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The Emergence of Plastic Surgery from the Renaissance to the Present Day – II

In the second part, Shameena tells us about the brief rise of plastic surgery during the Renaissance. The two World Wars led to the innovations, making plastic and cosmetic surgery safer and easier. The Renaissance: A Brief Rise in Plastic Surgery Translations of Galen re-entered Western culture during the late Middle Ages as Crusaders encountered […]

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There are no Shortcuts to Success

Bangalore-based Preeyan, an HR professional, tells us what it takes to succeed. Read more to know the elusive mantra, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. In the world we live in today, success has become very subjective. “Those who already have, seem to be getting more and those who don’t have, seem to […]

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One Bowl Double Chocolate Banana Muffin

Sonali shares a quick and easy recipe with over ripe bananas that were to be tossed away. The one bowl double chocolate banana muffin is yummy. Here is how to make it yourself, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. These one bowl chocolate banana muffins are perfect for breakfast or as a snack […]

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Air Travel Becoming Awesome: Hats Off to Technologies!

Farheen tells us how technology is making air travel much easier these days. Read more in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. Air travel is one of the most convenient and preferred modes of travelling. But, when the travellers think about air travel, considering a lot of factors, they get jittery and stressful. When […]

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Rousseau: A Citizen of Geneva and a Truest Cosmopolitan

Rousseau was not shy about his disdain for cosmopolitanism. In his political treatise, The Social Contract, he identified the cosmopolitan as a person who “pretended to love the whole world in order to have the right to love no one.” At the beginning of his pedagogical treatise, Emile, he placed a similarly cutting remark. Later […]

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