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Public Notice

Opinion

Building defence of peace in mind

Monday, 20 September 2021

Uncertainty

Monday, 20 September 2021

Jumping ship

Monday, 20 September 2021

Challenges before US in post-Taliban Af

Sunday, 19 September 2021
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Analysis

Consumers easy prey to foot the bill

Monday, 20 September 2021

Using science for a self-reliant India

Saturday, 18 September 2021

Auto-Eugenics in America

Saturday, 18 September 2021
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Entertainment

Emmys 2021: 'The Handmaid's Tale' makes record for most losses

Monday, 20 September 2021

Actress Elizabeth Moss starrer 'The Handmaid's Tale' set a record with most losses at the 73rd Emmy Awards, which was held at the L.A. Live's Event Deck at Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater. The series had a nomination tally of 21 nods, it was expected to pick up a couple of honours...

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Agenda

Profitable in India

Sunday, 19 September 2021

If streaming services are looking at making profits in India, they should adapt to regional realities, start thinking creatively and take a leaf out of...

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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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Taming the dragon

Sunday, 19 September 2021

Blinkers Off: How will The World Counter China Author: Gaurie Dwivedi Publisher: Pentagon Press, Rs 795 Unravelling the many aspects of China’s statecraft, Blinkers Off serves as an...

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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 | Turn Ahamkara into asset

Sunday, 19 September 2021

Human beings enjoy the exclusive privilege to guide their action by choice and discrimination. But choice action carries equal probability of use and misuse. And...

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Features

On both sides of the line

Monday, 20 September 2021

Khushbu Kirti remembers the renowned Hindi poet and writer Kunwar Narayan on his 94th birth anniversary ‘Jab bhi maine vidroh kiya aur apne chotepan se upar...

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How schools can boost better sleep patterns in teens amid pandemic

Saturday, 18 September 2021

Students returning to their morning school schedule might have an unintended positive lifestyle impact as a new study has found that more teenagers will obtain...

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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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Engaging and interesting

Sunday, 19 September 2021

Bell Bottom      Amazon Prime *ing: Akshay Kumar, Lara Dutta, Vaani Kapoor, Huma Qureshi, Dolly Ahluwalia Rated: 6/10 This movie released in theatres last month and all those who...

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Talktime | ‘TO be An actor One has to be brave’

Sunday, 19 September 2021

Flora Saini | The actor who made her debut with Tollywood and has done Blooywood projects like Begum Jaan and Bahut Hua Samman speaks with...

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Mu-tation worry

Sunday, 19 September 2021

Even as cases of the COVID-19 delta variant continue to spike the world over, a new variant, Mu, has become a variant of interest for...

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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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Wanted drug supplier held

Monday, 20 September 2021 | Staff Reporter

The Crime Branch of Delhi Police has nabbed a 37 year-old wanted drug trafficker from Delhi’s Seelampur area. A reward of Rs 1 lakh was declared by the Delhi Police while Rs 50,000 reward was declared by Uttar Pradesh police on information leading to his arrest. The accused has been identified...

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State logs 623 new Covid cases, 6 deaths

Monday, 20 September 2021 | PNS

The State on Sunday reported 623 new Covid-19 cases in 26 districts and the State pool, with which the total tally mounted to 10,20,244.Among those newly infected were 95 children in the age group of 0 to 18 years.In the last 24 hours, 62,917 samples were tested and the test...

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CM Yogi: Before 2017, farmers were forced to commit suicide

Monday, 20 September 2021 | PNS

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday attacked the previous governments, claiming that the farmers of Uttar pradesh were forced to commit suicide before 2017 but his government took up their cause in an earnest way to change their fortune.   The period between 2007 and 2017 witnessed several sugar mills being either...

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New Puri library to promote book reading

Monday, 20 September 2021 | PNS

With an objective to kindle interest among younger generation in book reading and achieving proficiency in English as well as Indian languages which could open the gates for several career opportunities in a highly-competitive world, a library was inaugurated in the premises of Madhusmruti, the residence of former Ambassador Dr...

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42K e-passes issued for Char Dham Yatra

Monday, 20 September 2021 | PNS

A day after the start of the Char Dham Yatra, more than 42,000 e-passes have been issued to pilgrims from the official website of the Char Dham Devasthanam Management Board. More than 2,530 people had visited the Char Dham shrines till Sunday evening. It will be recalled that after the Uttarakhand...

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Despite challenges, devt works continue: Baghel

Monday, 20 September 2021 | Staff Reporter

There have been many challenges in the last two-and-a-half years due to Covid-19 but still development and construction works continued in Chhattisgarh, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said on Sunday. He made the comment during out virtual Bhoomi Pujan and dedication of 401 development works costing Rs 2,834 crores in 27 districts...

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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.