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Time For Messi To Take Call On Barca Future?
Barcelona: With Barcelona’s season effectively over, Lionel Messi now has a big decision to make. Should he finish out his career at the club that helped him become an all-time soccer great? Or have the team’s struggles to keep winning trophies convinced him that he can find more success in Paris or Manchester?
Gates Left Microsoft Board In 2019 Amid Probe Into Affair
In 2018, Melinda French Gates was not satisfied with Bill’s handling of a previously undisclosed sexual harassment claim against his money manager. She was also unhappy with his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein
Nurturing A Positive Attitude In Kids In The Times Of Pandemic
With Covid Forcing Early Summer Vacations, Activities Help Children Beat Gloom
Vax For 18-44 Yrs May Come To Halt From Friday: Sisodia
Dy CM Urges Centre To Provide More Doses For Age Group
HC: Politicians Have No Biz Hoarding Medicines
New Delhi: The Delhi high court on Monday said political leaders have no business to hoard stocks of Covid-19 medicines that are already in shortage and they are expected to surrender these drugs.
Nadal Beats A Tired Djokovic For 10th Italian Open Title
Rome: Rafael Nadal beat a tired Novak Djokovic 7-5, 1-6, 6-3 for a record-extending 10th Italian Open title on Sunday. The Spaniard recovered from a potentially dangerous fall after tripping over a raised line to take the latest installment of the most-played rivalry in modern men’s tennis. It also re-established Nadal as the overwhelming favorite for the French Open, where he will be aiming for an even harder-to-believe 14th title starting in two weeks.
US, Rich West Failing India, Developing Nations: NYT
Washington: America and wealthy western countries are failing the developing world in a “moral test on vaccines”, the New York Times editorial board said on Sunday, urging the Biden administration to adopt a bold, comprehensive strategy to vaccinate the world and warning the economic consequences of failure to do this would cost more than making vaccines.
The Trouble With Doctor Google
The internet has been an invaluable tool during the times of the pandemic. Marooned in our little socially distanced islands, we have retained contact with the outside world through digital means.
Ensuring Poor Don't Die For Lack Of Help
NGO Starts Free Ambulance Service For Needy
Positivity Rate At 10.4%, Deaths Still High At 262 In Last 24 Hours
6,456 Fresh Infections In City, Active Cases Down To 62,783
India thought it had the virus beat. The virus had other ideas
Governments around the world keep repeating the same mistakes. In a country of 1.4 billion, the consequences are on a whole new scale
Reincarnation And Realpolitik
China, India, and the U.S. are vying to influence the selection of the next Dalai Lama
An Exclusive Interview With Nandakumar Narasimhan
The Little Red Train
A Room for Dad
Before Mom passed, I made a promise to her
THE DANGAL IN THE JUNGLE, PART 1
YOU KNOW YOU’RE SOMEBODY WHEN YOU’VE APPEARED ON AN INDIAN DANGAL POSTER — IN OTHER WORDS, IN A WRESTLING ADVERTISEMENT.
WOUNDS AND THE WOMB
JULIE PETERS explores how to heal a relationship with the sacred womb, a place of death, life, and possibilities.
Giant squirrels, giant lessons? Animal chaplain SARAH BOWEN explores what squirrels can show us about mindfulness.
E8 Caste and the Indian Tech Ivies
IIT grads are highly sought after in Silicon Valley. Are they bringing deep-rooted prejudices with them?
I was happily married, happily employed, just plain happy. Until the accident
IN SEASON Chickpeas (GARBANZO BEANS)
Chickpeas appear in early recordings in Turkey well over 5000 years ago. India produces the most chickpeas worldwide but they are grown in more than 50 countries. An excellent source of carbohydrates, protein, fiber, B vitamins, and some minerals, they are a nutritious staple of many diets. The name chickpea comes from the Latin word cancer, referring to the plant family of legumes, Fabaceae. It is also known by its popular Spanish-derived name, the garbanzo bean. Kidney beans, black beans, lima beans, and peanuts are other familiar foods found in this legume family.