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A World Sanskrit fair has rekindled interest in India’s ancient language as experts, expats and even a Sanskrit orchestra recently vied for attention to grab new audiences in the infotech city of Bangalore.

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13 Jan 2011 | BY Pallavi Polanki

The world might soon need more South Korea-style internet rehab centres, going by the findings of a new study titled ‘Unplugged’.

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6 Jan 2011 | BY Pallavi Polanki

Finally, a list that being at the bottom of isn’t depress­ing.

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17 Dec 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

Rajinikanth’s fans can go to any extent. The latest declaration of loyalty is a book to turn his unforgettable one-liners into management mantras.

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17 Dec 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

The managing editor  of TwoCircles.net, an English news website covering Indian Muslims, speaks to Open on what makes his website unique.

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15 Dec 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

This is, perhaps, a first for India. The Delhi government has opened a short-stay home for pregnant minors. “Most of the girls have either been abandoned by their lovers or are victims of rape,” says Neera Mullick, chairperson, Child Welfare Committee.
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26 Nov 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

This is an argument that meat-eaters will relish making. Turns out, vegetarians are prone to early onset of mental disorders such as dementia and Alzheimer’s due to Vitamin B-12 deficiency.

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11 Nov 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

A new comic book shows how the Dongria Kondh tribe’s fight against Vedanta could have been one of many stories across the world

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22 Oct 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

On the fifth anniversary of India’s Right to Information Act, it’s time to ask: does it work? Judge from this man’s story

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15 Oct 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

A copy of the Quran, parts of which were written by Mughal ruler Aurangzeb, will soon be auctioned in Germany.

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27 Sep 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki
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