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Recovered but feeling negative? It could be post-Covid stress disorder

India, Nov. 27 -- After the coughing has stopped and the tests have come back negative, a fresh battle begins for some Covid-19 patients. Symptoms typically include headaches, lethargy, anxiety and in... Read More


Suspense, drama, auction! Another side to the artistry of Bhanu Athaiya

India, Nov. 27 -- Bhanu Athaiya is a "Progressive long lost to view; she is indeed, the only woman Progressive," art critic Ranjit Hoskote writes in the catalogue for an upcoming auction. Athaiya, wh... Read More


A pretty long shelf life for fact and fiction: Biblio turns 25

India, Nov. 27 -- Our aim has always been to be serious but accessible, says Brinda Datta, 58, managing editor of Biblio. One of India's longest-running little magazines, it's an independent venture t... Read More


The great return to the nest

India, Nov. 22 -- It's being called the boomerang phenomenon. Millions of young adults around the world are returning to the home of a parent or grandparent, their work or education hit by the turbule... Read More


The great pandemic-era return to the nest is proving hard on young adults and parents

India, Nov. 20 -- It's being called the boomerang phenomenon. Millions of young adults around the world are returning to the home of a parent or grandparent, their work or education hit by the turbule... Read More


'The labour market looks bleak for India's young women'

India, Nov. 20 -- In August, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and Asian Development Bank (ADB) released a report titled 'Tackling the COVID-19 youth employment crisis in Asia and the Pacifi... Read More


The parent perspective: Adjusting to a sea change all over again

India, Nov. 20 -- It's hard seeing your child out of sorts in the home in which you raised them. Hard to listen sympathetically as they complain about how much they miss a city far away and loved ones... Read More


Preserving relics in Manipur from WW2 battles that India forgot

India, Nov. 6 -- Fifteen years ago, Arambam Angamba Singh, then a young Manipuri civil engineer aged 33, made a difficult decision. On his desk at work were project documents for a building whose tech... Read More


Does Stoicism hold the answer to life in these chaotic times?

India, Nov. 6 -- Self-mastery is the secret to dealing with this chaotic world. That's what the Stoics believed. Their ancient school of thought and its relevance in our times are the focus of a new ... Read More


A lost language: How the deaf are navigating a masked world

India, Oct. 30 -- What would your world be like if your corrective lenses were suddenly taken from you? That's the sort of reality deaf people have been forced into in the pandemic. Overnight, masks h... Read More