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Saving a 2,700 years old marsh!
SANDHYA RAVISHANKAR pieces together the story of how people and scientists came together to protect a 2700-year-old marsh in Pallikaranai, Tamil Nadu, from real estate sharks
Going potty over pots
It’s a demanding process but for potters in this Delhi colony it’s where art takes shape out of soil. It’s also where traders, learners and admirers from different parts of the world come to marvel at their expertise
Are you listening?
When filmmaker Geethu Mohandas made her first Malayalam short film and named it Kelkunundo? ( are you listening?) she probably had no idea it would get her the National Award for it in 2009.
OPS: From tea vendor to chief minister!
At a sombre ceremony at the governor’s bungalow in Chennai, a teary-eyed Jaya loyalist, O. Panneerselvam (also known as OPS), was sworn in as the new proxy chief minister of Tamil Nadu. SANDHYA RAVISHANKAR profiles the man who has openly prostrated at Jayalalithaa’s feet openly in public functions
App teaches children basic computer coding
This computer programming app is so easy to use that even a kindergartener can do it.
The ultimate ride in gaming
Technology does not always have to be the preoccupation of ‘techies’ alone but can be interesting and interactive for any of us. Every week, Techtroniks will talk about new developments, tech czars and tech users, their favourite gadgets. Plus reviews and simply fun facts to know.
The tactile shoe guide
Research around smartphone-enabled wearable devices is on the rise these days.
The sisterhood of boxers from India
Two women from Manipur, one of the most backward regions of India. Both having risen like the Phoenix from the ashes of poverty to achieve greatness in the male-dominated sport of boxing. And yet, their fortunes panned out differently at the Asian Games being held at Incheon, South Korea. They are soul sisters, maybe, but their stories will read differently in the history of the sport.
Two kids and a dog is all I want
Can women have it all?
It is business as usual, says Thai tourism boss
As Thailand recovers from its latest political turmoil after a May coup, tourists are flooding back to the country – including many from the Middle East. Last year, the UAE had the highest number of visitors to Thailand from across the Middle East; an important high-spend region, as Tourism Authority of Thailand governor Thawatchai Arunyik tells Amanda Fisher
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