News  /  Published 12.05.22

Poor Net connectivity, low attendance in online classes worry teachers

Schools have returned to online mode of teaching. The switch has brought with it old problems like irregular network services and poor attendance, said teachers. At least one city school has decided ...
By Jhinuk Mazumdar in Kolkata

Opinion  /  Published 04.02.22

Genocide: refute or ignore?

In a US Congressional briefing, Gregory Stanton, Genocide Watch president and academic, said on January 12, “We are warning that genocide could very well happen in India.” A week later, in...
By Vivek Katju

Science  /  Published 16.07.19

Psychedelic microdoses can help focus: study

A University of Toronto Mississauga researcher and his colleagues have “uncovered high potential research avenues” for assessing the benefits and drawbacks of microdosing with the psychedelic subs...
By Elaine Smith

Opinion  /  Published 31.08.19

The comfort of discipline: an experiment

Fifty-two years ago, as protests against the Vietnam war were snowballing, the counter-culture gaining traction, young people rebelling against the roles assigned to them in matters to do with gender,...
By Samantak Das

Education  /  Published 25.02.19

Figure out your learning strategy

Q I am in school and I know that I am intelligent. My results are quite good but not the best. I manage to score 80 per cent marks most of the time but am unable to get higher marks than that. I lose ...
By Shivani Manchanda

North East  /  Published 26.06.19

Draft NRC add list triggers concern

Nearly 40 writers, academicians, journalists, social activists and others have signed an appeal comparing Assam’s detention centres to Nazi concentration camps and how a section of the state’s pop...
By Gaurav Das in Guwahati


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