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3 govt colonies on prime land to get makeover

NBCC gets go-ahead to build high-rises in World War-II era colonies — Netaji Nagar, Kasturba Nagar and Thyagraj Nagar


From the discomfort Zone: Diametrically different

The German machinery company is the loser too. Not only does it not sell more machines, its engineering is being copied.


Japan marks anniversary of Hiroshima atomic bombing

The bombed cities have long been spearheading anti-nuclear movements, calling atomic bombs ‘the absolute evil’.


Lighting The Scottish Sky: Indian Art shines in Scotland

Indian art shines in Scotland, from the WWI centenary commemoration to the Edinburgh Art Festival.


Metal magic: These handmade jewellery pieces are the newest wearable art

Swiss artist Esther Brinkmann’s handmade jewellery pieces are the newest wearable art.


Obama honours WW-II, 9/11 generations at Normandy

The anniversary events are taking on their own significance in a modern-day geopolitical crisis.


City teen wins silver medal at International Philosophy Olympiad

Two students — Abhishek Dedhe from Pune and Aparna Mishra from Bokaro — represented the Indian delegation.


A new Eastern axis

Japan, Thailand, India joining forces in Myanmar could challenge China’s dominance.

India is no stranger to the concept of an open skies policy.

In search of open skies

Easing restrictions on foreign airlines can only rejuvenate the aviation sector.


‘Mein Kampf’ signed by Hitler up for auction in Los Angeles

Hitler dictated “Mein Kampf,” two volumes of autobiography and anti-Semitic manifesto, to Rudolf Hess while behind bars to raise money for his criminal defence.


Oldest command hospital in India, in 250 years of solitude

According to hospital authorities, the maternity ward in the hospital was called hawa mahal because of the constant sea breeze it got.


Nazis plotted to create super-mosquitoes to infect enemy

Reinhardt considers this a clear indicator that the insects were to be used as an offensive biological weapon.

Noah’s Ark was round, suggests 4,000-yr-old tablet

Finkel got hold of it a few years ago, when a man brought in a damaged tablet his father had acquired in the Middle East after World War II.

Voldemort syndrome

When it comes to China and Japan, You-Know-Who’s to blame.

World faces a retirement crisis

Falling birth rates,longer life expectancy,global recession mean pensions are costing countries more even as elderly retire with less money


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