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Do you suffer from CFS?
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Do you suffer from CFS?

Chronic fatigue syndrome may have its origin in your gut, says Nikita Puri.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com For a long time, the origins and causes of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome have been shrouded in uncertainties, and a cursory search on the web for CFS promptly suggests that the condition may be psychological. With no known triggers and a lengthy process of diagnosis, the condition which causes debilitating fatigue was until now rather mystified. But researchers at Cornell University have ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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7.4 billion human avatars play this game

Have you ever heard of/or played this longest-running virtual game?Ashish Sharma gives you a lowdown on how to play this game!Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Real Life is played by 7.4 billion players, who buy goods and services using in-game currency called 'money', as distinct from Second Life's in-game currency called 'Linden dollars'. Real Life is the longest-running virtual game, and the registration process here is different from other virtual games. A potential avatar has to wait ...
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Honest taxpayer? You will be honoured

Officials said the policy to honour 'honest and compliant' taxpayers has been revived after decades with the Union Finance Ministry clearing the proposal. IMAGE: Govt to honour honest taxpayers. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com     In a novel initiative revived after decades, the CBDT will soon honour lakhs of "honest and compliant" tax payers from across the country who have paid their Income Tax dues diligently over the years. The Central Board of Direct Taxes has created ...
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If I stop acting, I won't exist: Soumitra Chatterjee

The octogenarian actor on being Satyajit Ray's alter ego, shunning Bollywood, Bengal's kitchen politics, and working non-stop at the age of 81 Before shooting began for Shakha Proshakha (1990)—Satyajit Ray's penultimate film and the last of actor ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago
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After Ritu, Goutamda and Srijit bring out the best in me: Prosenjit

8 September 2016, New Delhi, Shayani Mukherjee Considered to be one of the finest actors, successful in both commercial and alternative cinema, Prosenjit Chatterjee talks about his inspiration, films, Kolkata and his dream role... With ...
 Millennium Post2 weeks ago
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Exclusive! An excerpt from Suketu Mehta's latest novella

'It was the first document he had seen that asked him about his past in such detail; it was the only interest this country (America) had shown in his origins, and it was most inconvenient. To get ahead, he had to find out where he had come from.' Award-winning New York-based author of Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found, Suketu Mehta's latest short story is about Mahesh, who has a perfect NRI life in the USA -- so perfect that he can't remember a thing about his past in India, not even his ...
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Strains to build dreams on

Sangeet Piyasi celebrated the 25th year of its gloriously melodic existence with a grand four-day music festival at Rabindra Sadan (11-14 August). All the days were dedicated to legends like Subodh Ganguly (lyricist-composer and founder of Bangiya ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago
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Your data can be kidnapped, too!

Digital extortion, in which hackers lock out all your data and seek ransom, is a real threat today, says Veenu Sandhu. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. The employees of an ayurveda company in Amritsar recently came to office to find themselves locked out of their computers. Try as they might, they were unable to log in. Their usernames and passwords had been rendered null and void. When the company’s IT team investigated, it found that the main server had been hacked and ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Trolls Impact? No Letters to the Editor please

'It may not be coincidental that the rise of these warriors with their bile and diatribes has come at a time when the concept of neutrality in journalism is fading,' says Amulya Ganguli.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh Two major newspapers -- The Times of India and Hindustan Times -- have done away with the Letters to the Editor column. Why the decision was taken in the secluded board rooms of the two giant establishments will never be known. Perhaps it was felt that the contents of the letters were ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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English quiz: Uff! These opposites can be confusing

It's not as simple as you think. People often think that by merely adding prefixes (un, dis or im) to a word, you can change its meaning. For example: In (prefix) + correct (word) = incorrect In + accurate = inaccurateMis + lead = mislead But there are exceptions to this rule. Take, for example, the word famous. You might think it's the opposite is infamous, but it's not. Famous means 'known by many people'. Infamous people are also well-known, but for the wrong reasons. Just by adding 'in' to ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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