Opinion  /  Published 15.01.19

Deep reflection is required of our police

The unrest erupting within the Central Bureau of Investigation is yet another reminder of everything that is wrong with our law enforcement infrastructure. Attempts to modernize criminal law have fail...
By Anthony Khatchaturian

India  /  Published 07.12.19

Mob thrashes Wayalar rape accused

An accused in the Walayar rape and death case of two minor Dalit sisters was on Saturday thrashed by a group of people following an altercation, police said.M. Madhu, the third accused in the case, wh...
By PTI in Palakkad

Opinion  /  Published 22.11.19

School children saved by the bell

Sir — It is a truth universally acknowledged that the ringing of the school bell elicits a collective sigh of relief. But such relief is now to be had several times a day. Karnataka and Telangana, f...
By The Telegraph

West Bengal  /  Published 20.11.19

Call for shield against violence

By Jhinuk Mazumdar in Calcutta

Entertainment  /  Published 14.11.19

H-app-y mom Soha

Viacom18 recently launched VOOT Kids, an app for children aged 2 to 8. The Telegraph caught up with Soha Ali Khan, who was a part of a panel discussion at the event about motherhood, her daughter Inaa...
By Ushnota Paul


Opinion  /  Published 13.12.18

The trouble with wanting to be the tallest

It was the inauguration of the Statue of Unity in Gujarat on October 31 this year that set me thinking about the human desire to be the tallest and the greatest. This statue is indeed the tallest in t...
By Devi Kar

Health  /  Published 04.11.19

Screen time impact on kids’ white matter

Children between three and five years old with more screen time display lower levels of structural integrity in the brain’s white matter, researchers said on Monday raising questions about whether s...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi

Jharkhand  /  Published 15.06.20

Parents juggle work and studies with kids

Parents have expressed concern at the request from schools to be present during the children’s live online classes.This has posed a problem for the parents, especially those with children at the pri...
By Our Correspondent in Bokaro

Opinion  /  Published 30.04.19

How screen time hurts children and society

Digitization might be an inevitable — and, in many ways, a welcome — aspect of technological and social progress around the world, but must it take hold of human lives from their very onset? The W...
By The Editorial Board

Books  /  Published 23.02.20

A global relook at the fairy tale

Reading bedtime stories to children has been an age-old tradition. Names like Grimm Brothers, Hans Christian Anderson and Charles Perrault have become synonymous with bedtime stories and for playing a...
By Kasturi Sen


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