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15 Unknown and Astonishing Powers of Om

In the Hindu sacred texts called Upanishads, it is explicitly mentioned that “In the beginning there was the word and the word was Om.”

Jan

27

2015

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Nuturing Innovation

Why does Geography feel less critical to innovation these days.

Jan

16

2015

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India’s Bad Example on Free Speech

No major democracy has less to teach the world about how to respond to blasphemy.

Jan

16

2015

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India's Superhero Snacks

Indians love their snacks, and now an Indian artist has created a series of drawings where popular snacks items from across the country are depicted as superheroes.

Jan

16

2015

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Fragrance of Gujarat Spreading Across the World

Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan today said Gujarat is like his home state, whose "fragrance" is spreading across India and the world as well.

Jan

14

2015

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How to Design an Indian Classic

When it came to the Murty Classical Library of India, whose first five books were published this week by Harvard University Press, part of the answer turned out to be: think pink.

Jan

14

2015

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For Sale: Modi Island

Modi Island isn’t, as you might suppose, a theme park dedicated to Narendra Modi in Gujarat.

Jan

13

2015

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Many Sikhs and Hindus Leave Afghanistan

Members of Religious Minority Say Their Customs Aren’t Welcomed; Some See Hope in New Government

Jan

13

2015

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Mumbai’s Crime is its Intellectual Death

There is little its residents have done to improve upon their British inheritance.

Jan

13

2015

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The Real Truth Behind Age-old Hindu Beliefs

The ancient thinkers of India were not only scientists and mathematicians, but also deeply religious, esteemed saints of their time.

Jan

13

2015

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12 Dams That Changed the World

From the iconic Hoover Dam of US to India’s Sardar Sarovar, – are they a boon or bane?

Jan

12

2015

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Khadi Couture

Enough with the whitewashing, Let’s celebrate desi skin.

Jan

12

2015

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The Power of One Woman's Fast

What the woman who refuses to eat tells us about India.

Jan

12

2015

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Is Jingoistic Science Discrediting Achievements of Ancient Indian Knowledge

Other scientists argue that jingoistic science discredits the genuinely astounding achievements of ancient Indian knowledge.

Jan

12

2015

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Dream Run

Can India’s new crop of middle-distance runners, mostly from tribal areas, bring Olympic glory?

Jan

12

2015

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India's Troubled Tryst With Free Speech

The attack on French weekly Charlie Hebdo has sparked off a furious debate globally about the limits of freedom of speech. In India, that fundamental freedom is a legal oxymoron.

Jan

09

2015

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Sachin Tendulkar to Act in Biopic

Indian cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar is set to play himself in a film being made on his life.

Jan

07

2015

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This is no Pink Chaddi

You've got a napkin' protest against Kochi strip search runs cold.

Jan

07

2015

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Back to the Future

Gadgets, platforms, services—how will technology and your interaction with it change in 2015?

Jan

07

2015

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India Ex- Minister's Wife Murdered

Police in the Indian capital Delhi say that they are treating the death of the wife of former Indian minister Shashi Tharoor as murder.

Jan

07

2015

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Old Cars Banned Over Delhi's Dirty Air

Vehicles more than 15 years old are being ordered off the streets in the Indian capital New Delhi in an attempt to cut pollution.

Jan

07

2015

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Home to Most Indian Philanthropists

Mumbai is home to most Indian philanthropists, according to Hurun India Philanthropy List 2014.

Jan

07

2015

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Australia Cautions Visitors to India

Australia has revised its travel advisory for India asking its citizens to exercise high degree of caution while travelling to that country, citing high threat of terrorist activities.

Jan

07

2015

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6 IIMs Yet to Take Off

6 IIMs yet to take off as HRD ministry drags feet on land, mentors

Jan

06

2015

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Stand, Walk, Push, Pull

Forget gadgets, apps, machines and fad diets this year—experts tell you the foolproof, no-nonsense fundamentals of staying fit

Jan

06

2015

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Brewery Apology Over Gandhi Beer Can

An American brewery has apologised for putting a picture of Indian independence hero Mahatma Gandhi on its beer cans.

Jan

06

2015

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Team India for World Cup 2015

Yuvraj Singh and Murali Vijay could not make it to India’s 15-member squad for the World Cup.

Jan

06

2015

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Sunanda Pushkar Was Murdered

50-year-old Sunanda was an Indo-Canadian businessperson and the wife of then minister of state for human resource development, Shashi Tharoor.

Jan

05

2015

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Most Cancer Cases are Caused by Bad Luck

Cancer is often caused by the "bad luck" of random mutations that arise when cells divide, not family history or environmental causes.

Jan

05

2015

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Ancient Indian Planes Flew to Planets

Indians had mastered aviation thousands of years before the Wright brothers, claimed a controversial paper presented at the 102nd Indian Science Congress.

Jan

04

2015

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Fast-Food Chains' New Year's Resolution

Health experts have long been blaming increased fast food consumption for the rising incidence of obesity and other lifestyle diseases.

Jan

04

2015

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Surgeries and Rig Veda

References of advanced surgeries are also found in Rigveda considered as first text of universe, created not later than 6000 B.C.

Jan

02

2015

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Hands of Hope

India couple who lost children in tsunami find joy in orphans.

Jan

02

2015

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Worst Breakfast Options to Start Your Day

Do you know that some of the a.m. choices that we make is completely wrong.

Jan

02

2015

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Dhoni’s Unusual Moment of Silence Stumps Everyone

For some of his teammates, the whole experience of the skipper suddenly announcing his retirement hasn’t sunk in yet.

Dec

31

2014

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Love of Yoga Fuels a $27 bn Industry in America

The growth in the yoga market is reflected in the growth of the Journal itself. Founded in 1975, it now has 10 international editions.

Dec

31

2014

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Unruly in the Air

At presentpilots and air hostesses are unclear about how to handle the problem.

Dec

31

2014

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M S Dhoni Retires from Test Cricket

M S Dhoni's Test career came to an end in the same way that he has often played his cricket — with a quirky, inscrutable move that seemed to defy logic and left eyebrows raised all around.

Dec

30

2014

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Indian Chains in New York, Worthy of Their Flagships

With hundreds of Indian restaurants in New York City, one would think finding authentic food, or desi khana, would be easy. w567890.

Dec

30

2014

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An Introduction to the Gujarati Man

Only 5% of the population, but talk about cream of the crop

Dec

30

2014

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Sweat the Small Stuff

The key to good health lies in making small, basic changes to your lifestyle

Dec

30

2014

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Bangalore Blast, Sandalwood on Alert

The Kannada film industry is rather shaken by the recent low intensity bomb blast in Bengaluru.

Dec

27

2014

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Delhi Delights

May be, just maybe, we can start being friends, Delhi and Mumbai? Ring out the old rivalry?

Dec

26

2014

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Finding Love in Delhi's Red Light District

Kat Katha is beginning to offer here, what is perhaps of the greatest value is, quite simply, their provision of love.

Dec

25

2014

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Lord Hanuman Had a Son

In fact, he also did not know that he had a son, who was quite brave and valiant.

Dec

24

2014

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India’s Birth Rate Shrinks

India’s birth rate declined dramatically in the last two decades.

Dec

23

2014

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Spy Agencies' Failure Resulted in 26/11 Mumbai Attacks

In one of the most glaring intelligence failures, spy agencies of the United States, Britain and India failed to join the dots gathered after their high-tech surveillance

Dec

22

2014

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Africans in India: From Slaves To Rulers

India and Africa have a shared history in trade, music, religion, arts and architecture, but the historical link between these two diverse regions is rarely discussed.

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