Vol 8 Issue 47, Nov 17, 2017 - Nov 23, 2017.

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  • Living raconteur

    Living raconteur

    Preserving a dying tradition of story-telling in this digital age, Deepa Kiran enthralls people, mainly school children, with her multiple skills. S Sainath profiles the woman from Hyderabad who can explain the power of 2 using a chessboard
      Posted    22-Dec-2015    Vol 6 Issue 51
  • Addicted to screen?

    Addicted to screen?

    Modern kids with smart phones may be suffering from loneliness more than the elderly and some may even need deaddiction treatment to wean them away from gazing the screen, says Nishant Arora
      Posted    14-Dec-2015    Vol 6 Issue 50
  • Self help

    Self help

    ‘Calm down and get more things done in life’ is the basic mantra of David Allen’s ‘Getting Things Done’ training programme that offers to change the way people work and live, says Fakir Balaji
      Posted    07-Dec-2015    Vol 6 Issue 49
  • Staying fit

    Staying fit

    Fitness conscious Indian consumers are opting for smartwatches and other wearable devices to monitor the calories burned, heart rate, blood pressure and skin temperature, says Shaifali Agrawal
      Posted    07-Dec-2015    Vol 6 Issue 49
  • Priceless art

    Priceless art

    A silent, voiceless, tribal population in India has enormous talents, but has been denied its due recognition. Bhavana Akella spoke to some of them at a tribal conclave and got their stories 
      Posted    07-Dec-2015    Vol 6 Issue 49
  • Aged Mahal

    Aged Mahal

    Agra is turning into a pensioner’s paradise as its laid back lifestyle is more suitable to the aged, says Brij Khandelwal, attributing it to the trend of the youth fleeing to greener pastures
      Posted    30-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 48
  • Saving girls

    Saving girls

    In this home for sex workers’ daughters, the girls are trained on what they want and are good at. It’s to ensure that they don’t go back to their mothers’ profession, says Surekha Kadapa-Bose
      Posted    30-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 48
  • Jewels, naturally

    Jewels, naturally

    Beyond diamonds and gold, women are now designing and also wearing jewellery made of natural materials, says Surekha Kadapa-Bose, throwing light on the trend and the market with some tips   
      Posted    23-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 47
  • Home cure

    Home cure

    Care of the elderly or terminally ill at home comes with the added benefit of speedy recovery besides low cost. Prashant Kumar finds the efficient service of Health Care At Home India laudable
      Posted    23-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 47
  • One for family

    One for family

    The Ajman Palace Hotel in UAE is a five star property that is halal-friendly. The alcohol-free, family focused hotel is much sought mainly for holding all-women parties, says Jaideep Sarin
      Posted    23-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 47
  • Tribal tourism

    Tribal tourism

    The Odisha government plans to lift the restrictions imposed on the visit of foreign tourists to certain tribal pockets in the State by introducing fresh guidelines, reports Chinmaya Dehury  
      Posted    16-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 46
  • Refreshing drink

    Refreshing drink

    One of Hyderabad’s well-kept secrets could be the Arabic ghava that you could get in Barkas, an area in the old city known for its strong roots with the Arab countries, says Mohammed Shafeeq 
      Posted    16-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 46
  • The family club

    The family club

    Aparajita Gupta captures the essence of what Peter Leach and Tatwamasi Dixit have discussed in their book ‘Indian Family Business Mantras,’ which analyses some top Indian family-run businesses
      Posted    16-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 46
  • Star power

    Star power

    The era of supermodels in India is long gone, feels Neha Dhupia. The former Miss India, model-turned-actress points out that models are smitten with the glitz and glamour of the silver screen
      Posted    16-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 46
  • Unhappy times

    Unhappy times

    Is the present generation, with all its snazzy gadgets and modern comforts, an unhappy lot? So says a new study that found that both men and women in 30s were lot happier in 1970s than today
      Posted    07-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 45
  • Like Beatle child

    Like Beatle child

    Inspired by Stella McCartney, British designer and daughter of Paul McCartney of The Beatles, Indian fashionistas are now going for eco-friendly fabrics. Surekha Kadapa-Bose checks it out
      Posted    07-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 45
  • Aging bravely

    Aging bravely

    I want to enjoy a healthy, productive, and, yes, pleasurable life as long as possible, says Elayne Clift, commenting on longevity and marveling at those stretching themselves to the maximum
      Posted    07-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 45
  • India and UN

    India and UN

    Illustrating the arm-in-arm journey of India and United Nations, Asoke Kumar Mukerjee has brought out a 374-page pictorial book, chronicling events that shaped their history, says Arul Louis
      Posted    02-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 44
  • Exploring Ganga

    Exploring Ganga

    After an adventurous trip to the South Pole, Norwegian Liv Arnesen is now on a 60-day, 2,525 km expedition along River Ganges with Ann Bancroft and five other women from different continents
      Posted    02-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 44
  • Under water

    Under water

    The latest fitness fad that is gaining popularity is aqua aerobics, which is emerging as a counter to the ill effects of stress and modern life-style diseases like diabetics, says Ankit Sinha
      Posted    19-Oct-2015    Vol 6 Issue 42
  • Adieu, Zaheer

    Adieu, Zaheer

    Zaheer Khan, who hung up his boots after a 14-year-old career in international cricket, was a master of reverse swing. A profile of the 37-year-old pacer, who will continue to play for IPL 
      Posted    19-Oct-2015    Vol 6 Issue 42
  • Musical folks

    Musical folks

    The folk music festival in Jodhpur creates new music with Rajasthani and international artistes coming together. The festival’s director clarifies to Bhavana Akella that it is no fusion music
      Posted    12-Oct-2015    Vol 6 Issue 41
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