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Curbs On Int'l Flights Not To Be Lifted Soon; Not Much Demand: Official
The government is unlikely to lift the restrictions on international flights immediately, a senior civil aviation ministry official has indicated, saying current frequencies under air bubble arrangements are adequate to meet the demand.
T20 WC: All-Round Show From Shakib Takes B'desh To Super 12s
The ‘Tigers’ first posted an imposing 181/7, as they rode on skipper Mahmudullah’s blazing 50 off 28 balls and Shakib’s aggressive 46 off 37 balls
5 Tourists Killed, Toll Rises To 65; State Pegs Its Losses At Rs 7,000 Cr
U’khand rains: Home Min conducts aerial survey of rain-hit areas
Air Remains ‘Poor'; Gopal Rai Says GRAP Measures To Come If Needed
GRAP Won’t help reduce stubble burning — states, centre must act: Rai
Migrants Fleeing Kashmir Request Govt To Facilitate Travel Back Home
Hundreds of families have been housed at a ground in Jammu for past few days
Rahman's Score For Mimi Submitted For Grammys
AR Rahman has been the recipient of several prestigious national and international accolades in the past
Docs challenge Covid vax order in HC, notice issued to Delhi govt
The Delhi High Court Thursday sought response of the Delhi government on a plea by two doctors challenging its order prohibiting healthcare, frontline workers, and teachers from attending their offices on failure to get even first dose of COVID-19 vaccine by October 15.
MALDIVES DEFENCE MINISTER: ‘Our relationship with India today is stronger than ever'
The relationship between the Maldives and India today is stronger than ever and New Delhi has been the first and best responder to Mal in all times of need, the island nation's Defence Minister Mariya Didi has said.
‘India received 41% excess rainfall from October 1-21'
IMD says Uttarakhand recorded five times higher rain
India achieves 1 billion jabs feat, PM Modi says ‘history scripted'
Entire adult population in 9 states, UTs given 1st dose vax; nat’l average at over 75%
Beyond Traditional and Modern
JYOTI BHATT is a celebrated and awarded artist, best known for his work in painting and printmaking, as well as his photographic accounts of rural Indian culture and folk art. He and his colleagues founded the “Baroda School” of Indian art. He was awarded the Padma Shri in 2019, and has been honoured with five Lifetime Achievement Awards. In August 2021 he had a conversation with ANANYA PATEL, musing about his life and his art. Excerpts from that conversation are presented in this 2-part series, along with some of his work.
THE GAME CHANGER
INSIDE DHD’S RECORD-SETTING DURAMAX
Building Community Through Education
KIRAN BIR SETHI is changing the experience of childhood in Indian cities through her education curriculum and initiatives to build healthy relationships between students and their communities. Here she is interviewed by KASHISH KALWANI.
Granny Chic Galore!
A homeowner’s holiday décor is an homage to Christmas at her grandma’s house.
INDIANA NOTIFYING 750K AFTER COVID-19 TRACING DATA ACCESSED
Indiana health officials said they are notifying nearly 750,000 state residents that a cybersecurity company “improperly accessed” their personal data from the state’s online COVID-19 contact tracing survey — a description the company disputed as a “falsehood.”
What is My Stereo's Gender?
Readers will recall, distressingly, that I have tried their patience on just about every topic that marginally relates to audio. LP grooves, CD bumps, flat response, boomy bass, warm recordings, cold binary bits—I have waxed philosophically on all of them. Which bring us to today’s audio topic: gender.
One of my closest friends in my hometown had a love marriage, which many considered to be a rebellious act against our small society.
Contentment - THE ART OF REMOVING AND CREATING HABITS
DAAJI continues his series on refining habits, in the light of Patanjali’s Ashtanga Yoga and current scientific and yogic principles and practices. Last month, he explored the first Niyama of purity, shaucha. This month he shares his insights on that pivotal human quality – contentment, which is known in Yoga as santosh.
Carlyle's Goyal Brings India Lessons to Infrastructure, Energy Investing
POOJA GOYAL, 41, brings a unique personal insight to Carlyle Group Inc., where she leads the renewable and sustainable energy team and co-heads the infrastructure group.
Building a Work of Art
To celebrate the release of the 2022 Indian Chief the legend-ary motorcycle company got together two of the world’s most sought after builders, Paul Cox and Keino Sasaki, to customize a bike for celebrated tattoo artist Nikko Hurtado.