Newspapers only ‘on paper’ make a killing from govt. ads

Anuradha Raman

‘Largesse’ for non-existent entities from DAVP

India denies pressuring Swedish paper

Smriti Kak Ramachandran

“Dagens Nyheter” claims that India had asked it to delete reference made by the President to the Bofors scam.

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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Sanjaya Baru

While politicians will play games, the people of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana would like the economy to regain momentum.

In search of home: “Intense U.S. bombing around Ramadi could not contain the Da’esh onslaught.” Picture shows displaced Sunni people from Ramadi on the outskirts of Baghdad. Islamic State fighters captured the city in May.

Long-term antidote to IS is not Arab jails and American jets, but the creation of an honest and wide-ranging political dialogue in the region.

Difficult task: “Adding 12.5 million tonnes of stockpile would take at least five 5 years to build.” Picture shows a petrol pump in Mumbai.

With the country consuming more than four million barrels of crude a day, the argument for a strategic oil storage project is a no-brainer.

The shops at Bengaluru Haat
resemble market places across Karnataka. Photo: Bhagya Prakash K.

A play, a concert or a painting?

Sravasti Datta

A theatre with a bookstore and a gallery, a metro station as an installation art space…the possibilities are endless in Bengaluru.

Greater Coucal.

Bird songs from the backyard

A. Shrikumar

Welcome birds into your living space by maintaining a small home garden with few flowering plants and fruit-bearing trees.

Leju K.D. (R), Joseph Nixon
(centre) and Jayaprasad K.G. Photo: Special Arrangement

The super cyclists

Priyadeshini S.

Three amateur cyclists from Kochi have won the coveted Super Randonneurs title after completing the 600 km Kochi-Kanyakumari-Kochi route in 40 hours.

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THE IMPLICATION: The study will fill the missing knowlege gaps from the past 20,000 years to the present. Photo; Special Arrangement

Unravelling the evolutionary history of coastal Kerala

K. S. Sudhi

The coastal lands of the entire west coast will be covered under the ongoing research project.

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


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!


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

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