Fresh cases of Covid-19 in India dipped marginally on Saturday from the tally on the previous day as testing numbers fell for the second day running, even as the positivity rate continued to rise. Deaths from the virus too continued to inch up in the country.
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Vadodara artist's retrospective 'shakti' pervades NGMA's anniv show
The vermilion on the foreheads of 64 ‘devis’ lining the dome of Colaba's NGMA gallery seem still warm from the fingerprint of their bindi-sporting creator.
Pounded by Russian offensive in east, Kyiv rules out concessions
Says War Must End With Complete Restoration Of Ukraine's Territorial Integrity And Sovereignty
Diya begins her CWG prep in right earnest
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Kiara wins over the box office with her charm
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IN CITY'S HANDS
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Probe all mass fatality road crashes, nail cause: SC panel
'Link Hospitals, Ambulances To Save Victims'
HC asks 8 of warring parties to clean-up Versova beach
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Did not want to walk into a trap with Ayodhya visit: Raj
Pune: Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray, in his first public appearance after putting off his visit to Ayodhya, on Sunday said he did not want to walk into a 'trap laid by those opposed to his tour' by visiting the Ram Janmabhoomi.
India's tallest defence bldg to house married Navy brass
By the end of 2026, as many as 220 married Navy officers will get accommodation keys to a 62-storey building to be constructed at Navy Nagar, Colaba.
Amid claims of rigging, BMC scraps ₹160cr laundry project
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FOOD FOR Thought
All about food
THE TREE OF Life and Fertility
DR. V. RAMAKANTHA shares some insights into the science, history and mythology of the Banyan tree, also known as the Bengal Fig or Indian Fig. The Banyan is one of those mythical trees that has had an important place in the life and history of the people of India since ancient times. It is also home to many species of birds, animals, and epiphytic plants.
East Meets West
KALYANI ADUSUMILLI grew up in a minority group in the United States, straddling cultures, learning how to fit in, and later learning how to accept the traditions of her heritage. Today, she is watching her children going through the same process, shifting their cultural identity, as they head toward adulthood in the melting pot of a multicultural society.
NILANGANA BANERJEE: 2 series The 'Selves' | The Lullaby
The series Selves aims to artistically represent the psychological conflicts we face when we weigh ourselves based on socially determined of what is ideal and where we stand with the distorted and one-size that fits all defined.
Why We Are Not Responsible Toward the Environment
DR. ICHAK ADIZES is an expert in change management for organizations. Here he shares some of the reasons why companies are not changing their actions in relation to the environment, even though everyone knows we are facing an environmental crisis. He also offers simple solutions that will bring change.
Annadata Suraksha Abhiyaan
A tailor-made insurance initiative to financially secure farmers and growers against farming risks.
The FORCE Behind the FORCE
How George Lucas created Hollywood's most beloved franchise
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In addition to treasure hunting, magnet fishing has an environmental aspect-it helps to clean up our waterways.
Sorry, iPhone 6 Plus users, your phone probably can't be repaired anymore
Apple moves two older devices to 'vintage' status.
Self-Nurturing Through Nature
Secrets from a self-care sanctuary to help you find balance.