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Science Tech  /  Published 23.11.20

Exploring the how of when

“The first thing to say is that, strictly speaking, there is no such thing as ‘time cells’ in the brain,” said Gyorgy Buzsaki, a neuroscientist at New York University, US, who ...

Opinion  /  Published 23.11.20

Influential player: Media becomes news in US polls

In the US the elections are as much about the media as they are about politics.  The American media’s conduct becomes a story every four years when the country elects a president, whereas&n...
By Sevanti Ninan in

World  /  Published 20.11.20

Covid-19 cases on the rise in America

With coronavirus cases on the rise in all but one state and a newly reached American death toll of 250,000, this would not seem the moment for the US to take a patchwork response to the pandemic. But...
By NYTNS in New York

World  /  Published 03.11.20

Trump allies block traffic

Vehicles with Trump flags halted traffic on Sunday on the Garden State Parkway in New Jersey and jammed the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge between Tarrytown and Nyack, New York. Another pro-Trump convoy in Vir...
By New York Times News Service in New York, New Jersey

Opinion  /  Published 10.10.20

Green peace: Forest bathing therapy

In the current climate of mental stress, people have taken to spending more time outdoors, both for exercise and relaxation. Now, you can participate in a guided, relaxing ‘Forest Walk’ in...
By Suhashini Sarkar in

World  /  Published 06.08.20

Chicago schools to reopen online only

Public school students in Chicago, the nation’s third-largest district, will begin the academic year remotely in September, leaving New York City as the only major school system in the country t...
By New York Times News Service in New York

World  /  Published 29.06.20

Elevator etiquette scales new heights

Kiss the elevator pitch goodbye — at least if it takes place in an elevator.Change is coming to the daily vertical commute, as workers begin to return to tall office buildings in New York and other ...
By Matt Richtel in New York

Books  /  Published 22.11.19

Lost and found amidst the bookshelves

It is easy to get lost inside a library as any avid reader would tell you. But in Idaho, this phrase has been given new meaning. Someone has been hiding anti-Trump literature as well as books on LGBTQ...
By Srimoyee Bagchi in

World  /  Published 08.01.19

‘I love my skin!’ Black parents find alternative to integration

“I love myself!” the group of mostly black children shouted in unison. “I love my hair, I love my skin!” When it was time to settle down, their teacher raised her fist in a black power salute....
By Eliza Shapiro/NYTNS in New York

World  /  Published 28.12.18

Why the New York night sky turned bright blue

There was a boom, then a hum. The lights flickered. A giant plume of smoke filled the New York City sky and turned it blue.“A sort of unnatural, fluorescent shade of blue,” said Bill San Antonio, ...
By Matt Stevens, Rick Rojas and Jacey Fortin/New York Times in New York


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