EAT, PRAY, LIVE
IN & AROUND
Eat, Pray, Live
His Life, And Rocket Science
Nambi Narayanan’s career in ISRO is also a history of that national centre of excellence. Then, there are ugly warts—his shameful framing as a spy.
Mar 16, 2018
Stephen Hawking Diary
A brief history of time and a long history of fame: RIP Stephen Hawking
Mar 16, 2018
Like The Memory Of Yambo
No subject is under the radar of Eco’s voracious opinion-making. And a lightly worn erudition gathers in the universe with a careless sweep of the cape.
Feb 16, 2018
The Stars Have Cast Light
A 100 years back, a group of American women changed astronomy. Their story, hidden under a sexist shroud, is uncovered in this engaging book.
Dec 08, 2017
Did Marie Curie Love Pink?
Society judged women’s scientific temperament harshly. This book explains the latest science—spurious and convincing—that hovers around the old bias.
Jul 13, 2017
Behind The Golden Boughs
Paleo-biologist Hope Jahren is at hand to show the wonder that is a tree. Among the thick foliage hangs the story of her struggle as a scientist.
Jun 08, 2017
A Mercurial Orbit Laid To Rest By A Genius
An accessible book tells of Newton’s perfect theory, its sole blemish, the centuries-long search for the planet ‘Vulcan’ and the problem’s final solution by Einstein
Mar 02, 2017
Blue Trousers And A Heavy Payload
K. Radhakrishnan mixes the personal and the professional admirably. But his ISRO is a sanitised one and its inner workings remain hidden.
Dec 29, 2016
A Man Of Science, But With No Art Of Storytelling
The autobiography of one of our top scientists avoids scientific matters, or even the state of Indian scientific research. It’s just a roster of his many accomplishments.
Dec 01, 2016
An Infinity Of Questions
The more we endeavour with science, the more we realise we do not know
Oct 25, 2016
Ahmed Musa's Double Downs Iceland As Nigeria Come Alive
Mamata Cancels First China Visit At The Last Minute
Wrong To Call Stern Action ‘Muscular’: Jaitley To Mehbooba
World Cup Roundup Day 5
World Cup Roundup Day 6
World Cup Roundup Day 8: A Midfield Masterclass, Big Loss For Heavyweight Team, And A Tightly Contested Draw With VAR
World Cup Roundup Day 7: Three Identical Score Lines As The Favourites Run Out Winners
After Bio-Digesters Try-Out, Will ‘Airline-Type’ Toilets In Rail Coaches Find Success?
Modi's Bullet Train: Rail Development Must Come About More Balanced
ED Seeks Fugitive Tag For Vijay Mallya
Minor Jailed For Refusing Free Vegetables To Cops
Melania Trump's Jacket Sparks Outrage
Governor Holds All-Party Meet In J&K
Assam Lynching: Digital Bombs of Mob Violence
Waiting For Mr Parrikar
Top 20 Architecture Colleges In 2018
FIFA World Cup 2018: Global Is Beautiful
‘Impeachment Of CJI Is Nonsensical. Don’t Encourage The Idea’.
Rape Doesn’t Have A Colour
In Praise Of Narendra Modi
Till Messiah Come, Again
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