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Runversation: At 70, she has all the continents at her feet
DC CORRESPONDANT | PTI
For Chau Smith, running clears her head to make better decisions.
Farm Friendly: Agriculture needs science, not politics
Sadly, political economy has pushed agriculture science to the background.
02 Aug 2018 3:12 AM
Man vs. Wild: Humans make wildlife take up night shift
With the human footprint expanding around the world, more and more wild animals are becoming active at night, finds a study.
02 Aug 2018 3:05 AM
Lifeline: Get ready for artificial blood
The biggest breakthrough in transfusion medicine would be the ability to synthesise blood stem cells from a patient’s own tissue.
22 Jul 2018 2:12 AM
Innovation: Making desalination sustainable, feasible
Bacteria are not always a bane, and could be beneficial too.
22 Jul 2018 2:07 AM
Makeover: How a state school went international
It is because of their contribution that the school has a science lab, a computer lab which doubles up as a music room, and a modest library.
22 Jul 2018 2:03 AM
Rescuers from around the world carried out a daring operation to free the 12 schoolboys and coach stranded in Thailand cave for 18 days.
18 Jul 2018 5:31 AM
Jared Campbell takes on the most brutal race on earth... thrice
Jared Campbell is one of the only 15 finishers of the Barkley Marathon, a 100-mile race.
18 Jul 2018 5:22 AM
Sound byte: Rap in Thillana comes to fore
Similar to the Tarana in Kathak or in Hindustani music, the Thillana is usually a crisp and racy piece that is compared to rap music.
08 Jul 2018 6:44 AM
The ticket: Time world did it right for left-handers
Mahatma Gandhi, Amitabh Bachchan, Barak Obama, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Albert Einstein and Bill Gates are among the most legendary lefties.
08 Jul 2018 6:42 AM
History: Nizam followed a tough agenda for clan schooling
The Jahagirdar’s College was established in 1923. But the elite of Hyderabad still chose to send their children to England.
08 Jul 2018 6:39 AM
Net danger: More sites you visit, the lonelier you get
Today, we live in a world where people stare at their computers/mobiles all day typing messages to people they haven’t even met in real life.
03 Jul 2018 6:59 AM
Runversation: Angela runs marathons to live, help Lyme buddies
Angela Coulombe fought Lyme Disease and went on to run the top marathons in the world including Boston, New York, London and Chicago.
03 Jul 2018 6:56 AM
Research: Magic leaf that can generate fuel, oxygen
The need to look for alternative, non-fossil fuel energy sources is thus obvious and urgent.
03 Jul 2018 6:54 AM
On the job: Gig economy takes you away from 9 to 5 grind
Technological advancements and internet penetration have given people opportunities to work even from remote areas.
26 Jun 2018 7:26 AM
Biodiversity: Making world a better place
The vast pool of plants, animals and ecosystems can save India from ecological disaster, says Prof. Kamaljit Bawa.
26 Jun 2018 7:17 AM
The rage: Has kingdom come? Schools take kids to malls as educational tours
From perceived consumerist sanctuaries, believe it or not, malls are transforming themselves into places of excursion for school kids.
26 Jun 2018 7:11 AM
Runversation: For this ultramarathoner, weight does not matter
People generally have an obsession with the body beautiful image that is portrayed in advertising, infomercials and the media.
17 Jun 2018 1:49 AM
Write to freedom: Swords hanging from the other end of your pen
Threats to a free press prevail and journalists face risks every day making one wonder if their next byline will be a death warrant.
17 Jun 2018 1:47 AM
On the ball: The nuts and bolts of football flight
A World Cup played at high altitude is certain to be a nightmare for goalkeepers as the ball travels faster than it does at sea level.
17 Jun 2018 1:44 AM
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Mukesh Ambani in top Global Thinkers list of Foreign Policy
In a first, transgenders take holy dip at Kumbh Mela
Samsung Galaxy S10 benchmarks leaked
The future is here: Paper-thin Bluetooth needs no battery, harvests power from air
Google to be strict on SMS/Call log policy
Huawei founder denies spying for China
Meghalaya mining crisis: illegal, inhuman, anti-ecology
Ujjwal K Chowdhury
Official inquiries into flooding disasters at approved mines, including Chasnala, have shown serious shortcomings in safety management.
After EWS quota, only 10 per cent of India is left out
Politically, the move is well-timed to assuage the perceived discontent of the upper castes.
View from Pakistan: Right choice lies between two extremes
Syed Bakhtiyar Kazmi
Beyond building perceptions that doing business is easy in Pakistan, in reality it should be easy to do business in Pakistan.
Reflections: When will PM hold his first press conference?
Sunanda K Datta Ray
The missing interaction between politician and public is a gap at the heart of our democracy.
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