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A Child Lost in his Special World

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Spread the love            The pain and agony of a mother of an Autistic child, crushed by the pressures of her life, takes a grim toll. Tapati recounts a heart-wrenching account, based on a real-life incident, in the Special Feature, Exclusively for Different Truths.  The young child was playing with crayons spread around. Mindlessly he would […]


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Charlie Chaplin: The Tragicomic Tramp Who Won Many Hearts Ruchira Adhikari Ghosh

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Spread the love            Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin, (16 April 1889 – 25 December 1977), an English comic actor, better known as Charlie Chaplin, is the greatest comedian that the cine world has ever produced. Charlie Chaplin, the Tramp, is depicted as passing through several rough and tough patches. There are times when he is treated […]


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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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Debt: Good for Banks, Bad for Individuals or Vice Versa?

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Spread the love            Debt is seen as a financial necessity and accounting treatment in today’s world. But the old worldly wisdom of living within one’s means is challenged by debt, persuading Tarun to investigate the emotional and moral basis of debt, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. Debt is a big issue in […]


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Am I Modern or Liberated?

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Spread the love            In introspection, Ruchira asks some hard questions, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. I never blindly followed social norms and customs. Period.  For this, I have to thank my parents. Though essentially middle class, yet they literally were avant-garde in their own quiet little ways.I was brought up as an individual, not […]


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Kishore Kumar: The Maverick Singer-Comedian Lives amongst his Fans

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Spread the love            Ruchira pays a tribute to the maverick singer-comedian, Kishore Kumar, on his 30th death anniversary (Oct 13). This Friday, the 13th, need not be scary, as we remember the talented singer, who continues to live amongst us. Read more in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. On 13th October 1987, the golden […]


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Social Media: Why Men Gang-up Against Women?

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Spread the love            The rule-maker of social media is coming out to be a lobby of men which dictates the women what they must write, how they must dress up and even how they must behave. Mahima explores the reason behind this male-dominated social media, which is a threat to women’s freedom-of-expression, in her regular […]


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What does it mean to be a Workaholic?

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Spread the love            In this competitive world, most workaholics are viewed as procrastinators and opportunities start to diminish in front of those who are. HR professional Preeyan tells us about workaholics, in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. No one wants to be called a workaholic. If you ask one, they will say that […]


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Guru Dutt, Sanjeev Kumar and Bimal Roy, Three Great Film Personalities, Were Born This Week

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Spread the love            Three great film personalities celebrate their birthdays this week. While Guru Dutt was a brilliant filmmaker, his personal life was a mess – possibly the tragic heroes he portrayed on the silver screen. His mysterious death due to an overdose of sleeping pills and alcohol, snatched a gifted filmmaker. Sanjeev Kumar shares […]


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Karishma and Arjun Struggled to Carve a Place for themselves in Bollywood

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Spread the love1          1Share Karishma Kapoor, a girl-child of the renowned Prithvi Kapoor family broke the family traditions, where women of the family do not act. She had drop school and become an actress to support her single mother and younger sister. Her mother, Babita, an actress, had divorced her husband. Arjun Kapoor, too had an […]


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