Relationship & Lifestyle

Relationship & Lifestyle

Three Signs you might be Nurturing a Psychopath

Ritambhara tells us the three telltale signs of a psychopath, exclusively in Different Truths. There are no classes in schools and colleges on how to safeguard from miscreants and when it comes to dealing with the quintessence of relationships, we hardly find any pointers or guides. It’s all a trial-and error game from the get-go. […]

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A Sense of Wonder

We ourselves are miracles we need to delve into. Those who stop to wonder and ask life what it is trying to divulge, are attuned to an awareness that looks beyond a given situation. Shernaz takes us into the amazing world of wonder, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. The first apple that […]

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Let the Eagle Soar

Shernaz tells us about effective parenting and the relationship that we must have with children, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. Parents who keep hovering over their children like clucking mother hens often raise unhappy children. Their finest intent can still extinguish an aspiring flame before the pure oxygen of true understanding enlivens […]

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The Pros and Cons of Raising a Child in India

Nikita talks about the pros and cons of raising a child in India vis-à-vis the US (and other western countries). Read more in the regular column, exclusively in Different Truths. Our world comprises of cultures, values, belief systems, and ideologies of over seven billion people. We can all learn something from each other. I have […]

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Faraz Ansari: Will India respond to the Sisak of the LGBTQ Community?

Director Faraz Ansari’s Sisak is the first silent LGBTQ film of India that is not only creating waves at international film festivals but winning awards too; seven, so far. Not welcomed by the Indian masses, an undeterred Faraz aims to bag the National Award and hopefully see the ‘Sisak’ (Silent Sob) heard at the Oscars. […]

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Saying yes Always? Say no too!

Being compliant at the drop of a hat is a metaphor for ‘I am a door mat, walk all over me with your dirty feet.’ We need to exit this club of ‘people pleasers’ in a hurry and put back the word ‘no’ in our personal interactions. Shernaz dwells on the art of saying no, […]

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Why do Men woo Women on Social Sites?

Are men lecherous and debauch? If not, why do men flirt, woo and sextet women? Quoting personal experiences and studies, Samrudhi attempts to answer this question, in the new weekly column, Women’s Worldview, beginning this Monday, exclusively in Different Truths.   Mark Zukerberg’s pet creation Facebook – “an American for-profit corporation and an online social […]

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Hand-hold the Technology for a Better Today and Tomorrow

Apps have become an essential part of our lifestyle and it covers virtually every aspect of our daily life. Farheen takes a look at the advent of the apps, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. The advent of technology in the last few years has made our lives comfortable and smooth. Thanks to […]

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Celebrity Marriages are ending: Is the Media Evil?

Why are we becoming a society of stalkers? Why is the media feeding us personal stories of celebrities? It is a question we all need to ask ourselves. We are all guilty of relishing in the negative news about celebrities. Nikita takes a hard look at the media, rather a section of it that aggravates […]

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The Communication of Identity

We tend to unconsciously construct identities of ourselves but also form identities of other groups who we identify as different from through communication, based on stereotypes. These stereotypes or prejudices act as barriers towards successful intercultural communication. Seattle-based Chhavi examines the communication of identity issues, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. “Culture is […]

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