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    Wearable Tech: Gadgets to uplift the differently-abled

    Wearable technology is changing the world, mostly, for the better. It means you can track your runs and workouts more efficiently than ever before, you can pay for groceries with a ring or wristband, and keep safe via various personal alarm services. That’s great, but it pales in comparison to the improvements that various wearables can bring to people with disabilities. A growing number of devices and gadgets richly enhance life for

  • Fashionably fraud! The Copy Cat debate heats up

    Plagiarism is a bane of the creative world of fashion designers and yet there are some who consider if flattering. The ongoing debate heats up when we have fingers being pointed and some dirty secrets spilt, writes Shubarna Mukerji Shu

  • Management education in India must stay relevant to survive

    Management education in India is struggling very hard to survive with the rapid changing global scenario. The challenge before the schools is not just to teach them right but also prepare the students for the future, writes Vibha Singh

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    Assistive Tech: Where there’s a wheel, there’s a way

    Technology has always lent a helping hand to people with disabilities such as visual impairment, speech impairment, motion disabilities or disorders, etc. There are a lot of apps and gadgets that can help ease difficulties that such people face on a daily basis. From providing help with reading despite a visual impairment, to keeping the deaf included in a group conversation, to aiding patients with shaky hands have a meal independently, here

  • With the Goa Jazz Fest just a week away, it’s time to Jazz it up!

    The name was coined in New Orleans, but Jazz has come a long way and become a truly global sound…Varsha Naik explores what jazz lovers are saying with the Goa International Jazz Live Festival a week away

    When you think of Jazz, it’s possible that an image of a dingy bar filled with a bunch of oldies, a tiny stage and a bunch of black musicians crooning out soulful tunes pops into your

  • Ile-de-France: Wander beyond the bustle

    Just away from the hustle of Capital Paris many pleasant surprises await in Ile-de-France, writes Uday k Chakraborty

  • Sachin Tendulkar is more than cricket: Gideon Haigh  

    Gideon Haigh, author of one of the Times’ greatest sports books, ‘The Cricket War’ in an exclusive interview with Sumeet Naik opines that much has changed in the game since Sachin retired 

  • Properties and Actions of Different Substances

    In the below mentioned table, some variations may be found in context to Rasa, Virya, Vipaka, Properties and Actions on different substances in various treatises such as Caraka Samhita, Susruta Samhita, Astanga Hrdaya, Bhavprakasa and other Ayurvedic nighantus. Following mentioned Properties and Actions are based on various Ayurvedic nighantus

  • Virat-Vijay doom Lanka

    New Delhi : Captain Virat Kohli and opener Murali Vijay made a mockery of sub-par Sri Lankan attack with effortless centuries as India cruised to 371 for four on the first day of the third and final cricket Test.

  • Schools with less than 10 students to be shifted

    Education Minister Vinod Tawade told the media on Saturday, if the state were to strictly implement the Right to Education (RTE) Act, more than 12,000 schools would have closed down and the teachers would have lost their jobs.

  • Three decades later, miseries continue to plague victims

    BHOPAL  More than three decades have passed since the world’s worst industrial disaster Bhopal gas leak maimed thousands of people overnight in the fateful night of December 2, 1984 and left millions of survivors and their next generations to suffer a trail of miseries throughout their lifetime. And the misery continues. The affected are still bearing the brunt.

  • Australia dig in under lights

    Adelaide : England snared the prized wicket of their nemesis Steve Smith as Australia toiled under the lights in a feisty opening day of the first-ever day-night Ashes Test here.

  • Rabri Devi grilled by ED for 6 hours

    Patna : Former Bihar Chief Minister Rabri Devi was on Saturday grilled for six hours here by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with a railway hotels allotment corruption case, official sources said.   Rabri Devi, wife of RJD chief Lalu Prasad, reached the ED zonal office in the state capital by noon.

  • Ponzi scam case of Rs 84 lakh: Ghatkopar police book man

    Mumbai : In yet another ponzi scheme case, Ghatkopar police have booked an accused for duping a victim to the tune of Rs 84.16 lakh on the pretext of promising high returns on investments between fifty to seventy percent on the investment amount.

  • SL team is in ‘transition’:Dias

    Mumbai : Former Sri Lankan batting ace Roy Dias on Saturday asked for some time to be given to his struggling national team that was facing a tough time in the ongoing three-Test series against India and said the inexperienced lot should be given space to prove themselves.

  • Omar congratulates Mehbooba on being re-elected PDP chief

    Srinagar  : NC working president Omar Abdullah on Saturday congratulated Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on being re-elected the president of her party – the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). “Congratulations to @MehboobaMufti on being re-elected as President of @jkpdp. We may not agree on much these days but I wish you well,” he tweeted.