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What are you cooking this Diwali? Tell us!
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What are you cooking this Diwali? Tell us!

Share your Diwali recipes with us and we'll publish it! Photograph: Kind courtesy Hari Prasad Nadig/Creative Commons Diwali is here!  Like every other year, we're sure you are looking forward to treating your loved ones to some sumptuous sweets and snacks cooked at home. Shakkarpare, gujjias, chivda, chakli, besan ka laddoo -- the list is endless. So, dear readers, what are you cooking this Diwali? Tell us! Is it something traditional, a recipe you learned from your mother? Or ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago
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Film maker laments over declining status of Kannada language

Award-winning renowned filmmaker Nagathihalli Chandrasekhar regretted that commodity status offered to languages has led to declining position of Kannada. Speaking at a panel discussion on 'Language Politics and Medium of Instruction: Challenges in a ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Opt for fragrant flower or detachable jewellery for your wedding

Ditch the common yellow metal and opt for jewellery made from flowers or invest in good detachable jewellery for your wedding, suggest experts.Sonal Sahrawat, creative head at Sonal's Bijoux & Adawna, and Rajesh Tulsiani, director at Dwarkadas Chandumal ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

Bagels, pretzels, Boo! How to explain science Nobel Prizes

Ilgin Karlidag City: Stockholm What do a pretzel, a lock of hair and a scream have in common? They've all been used to explain the highly complex scientific research honoured with a Nobel Prize to the general public. In recent years, the various Nobel science ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
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How modern technology is inspired by the natural world

What do a kingfisher, cocklebur pods and a Namibian beetle have in common? Besides being living organisms, they have all served as inspiration for creative human technologies to solve challenging problems. The kingfisher’s sleek beak spurred the ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

The music of Ishiguro's words

'Did the Nobel committee, reviled for awarding Mr Dylan, play a little inside joke this time around, by awarding another lyricist who was once an aspiring musician?' asks Uttaran Das Gupta.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com The announcement of the Nobel Prize in Literature for Kazuo Ishiguro was greeted unanimously with acknowledgement of the English novelist's achievements, which includes the Booker winning The Remains of the Day (1987). This was markedly different from last year when ...
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Review Secret Superstar: Zaira Wasim is an absolute wonder!

Secret Superstar's cheerful, feel-good imagery of a rotten reality reflects a young adult's hopeful perspective yet to be crushed by the weight of cynicism, says Sukanya Verma. To dream is to breathe, hope and survive. It's a gift every single person in the world is entitled to. To make it come true, though, can be a nightmare; not everyone succeeds and not everyone tries. But when you're a rosy-cheeked 15-year-old at the threshold of discovery, life holds infinite promise and stars the size ...
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'We can no more do away with the Mughals than we can do away with the British'

'Both empires had profound influences on modern India.''But neither can India's history be reduced to the actions of imperial rulers.''We need to think about India's history beyond India's current borders.' IMAGE: Shah Jahan, who built the Taj Mahal, with his son Dara Shikoh in 1638. Photograph: Kind courtesy the Victoria and Albert Museum. Scanned from a book, via Govardhan/Wikimedia Commons Harvard historian Sunil Amrith, 38, was utterly surprised and shocked to hear that he had won the ...
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5 Ways Artificial Intelligence Has Made Its Way Into Our Lives

Artificial intelligence a.k.a. intelligence presented by devices and machines has gradually, but increasingly, seeped its way into our lives. While AI was mostly a topic of research for several years, it is now progressively establishing its presence in the ...
 Trak.in1 week ago
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Unbelievable! 31% of Mumbai's workforce suffers stress

Over 60 per cent working professionals in Tier 1 cities are stressed says study. Stress is linked to most heart-related problems and is known to weaken the cardiovascular system.Photograph: Kind courtesy Bhernandez/Creative Commons Around 60 per cent working professionals in Tier 1 cities, including Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai, suffer from stress, as per the study conducted by Lybrate, an online doctor consultation platform, on the World Mental Health Day. The ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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