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Work Hard, Spend Harder: Beware! It is Ruining Your Mental Health

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Spread the love21          21SharesIndia is the fastest growing market for any and every product you can find on the Earth. Why? Because we are 1.3 billion consumers base. Are you taking pride in it? There is a dark side to this so-called pride, warns Mahima, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. Globally, India is […]


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Three Easy Life Hacks for a Healthier Living

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Spread the love9          9Shares The modern lifestyle leaves little space to keep ourselves healthy and happy. The hectic schedule in this rat-race era demands consistent actions to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Ritambhara tells us three ways to remain healthy, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. In today’s world, staying healthy seems to be a […]


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Perfection – II

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Spread the love           Here’s the second and final part of the serialising Tatjana’s new book, Perfection, in three languages, Serbian and Japanese, other than English, exclusively for Different Truths. The Faraway Horizons of Poetry The poem is the homeland of feelings, a poet’s topography of the soul. Its sublimity inevitably strives for perfection, which must not […]


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Music and the Cusp between Day and Night: Songs on Dusk from the Fifties to the Seventies

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Spread the love            Music and poetry have been beautifully wedded in the songs of dusk in Hindi film songs where words become perfect pegs to showcase music aesthetically. The collapse of the dying day or anti-aubades is viewed by songwriters in Mumbai film industry with varying moods. Shaam could be a prelude to seduction, of frivolous banter, […]


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In the Inner Recesses of his Heart: Painting of Rabindranath Tagore in the History of Art

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Spread the love42          42Shares Rabindranath Tagore’s art combines both Indian and European aspects. The range of colours used in his work are reminiscent of the expressionist era, and Tagore’s style is close to that of Kandinsky, Picasso, and Matisse. It is also influenced by Japanese and Chinese art. It also documents what prominent art historians and […]


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Red Oleanders: An Evaluation of Translational Strategies of Tagore

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Spread the love39          39Shares Tagore’s visit to Europe and America is one of the stimuli that leads him to write Rakta Karabi and then to translate that into Red Oleanders for pinpointing the crises of western civilisation to the western reading public. Tagore does not accept the values of the industry-based society of the west. Of course, he is not […]


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The Art of Public Speaking

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Spread the love            We are in a world now where communication skills are the most important competency that will make or break your career. And public speaking is part of this competency. For some public speaking can be a nightmare. Preeyan gives invaluable tips to improve the art of speaking in public, in the weekly […]


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Despite High Reserves, External Sector of India is Vulnerable

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Spread the love           There are warning bells already as India’s trade deficit remained very high. This made the balance of payments situation vulnerable and it was time government became conscious of it and carried out big-ticket exports reforms as this is the right time to push exports with global trade looking up and expected to clock […]


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The Saga of Indian Reel Women down the Ages: Lights! Camera! Action!

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Spread the love            Mamta tells us about the women directors of Bollywood, who have followed the footprints of the pioneers, who broke the glass ceiling, as early as 1920’s, as part of the Special Feature, exclusively for Different Truths. “I do not hesitate to say that the average intelligent woman, gifted with the same sense of dramatic values […]


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chains, choices, chances, change … considering Women’s Day, 2018

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Spread the love            A newborn does not care about the mother’s credentials, caste, class, culture, creed or colour — only that the mother’s arms are strong, her hands supportive and gentle, that there is food, shelter, time to dream, and something to hope for, rather than violence. Michele raises several questions on Women’s Day, as part of the […]


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