The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Duel over the sun
In about five years, the sun will turn hyperactive — as it usually does every 11 years, and physicist Arnab Rai Choudhuri is trying to predict the level of its ferocity. On his computer at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, Choudhuri has simulated the outer layers of the sun — the fl...  | Read.. 
Star power
Counting the stars visible to the naked eye takes patience, persistence (and a certain kind of madness!) and many ancient astronomers have done it. Ab ...  | Read.. 
Encounters of another kind
As a psychology undergraduate, I would stand for hours in a railway station watching for passionate reunions between lovers. As soon as they were lock ...  | Read.. 
Work out: check the web
No, I am not going to wear my bariatric surgeon cap and ask you to go under the knife to lose weight. Instead, why don’t you do what you are norm ...  | Read.. 
Duel over the sun
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Pack those precautions in
Summer is here and India is on the move. Examinations are over and the vacations have begun. “Heading home” is now blasé. Exotic holidays ar ...  | Read.. 
Why Corner
Why is some hair straight and some curly'