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Library of the future
Can the computer encourage critical thinking instead of passive reception? Brewster Kahle is trying to do just that with Internet Archive.
Unravelling Nature's tangles
In a free-wheeling chat, award-winning poet and scholar Ruth Padel talks to MEENA MENON about how her great great grandfather Charles Darwin influenced her outlook, her concern for tigers, her love for India and her first novel.
Pahari art is essentially a folk form with themes that are either romantic or religious. Here is a book that throws light on this medieval tradition.
Awakening to promises
Summer in Britain comes burgeoning with possibilities… at the Tate Gallery, satirical art offers an escape from the onslaught of technology, and at the National Theatre, boundaries of town and country, myth and politics, are blurred.
From Russia with love
Historical monuments, art galleries, eating out options and shopping... Russia offers something for every tourist.
Beaches, pubs, and food… there is never a dearth of any of these here.
In search of new identities
In our passage to a more gender-equitable society, we need to re-examine the roles that we often slip into unwittingly…
Dream ‘package' turns sour
Forced out of their land and homes to make way for the ICTT project at Kochi, the lives of most of the evictees at Moolampilly are in a shambles today. The hard-won rehabilitation package remains just a promise on paper…
Concocted out of the blue
A culinary romance with fusion flavours and accidental marvels... sums up the dining experience at Mumbai's Out of the Blue.
Introducing the new signature fragrance for women BOSS Orange; a captivating scent inspired by the multiple expressions that characterise modern femininity. This dynamic new fragrance encapsulates the passion and creativity of the BOSS Orange ...
Make it natural
Giving birth need not be a source of anxiety. Childbirth classes can help women learn coping techniques and also stay in tune with their natural rhythms.
Blame it on medicines
Accidental ingestion of drugs by children can have serious consequences. One way to prevent this is to have child-resistant packaging, as in the West.
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