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Lot of emphasis on scientific approach in hockey training: Arjun Halappa
Business Standard

Lot of emphasis on scientific approach in training: Halappa

Former India skipper Arjun Halappa believes the recent success of the Indian hockey teams, both senior and junior, need to be attributed to the new approach adopted in training. "There is a lot of difference when it comes to training when compared to my ... Business Standard, 3 days ago

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IOM to launch displacement tracking system in Afghanistan as humanitarian crisis looms

[Switzerland], Jan. 28 (ANI): The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is launching a new displacement tracking system in Afghanistan to better understand population movements and needs amid concerns of a severe humanitarian crisis induced by sudden ...
 Sify1 month ago
Mathrubhumi

How to gain super-sized memory with training!

London: Far from being limited to a gifted few, the ability to perform astonishing feats of memory, such as remembering lists of several dozen words, can be learned, say researchers. In a study published in the journal Neuron, the researchers showed that ...
 Mathrubhumi1 week ago

A watchful eye on wildlife

Night has fallen at Liwonde National Park in Malawi, but the trespassers are clearly visible. Three hundred feet in the air, a thermal camera attached to a BatHawk drone tracks their boat, a black sliver gliding up the luminous gray Shire river. "They're ...
 Deccan Herald5 hours ago
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What reality will replace the dream of 1947?

'Our prime minister manifests a vision for India to be great and powerful, but the modernity required -- of thinking, attitudes, behaviour -- seems alien, if not abhorrent, to his constituency and associates,' says Ambassador K Shankar Bajpai.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Is 2017 another anniversary of 1947, or a turning point? India at 70 differs widely from what it was and what most founding fathers envisaged. The Constitution they gave us on Republic Day 1950 suited their vision, but ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

Seeking Boris Pasternak in Putin Country

IT WAS A sunny morning in the month of May in Peredelkino, a sleepy Stalin era writer’s colony in the suburbs of Moscow. The year was 1956. Boris Pasternak walked out of his dacha clutching a thick packet. “This is Doctor Zhivago. May it make its way ...
 Open Magazine2 weeks ago

The Beauty of Disruption

THE ELEGANT CAMONDO steps in Galata leading to the Bankalar Caddesi, the street of banks, which the Camondo family developed, still stand. But the Camondo family, along with tens of thousands of other Jews who fled from major Ottoman cities in 1943 (such as ...
 Open Magazine2 weeks ago
DNA

St James, Delhi's oldest church set to get a facelift

The oldest church in the Capital, Saint James, is all set to get a facelift. The church, built in 1836, is a major landmark in the Kashmere Gate area. Built on a Greek-cross plan, the church sports fine colonial classical architecture with a florentine dome.
 DNA2 weeks ago

RISKFACTOR: Me, myself and I

Have you noticed how the news and pictures that we share on social media are about our successes and good times? Have you come across folks who say they are trained at Harvard or Stanford when they have actually done only a week or 15-day long course (and ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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'If I live in constant fear of being arrested, I'll stop the work I do'

‘The Congress or Kejriwal may be corrupt but at least you will not be thrashed black and blue. Your children will not be threatened by those regimes.’ ‘Journalists’ jobs are less secure today. So they are more scared about challenging what they are told to do and what not to do.’ ‘If the Aurangzeb road memory is valid, then the memory of the 2002 Gujarat riots is also valid.’ IMAGE: Journalist-turned-activist Teesta Setalvad. Photograph: PTI ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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