Opinion  /  Published 19.07.20

Death sentence: human exploitation beyond limits

Sir — The culling of minks on a farm where they are raised for their fur might not come as a surprise to many. But close to 1,00,000 of these creatures are being slaughtered because they contrac...
By The Telegraph in

Opinion  /  Published 04.07.19

A school which has no exams

When I visited Pondicherry in May, it was even hotter than Calcutta. Yet the local people were happily going about their business, the women, many of whom sported fragrant flowers in their hair, had a...
By Devi Kar in

Travel  /  Published 20.04.19

Into the wilderness of Joshua Tree National Park

Shiladitya Chaudhury is a communication consultant and restaurateur. His passion for wildlife photography takes him to the remotest of places...
By Shiladitya Chaudhury in

Health  /  Published 08.02.20

Treatment hope for age-related blindness

Scientists have identified a key protein linked to age-related macular-degeneration, a leading cause of blindness, that they say could help in early diagnosis and efforts to design novel treatment str...
By Our Special Correspondent in New Delhi

Science  /  Published 05.02.20

Cancer map fuels hope

An international research group released on Wednesday the most comprehensive map of cancer genomes to date that scientists say could allow them to detect the earliest triggers of cancer years in advan...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi

North East  /  Published 07.01.20

IITG in list of ‘top 50 young universities’

The Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, has featured in the “Top 50 young universities in chemistry” in 2019, according to Nature Index, a science journal. IIT Guwahati is ranked 20th in the...
By Rokibuz Zaman in Guwahati

North East  /  Published 21.12.19

Celebration of theatre in the lap of nature

The tall sal trees at Rampur village in Agia in Goalpara district of Assam came alive on Saturday as a few hundred villagers and guests assembled to witness a unique theatre festival.The 10th edition ...
By Abdul Gani in Rampur

Opinion  /  Published 09.01.19

Scientifically accurate and exquisitely beautiful

What can art have to do with science? For most people, the essence of science lies in objective, rational analysis of dispassionately recorded data, whereas art is about creativity, imagination and id...
By Nandini Chatterjee in

Jharkhand  /  Published 01.01.19

Revellers throng Dhanbad butterfly park

The Sir Dorabji Tata Park at Jamadoba here was swarming with butterflies to welcome hundreds of picnickers who flocked to the greens from all across coal town and beyond to celebrate the New Year.The ...
By Praduman Choubey in

Jharkhand  /  Published 01.01.19

Over 1,00,000 out for picnics in Ranchi

What day is it? Picnic day, silly. So, what if you’ve partied all night to usher in the New Year. Grab your picnic basket already and go have some amazing fun in the winter sun.Now, that is some fri...
By Raj Kumar in Ranchi


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