Weekly Natter

Weekly Natter

Sunday, 16 September 2018 | Pioneer

Hirani on to father-son stories Filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani was the master director at the masterclass organised by Indian Film and Television Directors’ Association (IFTDA). The session hosted by Ashoke Pandit was moderated by writer and director Anjum Rajabali where Hirani spoke about his journey through all this films. Hirani shared how...

Building faith

Building faith

Sunday, 16 September 2018 | Ajit Kumar Bishnoi

God doesn’t provide incontrovertible proof of His existence; He only gives subtle hints like when He performs miracles, says AJIT KUMAR BISHNOI Lord Krishna has strictly prohibited, “Such knowledge should never be imparted to one who is not austere; who is not a devotee; and not to one who is not...

Briefly Speaking

Briefly Speaking

Sunday, 16 September 2018 | Pioneer

Probiotics not really healthy? Israeli researchers have found that probiotic treatment can damage the intestines, the Weizmann Institute of Science has said. Researchers contradicted the common idea that probiotic bacteria can strengthen the immune system and correct adverse effects of antibiotics in the intestines, noting that this has never been...

Staying calm at work

Staying calm at work

Sunday, 16 September 2018 | Sant Rajinder Singh

We can’t control others at workplace, but we can control ourselves. At work, we can choose peace and calm, which will help improve our physical and mental health, and make for a happier life, writes Sant Rajinder Singh Life brings many disappointments and challenges. It’s easy to fall victim not only...

oddlyenough

oddlyenough

Sunday, 16 September 2018 | Pioneer

Japanese woman dubbed world’s oldest club DJ An 83-year-old Japanese woman has been announced by Guinness World Records as the world’s oldest professional club DJ. Sumiko Iwamura, 83, aka DJ Sumirock, said she decided to attend a DJ school at the age of 77 and soon discovered she had a talent...

Culture Lane

Culture Lane

Sunday, 16 September 2018 | Pioneer

Build around Brexit: Danny Boyle Danny Boyle has called on film-makers and writers to “reach around the hollow cavern” of Brexit to ensure British TV and film continues to be seen as among the best in the world. The director said working on his most recent production, the 10-part television drama...

A rare Ray treat

A rare Ray treat

Sunday, 16 September 2018 | ANUBHAV PRADHAN

Travails With The Alien gives a fascinating yet saddening account of how Satyajit Ray was set to make the first science fiction movie on and from India but could not, writes ANUBHAV PRADHAN If you like intrigue, conspiracy, and trivia tinged with quirky originality, then Travails with The Alien is the...

Stuck in the loop of history

Stuck in the loop of history

Sunday, 16 September 2018 | TANYA MAlIK

In History Repeating, Sam Wilkin unearths the patterns entrenched in the history of the world and shows how even critical incidents and revolutions carry a sense of déj vu. But he also says that it’s ultimately we who decide, writes TANYA MALIK As the common populace continues to become more...

Sunday Edition

Jagatpur flyover opens to public

23 September 2018 | Staff Reporter | Sunday Pioneer

Plogging drive launched

23 September 2018 | Staff Reporter | Sunday Pioneer

Innovations, start-ups, products on display at IIT on Industry Day

23 September 2018 | Staff Reporter | Sunday Pioneer

Water supply to get hit in a few pockets

23 September 2018 | Staff Reporter | Sunday Pioneer

Sisodia, AAP MLAs discharged in case related to 2014 protest

23 September 2018 | SR | Sunday Pioneer

Death of 5 sewer workers: Two more arrested

23 September 2018 | Staff Reporter | Sunday Pioneer