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Preeti Shenoy
Sliceoflife: It’s pretty simple Really

Last week, a video, which starred the actors of the movie, Lipstick Under My Burkha, went viral gathering more than 6.8 million views, and over a 91,000 shares at the time of filing this piece.

Advaita Kala
Moodindigo: Conditions Apply

In a prelude to what has happened in the past few weeks in West Bengal when it comes to free speech a cautionary editorial titled A Bonfire of Free Speech written in 2012, makes for chilling readin

Payal Dhar
Gizmo geek: A HiFi Design: Vinyl Meets Digital

Rumour has it that vinyl is making a comeback. In fact, this is more than a mere rumour, and is backed by increased sales of records over the past years.

Yajurvindra Singh
Close-In: Second to none

The Indian women’s cricket team has come home to a rousing welcome. The players deserved such reception, as they played some outstanding cricket at the just concluded ICC ODI World Cup.

Ranjan Das
ScreenSavour: It’s all relative

The recent controversy surrounding nepotism in the Hindi film industry vis-à-vis Kangana Ranaut and Saif Ali Khan, Varun Dhawan and Karan Johar has thrown up a very old debate concerning the indust

Sandeep Bamzai
Cut & Thrust: Feeding the frenzy

The little guy is always going to have a slingshot and someone is going to pay for it — Vietnam and Afghanistan characterise this bloody guerrilla war — where the heavy hitters were roiled brutally

Zehra Naqvi
Spiritual intelligence & quest for self knowledge

Charles P Steinmetz was a German-American mathematician and electrical engineer of the late 19th century, whose work as a scientist significantly influenced the expansion of the electrical power in

Rajgopal Nidamboor
Take heart to mind your brain

It would have been a much-honoured regulation for our early philosophers to refer to the thinking brain as the seat of our mental life.

BK Chaturvedi
Developing a global oil major

A few days back government announced its decision to merge HPCL with ONGC.

Kuruvilla Pandikattu
Lead kindly, and you will go places

We know some bosses who are cruel beyond imagination.  Their very presence is enslaving. They cause so much of harm to the subjects under them.

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