandemic has thrown up many challenges. However, there are just as many people who have come forward to ensure that they cause least...

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Right Course for you

Wednesday, 15 September 2021

As students hustle to choose the right course at this time of the year, PC CHHABRA shares five demanding courses which may help shape your...

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CM urges people to get shot duo

Saturday, 18 September 2021 | Staff Reporter

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has called upon the citizens to get both doses of the vaccine under any circumstance for complete protection and safety from corona. Chouhan was addressing the citizens after observation of the vaccination center located in Maharana Pratap College campus in Vidisha district headquarters today. Chief...

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Espionage racket: ITR security chief questioned

Saturday, 18 September 2021 | Ubachak Mohanty

Even as a National Investigation Agency (NIA) investigation team arrived to probe the spy ring at the Defence Research and Development Organisation’s (DRDO) Integrated Test Range (ITR) in Chandipur in Baleswar district, officials of the NIA and the State Crime Branch met the Baleswar SP on Friday.The Chief Security Officer...

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CM holds dialogues with enterprising women of rural Jharkhand

Friday, 17 September 2021 | PNS

Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Thursday talked directly with women of rural Jharkhand, who, under the Phoolo Jhano Ashirwad Abhiyan, have been associated with the means of respectable livelihood, leaving the work of manufacturing and selling of wine/liquor. During the dialogue programme the CM asked the women to bring in...

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Eye on polls, Capt extends free insurance cover to 15L families

Saturday, 18 September 2021 | PNS

With an eye on 2022 polls, Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Friday announced free insurance cover for the 15 lakh families, who were earlier not included in the ambit of the Ayushman Bharat-Sarbat Sehat Bima Yojana (AB-SSBY) — fulfilling the Congress-led Government’s universal healthcare poll promise. The Chief Minister...

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Quality of education depends upon quality of teachers

Saturday, 18 September 2021 | Dr BKS Sanjay

This author owes a lot to all his teachers because they have shaped his life, otherwise he would not have been in this position and writing this column. Education plays an important role in developing all our human potential. It helps to develop both our inner and outer power. The teachers...

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CM unleashes major change in school edu

Saturday, 18 September 2021 | Staff Reporter

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on Friday inaugurated a combined course of Higher Secondary and ITI vocational education aimed at majorly transforming school education. Taking a firm step towards getting school students trained in vocational studies, the government included technical education as optional subjects in Class 11 and 12. The Chhattisgarh Board...

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Photo Gallery

  • Today Photo: Neeraj Chopra, of India celebrates winning the gold medal in the final of the men's javelin throw Tokyo Olympics 2020

    Today Photo: Neeraj Chopra, of India celebrates winning the gold medal in the final of the men's javelin throw Tokyo Olympics 2020

  • Today Photo: India's Nethra Kumanan competes during women’s one-person dinghy (laser) race at the Enoshima harbour

    Today Photo: India's Nethra Kumanan competes during women’s one-person dinghy (laser) race at the Enoshima harbour

  • Tokyo Olympics 2020

    Tokyo Olympics 2020

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Exotica

The July issue reflects on the times we live in and documents it at the same time. So, our stories reflect the transformation that has occurred during the pandemic. Our celebrity interview for the month, Vidya Balan was a force to reckon with even before the pandemic hit. With a shift to the OTT platforms, which are not driven by male star power, she has further consolidated her position with films like Sherni, Shakuntala Devi, which have oddball women - who do not fit in with the conventions - as the protagonists. Thus, showcasing successful women, who are different from the norm, on-screen while being one herself. Then, one of our writers documents his three-month-long sojourn through 16 villages. Not only did he get the time to take in the beauty of the Himalayas but it also allowed him an opportunity to reflect on the larger picture of life, his relationships and work-life balance. Cycling, as a hobby and a fitness regime, has taken off since the time the pandemic started. One of our writers teaches you how to pack your ride and take it along with you on a flight. One of the flip sides of our stay-at-home culture is a spike in screen usage - be it laptops, televisions or phones - and the consequent eye problems. Experts tell you what are the best ways to avert, or at least reduce, these. William Dalrymple, the Scottish historian and writer best known for his riveting historicals, has documented the places he went to as he tracked the footsteps of several figures of yore. And another of our regular contributors traces his journey that yielded mesmerising black & white photographs which seem to stand All this and more in the issue.