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Indiraji’s Scientific Vision for India

By Nandkumar M Kamat
Once, when I was in the second standard at the Santa Cruz Government Primary School, my principal asked me to offer a garland to the then prime minister, Indira Gandhi.

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Fast and Furious

It will be a-dream-come-true for several Formula 1 lovers of this cricket fanatic nation who had to witness the nerve cracking actions in their small screens at home till now.

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No Health Without Mental Health!

By Gracy Andrew
Think of  the words ‘mental health’ and the images that would most probably come to your mind is some one running on the streets screaming out nonsensical words that make sense to no one or scenes that we have often seen in Bollywood cinema - of people walking around a hospital ward evoking laughter with their quaint behaviour.

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Anorexic in Fashion?

By Valeria Marchetti
The cover of Vogue Italy’s September 2011 issue - timed to appear during the Italian fashion week - features Stella Tennant, the striking 40-year-old super model and mother of three.

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A Strange Diwali Celebration

By Shekher Phadnis
Diwali is celebrated all over India in a multitude of ways. Kali puja in Bengal, Narakasura Vadham in South India, Bharat Milap in North India and so on. But the strangest celebration is by having a ritual…cow dung bath!

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Hero of Goa’s Subaltern History: Anton Francis

BY Prajal Sakhardande
History tells us that the Kunbis, Gawdas, Velips and Kharwis were the first Neolithic people who set up ancient agricultural, socialistic, democratic, republican village communities called the Gaunkaris.

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TV Channels and Censorship

By Tomazinho Cardozo
As reported, the government of India plans to impose certain restrictions on TV content. In fact, the Union Cabinet has already approved a proposal which empowers the Information and Broadcasting Ministry to not renew licences of TV channels if the ministry feels that the programmes aired on them are vulgar, obscene, anti-national, etc.

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Pros and Cons of the Anna Movement

By Mário Cabral e Sá
There is so much of confusion out there that it will be wise if for once I tried the staccato style to make my size understood.

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Amazing Veggies

By Dr Kasturi Desai
It is amazing to note the diversity we have in the world of veggies. Since they are different parts of plants, their nutritional values and medicinal uses also vary considerably.

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Mind Over Matter

By Marilia Priyanka Fernandes
Mysterious. Immense. Powerful. Expandable. These are just a few adjectives that describe the wonders of the human mind.

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