Now, a 'sea rally' to oppose n-plant at Jaitapur

Alok Deshpande

"Accepting compensation package from the govt. does not mean we have agreed to the nuclear power project in our backyard."

Union Minister for Minority Affairs Najma Heptulla. File photo

No minorities attacked, no riots in last one year: Najma

Zahid Rafiq

Najma Heptulla blamed the former UPA government for failing the Muslims as it was during its regime.

The Modi govt. has little to celebrate, said Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi in Kozhikode on Tuesday. Photo: S. Ramesh Kurup

Rahul Gandhi reiterated his description of calling the Modi government as a "suit-boot sarkar."

BJP thinks aloud on core issues

Gargi Parsai, Anita Joshua

Amit Shah says the party needs the numbers to address them

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Hema Malini, BJP MP from Mathura and others during Jan Kalyan Sabha at Deen Dayal Dham, Farah, Mathura, on Monday. Photo: Sandeep Saxena

“NDA government has demolished traditional power structures and circles”

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Krishna Kumar

Despite the presence of caste in the globalised world of Indian modernity, the belief that caste consciousness is a rural occurrence persists.

Varun Gandhi

Varun Gandhi exudes an image of the thinking man’s politician and talks about the only ideology that can work in India.

Powerful: “Sufi philosophies provide major sources of resistance to Salafist and other exclusionary ideologies.” Picture shows the Dargah of Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti in Ajmer.

A new civil war in Islam is raging between the unarmed Sufis and the Salafis.

BU split: birth pangs, separation anxiety

K. C. Deepika

From Governor’s assent to funding and infrastructure worries, the universities have a lot to deal with.

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Chennai
A portion of the damaged Masakalipalayam Road in the city. —Photo: S. Siva Saravanan
Coimbatore
Delhi Assembly pays homage to Nepal quake victims during a special session at Vidhan Sabha in New Delhi on Tuesday. Photo: Sushil Kumar Verma
Delhi
Construction Debris being dumped on the banks of a tank on Hyderabad outskirts. A File Photo.
Hyderabad
The busy Kundannoor junction in Kochi on Tuesday.— Photo: Thulasi Kakkat
Kochi
West bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is on a three-day visit to Darjeeling hills.
Kolkata
Bags, umbrellas, shoes, pencil boxes, and water bottles are in demand. The photo shows children selecting schoolbags at a shop in the city.— Photo: S. Ramesh Kurup
Kozhikode
Divisional Railway Manager Sunil Kumar Garg flagging off a cleanliness awareness rally in Madurai on Tuesday.— Photo: G. Moorthy
Madurai
Members of Centre of Indian Trade Union burning an effigy as a mark of protest against the policies of the Union government in Mangaluru on Tuesday.
Mangaluru
Earlier last week, gram sabhas of Madban and Mithgavhane had passed a resolution against the project.
Mumbai
Counselling for various courses will be conducted at the office of the CENTAC Pondicherry Engineering College, Pillaichavady. —Photo: T. Singaravelou
Puducherry
T.N. Seema, MP, and Divisional Railway Manager Sunil Bajpai with the chairs procured using the MPLAD fund for the Thiruvananthapuram Central railway station on Tuesday.— Photo: S. Mahinsha
Thiruvananthapuram
A cleanliness awareness rally being taken out in Tiruchi on Tuesday.— Photo: A.Muralitharan
Tiruchirapalli
SCR GM P.K. Srivastava interacting with staff manning the passenger help desk set up at Vijayawada railway station, on Tuesday.-Photo: By Arrangement
Vijayawada
Divisional Railway Manager Chandralekha Mukherjee addressing a meeting in Visakhapatnam on Tuesday.
Visakhapatnam
Mahadevan and his team at the unit at Taramani. Photo: M. Vedhan

Pop goes the kernel

Shonali Muthalaly

Restaurateur M. Mahadevan’s ‘Eddy’s Popcorn’ is not just a snack; it’s also a project designed to provide jobs for the Spastics Society of Tamil Nadu.

Standing tall: Preeti Shenoy. Photo: Murali Kumar K.

Thinking, dreaming, writing…

Nirmala Govindarajan

For the new breed of Indian writers, English is their first language and this confidence is reflected in the boundaries they are willing to push.

IT IS NOT A STRETCH For Erica. Photo: Bhagya Prakash K.

Moving towards oneness

Shilpa Sebastian R.

This American discovered yoga as a child and is on a mission to teach it around the globe along with contemporary dance.

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A woman undergoes changes in her hormonal system after bearing a child and must be treated accordingly for brain disorders, says a study.

Motherhood alters the brain permanently: study

PTI

The changes in a woman's psychology and physiology before and after child-bearing must be factored in for treatment for brain disorders.

A flock of birds swoop across the darkening Visakhapatnam skies. — Photo: K.R. Deepak

Avian behaviour

Skyscraper ahead, take diversion!

PTI

Research shows that migratory birds follow a "well-informed leader" who guides the flock for a smooth flight around obstacles.

Algal bloom caused by Noctiluca scintillans in the Arabian Sea. – Special Arrangement.

Real-time identification of algal blooms a reality

K. S. Sudhi

Researchers will now be able to quickly understand how parts of North Arabian Sea turn deep green and straw yellow at times.

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