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Belly Up

posted by Anand Ranganathan|February 27, 2014   in Life|63 comments

Our bloated country can give tough competition to the bloated bellies of malnourished children in India.

Management Classics Made Easy- Newslaundry

Management Classics Made Easy

posted by Shovon Chowdhury|February 25, 2014   in Life|16 comments

Management books too fat and boring to read? Worry not. We synopsise them for you.

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Letter To Ms Tehelka-Assault-Victim

posted by Nirupama Sekhri|February 14, 2014   in Life|235 comments

Why the accusations of rape against TarunTejpal are not a leg up for women’s freedom and rights.

How to become a management guru- Newslaundry

How To Become A Management Guru

posted by Shovon Chowdhury|February 12, 2014   in Life|6 comments

How Politicians & Authors Have Used The Rules Of Market Segmentation Most Effectively. Some Unusual Suspects Here.

Dylan Farrow & Child Sex Abuse

Dylan Farrow & Child Sex Abuse

posted by Sudeshna Mukherjee|February 6, 2014   in Life|3 comments

The Dylan Farrow allegations are not just about celebrity mudslinging. They also highlight the issue of child sex abuse.

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The Science Of Slavery

posted by Anand Ranganathan|February 3, 2014   in Life|38 comments

Why you should watch 12 Years A Slave and Django Unchained back-to-back.

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Asha Mirje The Wise

posted by Rajyasree Sen|January 30, 2014   in Life|14 comments

Asha Mirje says women are responsible for rapes. This is our show of appreciation for her.


No Party At Pranab’s House?

posted by Arunabh Saikia|January 29, 2014   in Life|16 comments

The quest for whether we’ll be able to host our anniversary gig at Rashtrapati Bhawan carries on.


Indie Rocks

posted by Visvak Sen|January 17, 2014   in Life|2 comments

Miss Lovely is yet another milestone in the journey of independent filmmakers in Indian cinema.

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Gene Therapy

posted by Anand Ranganathan|January 17, 2014   in Life|12 comments

Are molecular biology and medicine borrowing from children’s imaginations to cure debilitating diseases?

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