Delhi HC restrains publication of ex-Hockey India coach Marijne’s book

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New Delhi-- The Delhi High Court on Monday restrained Sjoerd Marijne, former coach of Indian Women's hockey team, and HarperCollins Publishers India Private Limited...

Occult offences beyond Scooby-Doo: Cracking ‘supernatural’ crimes

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BY VIKAS DATTA Is evil a cosmic constant, or a human construct? The answer may not be easy to find and hinge on the intensity...

Ex-President Kovind releases book “Ambedkar and Modi’, draws parallels between them

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New Delhi-- Former President Ram Nath Kovind on Friday released a book titled "Ambedkar and Modi: Reformer's Ideas, Performer's Implementation" here in presence of...

Book releases this month

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New Dehli-- Developing good habits at a young age can help pave the way for a prosperous future. Reading is a habit that we...

‘Tints of history and culture’: A romp through the deeper significance of colours

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BY VIKAS DATTA It may only be a phenomenon of the electromagnetic spectrum, as analysed by our eyes and brain, but given how much we...

A professional assassin with a conscience and his chequered life

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BY VIKAS DATTA Humans, possibly following some atavistic but ingrained impulse, are initially geared up to recognise a binary value system, but most soon learn...

Book Review: Celebrating the saga of the ubiquitous chair in its myriad forms

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New Delhi-"The Chair is omnipresent yet discreet. It stays unobtrusively in our lives. Modest as it is, however, the chair, symbolically, rises above mere...

Mallika Sarabhai opens up on battles with grief, ‘future-proofing’ her body

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New Delhi-- This is a frank portrayal of the extraordinary life of acclaimed dancer, actor and activist Mallika Sarabhai, very aptly titled 'In Free...

I’m chuffed at the stimulating aspect of mentoring: Viswanathan Anand

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New Delhi-- Cool as a cucumber: that's five-times World Chess Champion Viswanathan Anand. Cooped up in Germany due to the Coronavirus pandemic, he returned home...

Rushdie’s son says author off ventilator, retains ‘feisty sense of humour’

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New York-- Booker Prize-winning author Salman Rushdie remains in critical condition, but retains his feisty sense of humour, his son Zafar Rushdie said in a...
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