Himalayan environment at tipping point

Himalayan environment at tipping point

Sunday, 22 January 2023 | Prashant Barthwal

The Joshimath disaster portends that the Himalayan environment may not be able to withstand another push from intrusive anthropogenic activities like massive construction projects of townships, highways, tunnels, railway tracks, and dams In this globalised era, along with the changing needs, humans’ greed and untrammelled use of resources have a debilitating...

New Releases

New Releases

Sunday, 15 January 2023 | Pioneer

Somewhere Among the Stars: Reflections of a Mystic The book delves in the concept of consciousness, reality, space and time from a Vendantic perspective, chronicles a woman’s journey for love and truth. As the story unfolds, it takes the reader on the journey of self-exploration, discovery and self development. Somewhere Among the...

The printed world: wording the picture

The printed world: wording the picture

Sunday, 15 January 2023 | Swati Pal

A review of Anita Nahal’s Kisses at the expresso bar ekphrastic prose poems, Kelsay Books, USA, 2022,  and Kiriti Sengupta’s water has many colors, Hawakal Publishers, New Delhi, 2022   A picture can speak a million words and a poem can create a million pictures, this fact has been amply borne out...

Object histories: A journey into the past

Object histories: A journey into the past

Sunday, 15 January 2023 | Navin Upadhyay

Sudeshna Guha’s A HISTORY OF INDIAS THROUGH 75 OBJECTS  is part of the effort to understand the history of the subcontinent through scrutiny of archeological finds, curated by her in an understandable  logical sequence, writes Navin Upadhyay Discoveries of ancient artifacts, tools, cave paintings, and other objects have held a great...

Joshimath The wage of sin

Joshimath The wage of sin

Sunday, 15 January 2023 | Biswajeet Banerjee

The Joshimath town, nestled at an altitude of 1890 metres, has slowly turned into a ghost city after cracks appeared in over 700 houses due to land subsidence, forcing the administration to shift people to safer places and stop all construction work going around the region with immediate effect, writes...

No going back for Varun

No going back for Varun

Sunday, 08 January 2023 | Deepak K Upreti and Dipak Kumar Jha

By all accounts, BJP MP Varun Gandhi is on his way out of the party. In that event, he could either 're-align with his 'parental party' or would find a ‘third-alternative', write Deepak K Upreti and Dipak Kumar Jha The buzz is growing louder that Varun Gandhi is counting his days...

Good Hydration Linked to Healthy Aging: Study

Good Hydration Linked to Healthy Aging: Study

Sunday, 08 January 2023 | HEALTH PIONEER

Adults who aren't sufficiently hydrated may age faster, face a higher risk of chronic diseases and be more likely to die younger than those who stay well-hydrated, according to a new study from the National Institutes of Health. The Health Pioneer shares the details of the study NIH findings based on data...

HEAL THIS AILMENT WITH PATIENCE

HEAL THIS AILMENT WITH PATIENCE

Sunday, 08 January 2023 | HEALTH PIONEER

Winter is here! For many, it’s a season for festivities, family, friends and dry fruits and hot beverages to be shared together in the cozy ambiance. But for those having psoriasis, an autoimmune disorder that impacts the body's largest organ i.e. skin, it’s a roller coaster of countless highs and lows...

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