The Telegraph
| Monday, November 28, 2016 |


Mind your language

Those who learn two languages in early childhood grow up to be smarter and more focussed, finds T.V. Jayan

It is not very often that research carried out in Europe has a direct bearing on people living in countries such as India. This one may be an exception. In a study that could have profound implications on people who speak more than one tongue - as... | Read»

The sun, D-valued

In India we get abundant sunshine all year round - sometimes even a little too much of it. So, when it was discovered that people in developed countries (where regular sunshine is a rarity) were deficient in vitamin D, we smugly presumed that that... | Read»