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Return of Gussy Fink Nottle

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Spread the love            The principal of an international school has read my book and admired it greatly and has shared her opinion and appreciation of the book in particular and my writing in general on the social media. Totally flattered on having an intelligent articulate attractive young lady fan, we were in touch through social […]


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Bat-like, Nipah Turns Kozhikode Upside Down: Frantic Moves to Deal with Second Outbreak

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Spread the love           Already 17 of the 20 ‘Nipah infected’, who were hospitalised, are dead. That is a kill-rate of over 89 percent, much more than what heaven can accommodate in such quick-time. No ‘Maafi Mushkil’ or ‘Khuda Hafiz’. Not even a ‘Kannam Cheta’, see you brother! Just a quickie ‘Al Vidaa’ in the head while on […]


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A Potion to Heal and Kill

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Spread the love            Since thousands of years poisons have been both a deadly threat and a protective tool used around the world. Poisons have played a dominant role in our history and legends, persisting both as evil potions and curative antidotes. Tapati traces its antiquity, along with its recent use, in the regular column, exclusively for […]


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The Enchanting, Enigmatic Turban and Other Headdresses for Women – VI

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Spread the love            In the sixth and last part of the erudite research article, Fashionista Shameena tells us about turbans and other headdresses, particularly for women. She traces the current trends, tracing its antiquities, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. Turban evolves and turns chic when women adorn it in various parts of […]


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Turbans are the Identity of the Sikhs – IV

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Spread the love            Shameena tells us about the importance of turbans amongst Sikhs. It’s a part of their identities, she says, in the fourth part of her weekly column. A Different Truths exclusive. A very important and exciting event in the life of a Sikh boy is when he starts tying the turban. In a […]


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Three Things You Should Know about the Use of Colourants in Plastic Ware

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Spread the love            Ritambhara tells us the three things we must know about the use of colourants in plastic ware, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. We are often lured by the plastic ware adorned in different hues of orange, red, blue, green, etc. In fact, you name or imagine an attractive piece […]


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BJP Gets a Black Eye in Statue War: Parivar is a Poor Learner

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Spread the love           Post-Tripura-Lenin-Statue-Topple, Subramanian Swamy, Kiran Rijiju and H Raja went after the Leftist bust. And a little-known Tamil Nadu BJP small-fry called Muthu Raman took a hammer to Periyar’s head in Coimbatore. Then RSS ideologue Shyama Prasad Mukherjee’s statue got a black eye in Kolkata. Add to that a second Lenin statue brought down […]


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Bon Appetit: After a Full Belly all is Poetry!

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Spread the love            Food is interwoven into the culture of the Chinese people much like the Indians. With food, Gods are worshipped, ancestors are sustained, and spirits pacified. Food also plays a significant role in family politics, with women showcasing their culinary prowess for one-upmanship, says Suveera, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. […]


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Dental Bonding, Teeth Whitening and other Cosmetic Dentistry – II

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Spread the love            Shameena tells us ways to improve our smiles. In the second part of the three-part story, she tells us about dental bonding, teeth whitening and bleaching, along with its advantages and disadvantages, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. Last week, we learned about dental veneers. Let’s now understand what dental […]


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Spicy Orange Chicken: A Fusion Chinese Cuisine

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Spread the love            Sonali tells us how she tweaked the Orange Chicken, spiced it up to suit her Indo-Chinese cuisine taste. Read more about it, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. I love Indo-Chinese cuisine and before moving here, I loved the Chili Chicken and Hakka Noodles. That was my go to menu […]


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