Health/Wellness

NUTRIENT ‘AMMO’ FOR ALLERGY

RICHARD FIRSHEIN

As the manager of her family’s raucous Irish pub in midtown Manhattan, twenty-eight-year-old Molly Tracey was as far removed from a pure diet and environment as she could get...
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THE STORY OF SLEEP

VENKATESH GOVINDARAJAN

Sleep disorders are far more variegated and complex than you think. The causative factors are numerous and the complementary, synergistic effects they have, make this a chall...
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WEIGHT LOSS MADE SIMPLE

RICHARD FIRSHEIN

Cindy Patton was a woman who, like many, had battled with her weight for years, but never seemed to make much progress in controlling it. For Cindy, avoiding obesity was of the utm...
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Art/Literature/Culture

A FAREWELL TO THE GRANDMASTERS OF FILM

ELLIS CASHMORE

Fate can be economical: it picks its victims, not in an arbitrary or random manner, but in a ruthlessly efficient, emotion-saving way. No sooner have we started to rhapsodize over the legacy left by visionar...
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15 YEARS OF BRICK LANE

RAJGOPAL NIDAMBOOR

The Booker Prize has often thrown surprises — sometimes, with good intent; sometimes, without rationale. If Arundhati Roy’s brilliant novel, Read More

THE MAGIC OF SHAMMI KAPOOR

RAJGOPAL NIDAMBOOR

No yesteryear hero holds as much appeal for an entirely new generation, as Shammi ‘Yahoo’ Kapoor.  More so, because, Shammi, as he’s fondly known, established a niche of his ow...
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Philosophy/Spirituality/New-Age

EVOLVE THYSELF

ANDRE ZIZI

The reality of our daily observations is far deeper than the rabbit hole. People who are sceptical about what makes our potential infinite consciousness real, and of what we can create beyond our wildest imagination, need to take a deep...

WALK THE TALK

VENKATESH GOVINDARAJAN

I visualise sometimes, at the risk of being immodest, when by dint of honest hard work, patience and perseverance, I may get well-deserved recognition — national or global — and, accolades to go with it. I may be...

Science/Technology

WASTE IS NO WASTE

VENKATESH GOVINDARAJAN

Rice is the staple food of millions of people in the world. India is the second largest producer of this crop — most of which is consumed domestically. It also brings in useful foreign exchange to the country. When we ...

FULL CIRCLE, AHOY

VENKATESH GOVINDARAJAN

It has always been a matter of perspective. Half-empty, or half-full, to cull the psychologist’s lingo. This applies to what the anthroposphere was regard...

PLASTICS: GOOD & BAD

RAJGOPAL NIDAMBOOR

The world of plastics is nothing short of a wonder — a ‘smorgasbord’ of realistic miracles. Picture this — as scientists bend light through wafer-thin plastics, while using silicone, the outcome is nothing...