Happiness in your hands

Happiness in your hands

Sunday, 14 October 2018 | Dr Meenal Sharma Jagtap

Optimism is an art that can be learnt. It comes with the perks of making life happier and self-actualisation easier, writes Dr Meenal Sharma Jagtap How do you respond when faced with a setback in  life? How do you cope with change and disruption around you? How do you respond to...

Ways to perfect India's strategy to eliminate TB

Ways to perfect India's strategy to eliminate TB

Sunday, 14 October 2018 | Adithya Cattamanchi/Bruce Agins

India has established the foundations of a system to transform the quality of its tuberculosis care. Now, the country needs to adopt a new system that helps India's national TB programme quickly identify real-time challenges and implement risk mitigation strategies. Improving the quality of TB care services in India will...

Trump’s new aggression at UNGA

Trump’s new aggression at UNGA

Sunday, 14 October 2018 | Manan Dwivedi

The core refrain of the American intent apart from the present entreaty at the United Nations General Assembly is that the US is not retreating inside a cocoon but it is being more practical and business like in factoring in the transactional costs with the rest of the nations. Trump...

Unusual tales of love

Unusual tales of love

Sunday, 14 October 2018 | Kalyanee Rajan

Storywallah is the kind of book that must be read at least once for one to get a fascinating glimpse of a fast-disappearing world of old-fashioned love, writes Kalyanee rajan Love blossoms at the unlikeliest of places, with the unlikeliest of people, in the strangest circumstances and in most spontaneous and...

Lahore The city that was…

Lahore The city that was…

Sunday, 14 October 2018 | UMANG AGGARWAl

Haroon Khalid’s latest book is like a time capsule that not just educates readers, but also fills them with both remorse and curiosity, writes UMANG AGGARWAL Imagining Lahore, Haroon Khalid’s fourth book in India, compares the Lahore of proverbs with the Lahore of today. Through a mix of nostalgia and the...

A case for CCTVs in India’s classrooms

A case for CCTVs in India’s classrooms

Sunday, 14 October 2018 | Raj Singhal

Surveillance can work only when grown-ups use the ‘gaze’ responsibly, writes Raj Singhal The jury is out on whether CCTV cameras are important in classrooms or not. The recent Delhi cabinet nod approving the installation of CCTV cameras in government schools and the subsequent quashing of the PIL against the Delhi...

Matters of the heart: The looming health crisis

Matters of the heart: The looming health crisis

Sunday, 14 October 2018 | Anjali Malhotra

Indians, in particular, need to take heart health very seriously now that heart issues have become common even in the 30s, says Anjali Malhotra Heart disease is getting younger by the day in India and is striking people at unlikely ages. With increasing lifestyle deviation and spiking stress, its catchment area...

Think before you leap

Think before you leap

Sunday, 14 October 2018 | Sumit K Batra

The ugly side of technology has taken the form of dangerous games like Momo Challenge and Blue Whale Challenge. Timely precaution is the only way out, writes Sumit K Batra The Momo and Blue Whale Challenges recently spread enormous fear in the nation, and there is a need for a strong...

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OddlyEnough

14 October 2018 | Pioneer | Agenda

'Ganesh vandana made on a lark with tune in mind'

14 October 2018 | Shalini Saksena | Sunday Pioneer

Happiness in your hands

14 October 2018 | Dr Meenal Sharma Jagtap | Agenda

WeeklyNatter

14 October 2018 | IANS | Sunday Pioneer

Sky is the limit

14 October 2018 | Ajit Kumar Bishnoi | Agenda

Briefly Speaking

14 October 2018 | Pioneer | Agenda