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Near Death Experience

By Khushwant Singh
Public around the globe, including those who have no idea where Chile is on the map of the world, identified themselves with the 33 miners buried more than 2,000 feet under the earth looking for copper and gold for over two months.

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Garhwal: Land of Gods

By Arijit Kumar
Land of Gods, as Garhwal is known as is gifted with immense natural beauty. Garhwal is smack in the middle of the Himalayas, with Himachal Pradesh in the West and North-west; Tibet in the North; the plains of Western Uttar Pradesh in the South and Kumaon in the East.

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An All-rounder from Ribandar

What made you enter the tiatr industry?
I was always fascinated by tiatrs and as a child I would attend tiatrs by Prince Jacob and Roseferns. I would imagine myself acting alongside with these towering personalities, and this perhaps triggered my inner talents.

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How We Suppress Child Scientists

By Dr Nandkumar M Kamat
After explaining the structure and function of human neurons - once I asked my post-graduate students in their early twenties – “At the current level of technology, what would be the size of the supercomputer which would match the structural and functional complexity of the human brain?”

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‘It’s exciting to see the younger cricketers wanting to play Tests’

By Nagraj Gollapudi
How does it feel to be the coach of the World’s No 1 Test side?
It has been a great experience to be part of this team. We set our sights way back, maybe two-and-a-half years ago, where we felt that we had the team that could consistently be the best in Test cricket.

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Romance’s Latest Icons The Obamas

By Elayne Clift
It’s been clear from the start: Michelle and Barack Obama are a happy couple. Like no First Couple before them, they frequently reveal signs of affection and mutual respect, holding hands in public, gazing into each other’s eyes, and alluding to private jokes in public. They go on dates. They co-parent. In short, they are true partners.

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The Right Choice

By Mani Pande
The “mechanical” quality of life that industrialisation fostered was proving to be a source of dissatisfaction for many, which made it ripe for its satirization by Charlie Chaplin in his 1936 film Modern Times.

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Descendants of Guru Nanak

By Dhananjaya Bhat
Guru Nanak Jayanti falls on the full moon day in the month of Kartik (October – November).and this year it is on November 21, 2010. Very rarely in the history of the world, have we been able to preserve the list of all the lineal descendants of great saints and prophets.

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Lights of Sweet Triumph

By Prajal Sakhardande
Diwali celebrations are on! Sweets, fireworks, lights, akash-divo, pontis, phov, bhau-beej, laxmi-poojan and the works… Diwali is great fun – the celebration of life, enlightenment and light.
Our ancestors taught us to worship Mother Nature and Mother Earth and thereby express our gratitude to the various elements of nature. In the case of Diwali it is to light that we express our gratitude.

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A Career Well Charted

By Mário Cabral e Sá
I am glad Eduardo Faleiro was felicitated on his 70th birthday. I could not attend for reasons of health his graceful invitation to lunch at his house at Raia, his ancestral village.

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