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Artistic licence with Waswo X Waswo
We have all heard of artistic licence but to see it live is something else altogether.
The loss of innocence
Why photo of a surrendering Syrian child touches hearts across the world
Super Saina is numero uno
India’s badminton ace Saina Nehwal has silenced all her critics. But more important, she seems to have finally conquered all her inner demons. After years of being in the top 10 of the game, the 25-year-old has made it to the numero uno position in the global rankings. Last week was also when she breached another barrier when she categorically won the Indian badminton Super Series, something that has been eluding her for a long time. As they say, the winner takes it all.
Ashton Kutcher getting to the bottom of things
Hollywood actor Ashton Kutcher has taken the bull by the horns and taken gender discrimination issues right to the bottom of it.
Made in India and serving the world
The Gulf war, non-availability of wood and support for the industry resulted in the local industry grinding to a halt a few years ago, forcing the craftsmen to take up employment building dhows in Dubai and Kuwait.
The earth is getting greener
Mapping by satellites using passive microwave remote sensing method shows vegetation above ground increased by four billion metric tonnes of carbon between 2003 and 2012
Who said it’s hard to get a driving licence in Dubai?
Stick to one or two instructors, follow the rules, stay alert and ask questions.
Google Glass prepares you for public speech
It can analyse the volume and speaking rate and present the data to the speaker in real time
Coming, Google maps for the body
The imaging technology, developed by high-tech German optical and industrial measurement manufacturer Zeiss, was originally developed to scan silicon wafers for defects.
Monica Lewinsky exorcises her demons
Seventeen years is a long time to spend on the fringes of life, sneered at and ridiculed, labelled as a woman of loose virtue and as the woman who almost brought a presidency down. Monica Lewinsky was merely 22 when she got embroiled in a relationship with the president of the United States of America and little imagined that it would lead to a scandal that would permanently discredit her and affect her life in ways she could never imagine. Last week she put all of that behind her and started a new life, on her terms.
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