The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
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A shot for the heart
When it comes to cardiovascular disease, India is either one of the world’s greatest laboratories or killing fields, depending on how you see it. The prevalence rate of this ailment has shot up in the last five decades from 4 per cent to 11 per cent of the population. The World Health Organisat...  | Read.. 
Madness, a price for maths
Some people might be paying a price for humanity’s capacity to engage in mathematics, philosophy, science and the arts. A new study of brains and ...  | Read.. 
Cavemen’s choice: tandoori tortoise
A cave in eastern Spain has emerged as the earliest known site where prehistoric humans put tortoises on their menu. Fragments of tortoise bones and s ...  | Read.. 
A shot for the heart
Viruses in pen drive
q+aI bought a pen drive recently and, I am afraid, have been unwittingly spreading viruses to my friends’ computers. Please tell me how to get rid of the viruses. ...  | Read.. 
Genes talk
People who are sick look at those who are well and wonder: Why am I ill? Why not them? Is it the environmental pollution? Or my diet? Perhaps it is th ...  | Read.. 
Why Corner
Why do white spots appear on our nails?