RaGa has aged, not mellowed like good wine
09 Dec 2017
China woos Myanmar at the cost of India
Losing sleep one swipe at a time
When will an evolved society’s empathy solve an elephantine problem?
The natives of Aries are very innocent in nature. This gives them a lot of leverage to trust their own instincts and intuition.
Remember when you were in school and a smarter than normal aleck asked you, “How far can a dog run into the woods?” And while you were wondering which shadow to slink away in he answered, “Halfway! Be
They are open and communicative, thus arguments are a normal phenomenon. When in the middle of a conflict, they may end up giving a long speech, vocalising their feelings.
02 Dec 2017
In approximately the time it takes you to read this article, someone in this country will have committed suicide.
How little we value our head movements, and how wrong we are to do so. Most of us think a smile is enough to win over strangers and make friends.
The Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report of the UNESCO for the year 2017/18 is aptly titled, ‘Accountability in Education’.
The process for the formal anointment of Rahul Gandhi as president of the Congress began earlier this month.
Here’s the deal. We are a grand total of nine over or underpaid workers in a sweatshop and for no particular rhyme or reason one bright fine morning in July we all want to discover what our average sa
There is the frivolous and there is fun. Though joined at the hip by the Thesaurus, frivolity is not always fun as recent events like the Padmavati pandemonium suggest.
Making up with cancerians requires patience, delicacy, and tact. Their feelings are easily bruised. They sometimes get too emotional and sensitive.
25 Nov 2017
The appointment of 36 non-Brahmin priests from traditionally backward societies and Dalits by the Travancore Devaswom Board in Kerala has elicited mixed reaction.
Several “cloak and dagger” actions take place in the world of diplomacy, espionage and international relations.
Unlike charity, democracy doesn’t begin at home. It didn’t at mine for sure, when I was growing up. Nor at most of my friends’.
By now almost everyone and his or her poodle have had their say on Rani Padmavati, Freedom of Expression (FoE) or utter lack of it in contemporary India, and hurt pride of the Rajput community.
Once upon a time in India, the fringe represented a pulchritudinous 1960s film star with beguiling eyes and Mona Lisa smile, whose haircut gave a signature style and phrase to generations; even to tho
Want to find out the height of a molecule in a few minutes? Get a large, rectangular pan, a piece of straight stiff wire and a drop of oil.
They are the most stubborn sign of the zodiac.As patching up with them is not that easy, one should never betray them or ignite jealousy within them.
18 Nov 2017
The cabinet has approved the long-pending policy to establish an independent National Testing Agency (NTA).
These days, cinema is adding to our appetite for inane debates.
Education systems the world over resist change but are also aware that by its very nature, these have to remain dynamic and keep pace with the changes taking place all around.
Problem-solving in a country as large and diverse as India can be a real challenge.
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