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Lockdown Diary

Lockdown Diary

19 June, 2021 Anhad Singh

Ripples In An Inner Lake

Ripples In An Inner Lake

18 June, 2021 Guru Kanaka Sudhakar

Yes, it’s a spiritual desert out there. But Indian classical dance can be like monsoon rain for arid young souls—joyous and life-affirming in a myriad ways. Here’s a list of 12 benefits: physical and mental


Paint Me A Painbow

Picture books, with their interplay of words and art, have a compelling inbuilt persuasiveness that draws in children, even adults, to ease up and heal with time

What’s Eating You?

What’s Eating You?

18 June, 2021 Dr SubbaRao

Do not fight pandemic stress with that cycle of cravings and binges. The basic do’s and don’ts on children and nutrition in Covid season


Perspiration Respiration Inspiration Aspiration

Regular exercise under lockdown is not only a must for the mental health of our children, but also for their ability to perform in other areas of life

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18 June, 2021

Tools To Set Kids Free

Ravi Bhatnagar


18 June, 2021

The Inheritance Of Loss

Rajat Mitra

A year under lockdown has left teachers and students grappling with practical and psychological scars they are not trained to deal with



18 June, 2021

Lonely Eyes Fixed On The Screen

Dr Amit Sen

We, as a nation, are not good at understanding our children’s needs. One of the world’s highest rates of abuse/depression/suicide attests to that. Time to build redemptive spaces


18 June, 2021

The Psychological Pandemic

Dr Suravi Patra

Whose life are we saving: at what cost? Is COVID-19 making us hold our children as hostages? The consequences can be disastrous. What we need is collective awareness and care


18 June, 2021

Small Wonder

Dilen Gandhi

Unlikely heroes are emerging amidst the Covid pandemic. And youngsters are finding ways to join the global battle against the mystery virus.


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18 June, 2021

The Textbooks Do Not Tell Us…

Manika Sharma

…how to build the future. It must be imagined afresh, from the debris of our broken present. It’s an education for all of us


18 June, 2021

Beyond Walls And Mirrors

Jyotika Sood

There is need for government-level intervention in education policy, to cater to the needs of children once normalcy returns. Meanwhile, let’s do our bit. After all, they are our kids, our future.


18 June, 2021

A Time To Heal

Gaurav Jain


18 June, 2021

Our Penny Stocks, Our Tomorrow

Dr Piyush Gupta

The pandemic has left a ­generation-sized vacuum in the lives of our young ones, the most innocent victims of the Covid catastrophe. We must invest in securing India’s future—right now.


18 June, 2021

What We Owe The Future

Dr Jitendra Singh


02 March, 2020

A Cultural Soiree

The sound of music and dance


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02 March, 2020

Greener Pastures

A plethora of Mother Nature’s abundant bounty


Photo Gallery

India's Hardik Pandya, left, greets England players at the end of the Cricket Twenty20 World Cup warm-up match between India and England in Dubai, UAE.

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India's Rishabh Pant bats during the Cricket Twenty20 World Cup warm-up match between India and England in Dubai, UAE.

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India's Suryakumar Yadav bats during the Cricket Twenty20 World Cup warm-up match between India and England in Dubai, UAE.

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England's David Willey, left, celebrates with teammates the dismissal of India's Suryakumar Yadav during the Cricket Twenty20 World Cup warm-up match between India and England in Dubai, UAE.

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England's Moeen Ali, left, bowls past India's Ishan Kishan during the Cricket Twenty20 World Cup warm-up match between India and England in Dubai, UAE.

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This Election Season In UP, Lakhimpur Kheri Is The New Political Battlefield

The Opposition is hoping for a rich election harvest in Uttar Pradesh but Lucknow appears to be a long way from the killing fields.

Profile

The Negotiator: Rakesh Tikait Is The Glue Holding Farmers’ Agitation Together

The former Delhi Police employee has also emerged as the go-to man for the authorities to reach out to the agitating farmers.

Vikas Pathak
The Negotiator: Rakesh Tikait Is The Glue Holding Farmers’ Agitation Together

Kashmir/Violence

Kashmir Minority Killings A Throwback To The Terrifying 90s

Outwardly peaceful, Kashmir has seen a spate of civilian killings in recent weeks. A silent unease has now exploded into fear and concern after the shooting of minorities.

Naseer Ganai
Kashmir Minority Killings A Throwback To The Terrifying 90s

Opinion

India Needs A Caste Census To Know Where The Marginalised Stand In The Development Index

The aim of a caste census is not to know the numerical strength of a caste. Rather, it would reveal social inequalities for possible remedial measures.

Oct 25, 2021 Thallapelli Praveen

Mofussil Reporters Play A Crucial Role In The News Cycle But Do You Know Any Of Them?

The death of journalist Raman Kashyap at Lakhimpur Kheri throws into sharp relief the condition of local reporters incessantly feeding ‘breaking news’ to the ever-demanding maw of the national media from India’s hinterland.

Oct 25, 2021 Umesh Kumar Ray

An Unfolding Dalit Movement In Tamil Nadu Has Escaped Nation’s Attention

Poet and activist Meena Kandasamy visits ground zero of the grassroots movement down South to understand the caste divide in the state.

Oct 25, 2021 Meena Kandasamy

India’s Archaic And Draconian Drug Laws Do More Harm Than Good

Our government must follow examples of other countries with liberal views on personal use of drugs.

Oct 25, 2021 Ronny Sen