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Vol 9 Issue 17, Apr 20, 2018 - Apr 26, 2018.

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  • Born bad?

    Born bad?

    Is it all in the genes? Baddies are born rather than made, say some researchers in Canada, while others say that the growth environment of an individual too plays a role, says Nishant Arora 
      Posted    07-Mar-2016    Vol 7 Issue 10
  •  Woman's tales

    Woman's tales

    Easterine Kire took refuge in stories and storytelling from the gun battles, night ambushes and aggression in Nagaland. Ninglun Hanghal profiles the woman who has penned 25 books since 1982  
      Posted    07-Mar-2016    Vol 7 Issue 10
  • Ills of Ilizarov

    Ills of Ilizarov

    Ilizarov surgery is being done since 1950s to fix infected non-union of bones. But its misuse for cosmetic purposes, to gain height, is causing concern, say Rupesh Dutta and Nishant Arora
      Posted    07-Mar-2016    Vol 7 Issue 10
  • Driving ahead

    Driving ahead

    Women suffering abuse at home and workplace have managed to steer their way out and hit the road of independence and prosperity thanks to Humsafar, an NGO launched by activist Arundhati Dhuru
      Posted    29-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 9
  • Summer special

    Summer special

    Well-known herbal beauty expert, Shahnaz Husain warns us against ultraviolet rays and gives tips to protect the skin from suntan, sunburn, using moisturising and sunscreen creams effectively
      Posted    29-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 9
  • Treatment & spa

    Treatment & spa

    You might have heard of spa treatment but now you can visit a spa if you are on treatment at this hospital in Kochi. Sanu George finds out how Elizabeth Chacko opened her spa at Aster Medcity
      Posted    29-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 9
  • Storming celluloid

    Storming celluloid

    Infusing life into popular Hindi music by giving it a Bollywood spin has now become a trend, says Natalia Ningthoujam, reeling out a list of the songs that have made it to some recent films
      Posted    22-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 8
  • White revolution

    White revolution

    National Dairy Development Board is helping a million farmers in 15 states by enabling them make a profit of Rs 15 to 20 in a litre of milk, its chairman T Nanda Kumar tells Nityanand Shukla
      Posted    22-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 8
  • Cinema city

    Cinema city

    Historians have nothing to dig in Chandigarh. But Bollywood has been finding heroes in the relatively new city. ‘Neerja’ is the third film inspired by someone from there, says Jaideep Sarin
      Posted    15-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 7
  • View from above

    View from above

    Taking her first paramotor ride over Guwahati, Natalia Ningthoujam turns nostalgic. She was in the city after 20 years for a cultural festival and notes that two good things have not changed
      Posted    08-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 6
  • Moving kitchens

    Moving kitchens

    Street food is staging a comeback in Kerala after a lull, says Sanu George, who finds the modern van-turned-kitchen to be clean with facilities ensuring that the food is cheap and hygienic  
      Posted    08-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 6
  • Firm child

    Firm child

    One thing that the civilized world admires in Irom Sharmila is her refusal to give up the fight. Even as a child she was very firm, says a book on her by Anubha Bhonsle. Here is an excerpt
      Posted    08-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 6
  • Cure all

    Cure all

    Since nearly 18 % of India’s rural population has no access to health care now, experts explore the underlying challenges of delivering on the promise of “health for all”, says Vivek Ratnakar
      Posted    02-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 5
  • Rural service

    Rural service

    Giving up a corporate job, Sanchaita Gajapati Raju - activist, lawyer, political scientist and filmmaker - works in villages. Clean drinking water and sanitation are her priorities, she says
      Posted    02-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 5
  • Intriguing palace

    Intriguing palace

    Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, which is now a Taj group property, has been named the best hotel. Head there to revel in the luxury of a bygone era and have a royal feel, says Somrita Ghosh
      Posted    02-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 5
  • Sweet Punjab

    Sweet Punjab

    On the highways of Punjab, motorists stop at places where local farmers make fresh jaggery or gur and also shakkar (powdered gur), says Jaideep Sarin capturing the season’s taste and flavour
      Posted    23-Jan-2016    Vol 7 Issue 4
  • Embers of cloth

    Embers of cloth

    Despite modern heating gadgets flooding the market, Kashmiris still use Kangri, which is an earthen pot filled with red-hot charcoal. They even carry it inside their dress, says Shamshad Ali
      Posted    16-Jan-2016    Vol 7 Issue 3
  • Saviour CM

    Saviour CM

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav is winning hearts. In the latest, he got a surgery done on a four-year-old girl to remove a football size tumour from her head, says Mohit Dubey
      Posted    16-Jan-2016    Vol 7 Issue 3
  • A new life

    A new life

    The way women of Rajnat clan in Rajasthan’s Bandersindri village gave up their traditional sex work to turn a new leaf in life and also their men stopped pimping was amazing says Abha Sharma
      Posted    11-Jan-2016    Vol 7 Issue 2
  • Sporting year

    Sporting year

    The New Year promises to offer a feast to sports lovers as 2016 unfolds. Ajeyo Basu unveils a potentially interesting calendar of sporting events at various arenas to keep Indians enthralled
      Posted    11-Jan-2016    Vol 7 Issue 2
  • Must-see palace

    Must-see palace

    Vadodara’s Lukshmi Vilas Palace is a magnificent blend of ideas carved in stone, says Azera Parveen Rahman, adding that it will not leave the visitors’ mind long after they leave the premises
      Posted    11-Jan-2016    Vol 7 Issue 2
  • Women on move

    Women on move

    That tribal and rural women need not live on the fringes was proved when 500 artisans, weavers and farmers exhibited and sold their organic products and handicrafts in Delhi, says Tripti Nath
      Posted    04-Jan-2016    Vol 7 Issue 1
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