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Yoke of conversion: For Dalits, it’s out of the pan into the fire
DC CORRESPONDANT | PTI
It is an undeniable fact that for centuries Dalits were caught up in the iron grip of caste.
Boredom, mother of creativity: Brain research throws up the power of music
When fed with music, the entire brain-sphere is aglow, showing that the power of music influences every part of the organ.
11 Dec 2018 2:29 AM
Boredom, mother of creativity: Way out of boredom is through it
Academics are awaiting clinching evidence before listing the benefits of boredom.
11 Dec 2018 2:23 AM
Behold the microchip in your body
Opening doors, logging into computers, storing medical data et al seem to be healthy advances in life, courtesy implantable microchips.
02 Dec 2018 5:33 AM
Age of anxiety: Alienation modern scourge
The task of forging an overarching identity transcending the amalgam that develops through such superimposition therefore becomes even more difficult.
25 Nov 2018 7:54 AM
Age of anxiety: Good times, bad times
The world as a whole during the last three quarters of a century after World War II has seen “the best of times”.
25 Nov 2018 7:51 AM
Commodification of education is a necessary evil
The fact that each country is the best critic of its own educational system is a good thing.
18 Nov 2018 7:26 AM
Fund drive for varsities
Innovative funding options can keep Indian universities on the go.
18 Nov 2018 7:21 AM
Living fearfully in the shadow of dementia
the people most affected by dementia are those who care for the affected. relatives can find it very hard to see people they love deteriorate.
11 Nov 2018 7:18 AM
Trillion dollar memory loss
Neuroscientists are racking their brains the world over trying to identify what causes diseases of the brain.
11 Nov 2018 7:13 AM
Prevention better than cure if not for profits
Prevention is not better than cure when your profits depend upon people getting sick.
09 Nov 2018 1:29 AM
Fight disease, enter the sewage: A sample that can save millions
There is no scope for complacency in the campaign against the polio virus. Recurrence is possible as infections remain latent.
09 Nov 2018 1:21 AM
The fear of living with ourselves: Loneliness gets medicalised
During the past couple of years the Anglo-American world has become overwhelmed with what is increasingly described as an epidemic of loneliness.
28 Oct 2018 2:49 AM
No magic pill for loneliness
Mental health problems such as depression and anxiety disorders, among others, are frequently accompanied by feelings of loneliness.
28 Oct 2018 2:40 AM
Nobel out of reach: Black scientist yet to make it to Nobel
The idea is to remind both the wider society and the black community that they have a proud history and continue to make a contribution.
21 Oct 2018 6:00 AM
Nobel out of reach: Elusive desire for greatness
More importantly, has this nobility played a crucial role in stalling new entrants from the plebeian class to aspire.
21 Oct 2018 5:59 AM
Fake news, the DNA of tech firms: Gearing up for the 2019 polls
Social media companies seem quite serious about removing false news and propaganda from their platforms.
30 Sep 2018 7:16 AM
Fake news, the DNA of tech firms: The big fight against fake news
Technology companies like Google, Twitter, Facebook and Microsoft are also gearing up to fight the menace of fake news.
30 Sep 2018 7:04 AM
No Limits to Greed
The per capita income of India is likely to increase by 8.3 per cent in 2018.
25 Sep 2018 1:21 AM
Symptom of neo-liberal malaise
Jeff Bezos is a product as well as a symptom of these two worlds, albeit magnified on a global scale.
25 Sep 2018 1:01 AM
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US man arrested for allegedly stabbing wife at Tokyo court while divorcing
Haryana professor suspended for teaching ‘love formula’ to women students
Three Indian cities amongst the cheapest to live in the world
Watch: Indian-origin leader makes history in Canada Parliament
BJP releases 'Main Bhi Chowkidar' caller tunes to connect with mass
Trump attacks Facebook, Google, Twitter, says they are politically biased
Voternama: Churn is the new 2019 mantra
Our electoral laws encourage vote splintering. The candidate with the most votes in each constituency wins.
Islamophobic terror as vile as jihad, don’t underplay it
Christchurch wasn’t the first manifestation of its inevitable consequences, and it won’t be the last.
Horror in NZ shows the danger of righteousness
The Christchurch shooter believed he was saving his people by eliminating Muslims, who if unchecked would one day overrun his country.
The Wiki effect on governance? Democracy in the pawnshop
The Congress picked on the cables of a briefing US officials got from BJP’s Arun Jaitley in May 2005.
Donald Trump-Kim Jong Un meet in Hanoi, summit cut short with no deal
George H.W. Bush no more: Here are snippets from 41st US president's life
Protesters flood US cities to fight Donald Trump immigration policy
Donald Trump-Kim Jong Un in Singapore for the historic summit
PM Modi attends 18th Shanghai Cooperation Organization in China's Qingdao
In Photos: Stories of destruction at wake of Volcano of Fire in Guatemala
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