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The Chai that Cheers: The Inside Story

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Spread the love           Ruchira tells us the story of tea. She traces the antiquity of this wonder drink and how it spread to other parts of the world. Read more in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths.  “Thank God for tea! What would the world do without tea! How did it exist? I am glad […]


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Learn to Dodge BIN Attack with your Payment Cards

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Spread the love           A cybersecurity expert, Reetwika tells us about a very fashionable cybercrime which is raving the global payment card industry with a snowballing trend of monetary scams, especially where the card is not present during transactions like e-commerce purchases, online payments etc. As a cardholder, it’s time for us to know how we are […]


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God of Everything Falls

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Spread the love            An intriguing fiction by Lovita, for the Special Feature, exclusively for Different Truths. Love is these rays of being,                                Love is this readiness to begin. Few to love in concrete time. Please don’t hug! He would squeeze out his body from mine, defensively, protest like a coming of a revolution. He […]


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Turban in Europe and its Fashion Trends among Women – V

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Spread the love            The turban was introduced into fashionable European dress in the early fifteenth century and its usage continued until the sixteenth century. It has been revived many times in women’s fashion at intervals since the sixteenth century. The turban has acquired a more contemporary form in the twenty-first century. Shameena, in the fifth […]


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Turbans are an Integral Part of Sikhism – III

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Spread the love           The next two parts deal with turbans amongst the Sikhs, tracing its genesis, how it’s worn and other details. Here’s an in-depth research by Shameena, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. Turbans are a source of mystery and all too often, terrible misunderstanding to those who don’t wear them. What do […]


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Venice: The Wondrous Floating City

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Spread the love            Ruchira takes us on a tour of Venice, a quaint city built on a cluster of 118 islands, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. This quaint city built on a cluster of 118 islands, off the coast of northeastern Italy, has evoked fantasy, and imagination down the centuries. Its appearance […]


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Women as Sex Symbols: Are we Predators and Prey at Workplace?

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Spread the love64          64Shares Are the two genders nothing more than the hunted and the hunting, the predator and the prey, in the jungle of primeval consciousness. Why are fashionable women seen as sex objects at social gatherings or at the workplace? Singapore-based Rina reacts against the ogling and groping, in the new column, every week. […]


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Feel the Jail, Ice Chunks Fall from Skies, Temple Idol Goes Savvy, Shikkari Shambu Sued

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Spread the love            The Telangana prison department runs the unique jail tourism programme called ‘Feel the Jail’ where anyone can stay for 24 hours inside the Sangareddy Prison, built during the Nizam era in 1796. An icy ball which fell on a Haryana village that was suspected to be an extra-terrestrial object was frozen human […]


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Cakes or Kebabs: We owe it to the Alien Cultures

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Spread the love            Ruchira tells us how the composite Indian culture developed synergizing with other cultures, which the jingoists prefer to call alien, something that is corrupting the pure Hindu culture. Read more in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. This has been going on for quite a while. Might go out of hand […]


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The Language of Schizophrenia – I

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Spread the love            Language and what we experience through it has been deeply contested by various scholars. A renowned psychiatrist, Prof. Ashoka, delves into the theory of language, its symbolisations and much more, as interpreted by Sullivan, Cassirer, Whorf, Sapir, Lidz, and Freud, in the first part of this three-part erudite research, in the weekly […]


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