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Beating the clock starts with you

We don’t even know what the real issue is like. It is not about time at all. Don’t ask how to manage time. Don’t ask how to utilise time. Ask yourself, “How do I manage myself?” Because it is the…

The Temple Scientists

Back to the roots’ is the ethos of Ezha, which in Malayalam means ‘thread’. Three women conservation architects Swathy Subramanian, Savita Rajan and Ritu Sara Thomas weaved a thread from the wefts of community and legacy at the Karnikara mandapam…

Unconventionally yours: Jewellery that screams ‘rebel’

Self-taught designer Nitya Arora is anything but a conformist. Every word she utters, speaks of creative rebellion, and her retro-futuristic jewellery brand, Valliyan, epitomises her passion for championing individuality. Her latest collection—Valliyan 5.0—charts an unusual course within the jewellery landscape…

Indian-American pilot Gopi Thotakura to tour space on Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin flight

NEW DELHI: Gopi Thotakura, a pilot, is set to become the first Indian to travel to the edge of space on Blue Origin’s next flight. The Indian-American will be a part of the six-person crew flying on Blue Origin’s NS-25…

Now, drones to speed up surgeries by carrying tissue samples for quick analysis

NEW DELHI: After delivering life-saving medical supplies, drones are now carrying tissue samples for quick analysis to speed up surgeries. Taking the lead in using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) or drones to overcome the challenges of last-mile health service delivery…

Instagram begins blurring nudity in messages to protect teens and fight sexual extortion

LONDON: Instagram said it’s deploying new new tools to protect young people and combat sexual extortion, including a feature that will automatically blur nudity in direct messages. The social media platform said in a blog post Thursday that it’s testing…

Biden administration sets first-ever limits on ‘forever chemicals’ in drinking water

“It’s that accumulation that’s the problem,” said Scott Belcher, a North Carolina State University professor who researches PFAS toxicity. “Even tiny, tiny, tiny amounts each time you take a drink of water over your lifetime is going to keep adding…

Mother unhappy as daughter identifies as a fox

Jill, a concerned stepmother, reached out to The Dr. John Delony Show, a mental health podcast, seeking advice on how to handle her 13-year-old stepdaughter’s self-identification as a fox, a phenomenon known as being a ‘therian.’ Jill described her stepdaughter’s…

Book review | Waiting for Shiva: Unearthing the Truth of Kashi’s Gyan Vapi

Vikram Sampath’s Waiting for Shiva: Unearthing the Truth of Kashi’s Gyan Vapi, explores Hindu resilience, resurrection and reclamation amid historical challenges. It prompts readers to contemplate the vitality of Hinduism throughout Indian civilisation, yet also confront the complex histories, such…

Book review Vyasa’s Mahabharata: Epic of the lot

The genesis of Abhinav Agarwal’s latest book, Completing Vyas’s Mahabharata, lies in an article by Columbian scholar and academic Alf Hiltebeitel. Titled Not Without Subtales: Telling Laws and Truths in the Sanskrit Epics, Hiltebeitel detailed the list of 67 sub-tales…