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Miscellaneous / The Hindu

How the Egypt experience unfolded as we cruised the Nile

The heat may be sweltering, the travel exhausting, the haggling cumbersome. But the sights, culture, history, and people are sure to be refreshing and invigorating. Here’s a first-hand account that you can use as a tour plan blueprint...

18 Feb 2019 6:55 pm
We need to talk about *&#

Emotional infidelity and other taboo topics are up for debate and discussion at SPI cinemas with a new kind of forum for the price of a movie ticket

16 Feb 2019 6:29 pm
When you have too much solitude to feel lonely

Here’s a day in the life of an individual whose busy lifestyle would not be possible unless they had all the space in their head to themselves.

11 Feb 2019 4:22 pm
News flash: a child learns way better through creativity

Arts and crafts should be an essential part of any school curriculum, especially in view of the academics-oriented performance parameters prioritised by parents and educational institutions.

8 Feb 2019 3:47 pm
Back to the Village | Music, a companion that knows just how to soothe

It can be hard to find your footing in the rustic simplicity of wilderness when everything about you — from your appearance to habits — screams ‘urbanite’. To battle the megrims when in a place far from your moorings, take recourse to music.

6 Feb 2019 4:39 pm
Reliving Pakistan’s 1999 Chennai heist

20 years ago, on January 31, a game of cricket took place that would remain emblazoned in public memory for years to come. Perhaps for its drama, perhaps for its setting, or perhaps because it was quite a debut for certain spectators.

5 Feb 2019 4:29 pm
I’m 30 and I know it

The flipside of crossing the threshold into proper adulthood is that you are finally allowed to like things that old people like, and realise that youth, just like anything else, is a phase.

30 Jan 2019 8:35 pm
How to live together as man and wildlife

Without a spiritually-oriented approach to nature conservation and habitat preservation, the human species will continue to put both agricultural land as well as forest land under pressure.

29 Jan 2019 4:55 pm
The Universe responds to #10YearChallenge

The cosmos ages on such a vast timescale that it would take a very keen astronomical eye and a very powerful camera to detect changes in its face in our lifetime.

28 Jan 2019 6:26 pm
Priyanka Vadra, the new ambassador for the Nehru-Gandhi brand?

With a tough electoral battle ahead, the Congress seems to have finally acknowledged that its family’s mystique needs a revitalisation. And that Priyanka is the one to do it.

25 Jan 2019 7:26 pm
Diary of a Little Woman | Thank god for gratitude

Young Nila discovers the magic of acknowledging the existence and presence of each and every entity in your life’s ecosystem with an attitude and feeling of thankfulness.

24 Jan 2019 5:06 pm
Fans need to relearn how to love Dhoni

The MSD of yore is no longer in circulation. The sooner we come to terms with that, the easier it will become to appreciate his metamorphosis from finisher to failsafe.

23 Jan 2019 4:53 pm
How to track radiation pollution

Think twice before plugging in that new smart home appliance or microwaving your food in a plastic bowl — the radiation pollution may be more than what you bargained for

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