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Love is Love: How Blued is making finding love online easier for same-sex couples | sex and relationships

Love is Love: How Blued is making finding love online easier for same-sex couples | sex and relationships

We have been conditioned to believe love is only heterosexual. This widespread albeit limited belief led many to remain closeted all their lives because they or their idea of love would never be accepted by anyone around them – at home, amidst friends, at work and in the society at ...

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This unique tribal delicacy is making Araku popular

This unique tribal delicacy is making Araku popular

The heady aroma of bamboo chicken from the tribal regions of Araku has been drawing foodies from far and wide. Peppered with towering silver oaks, coffee plantations and pepper creepers, the meandering roads leading to the hill station are lined with the stalls of local villagers making and selling this ...

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Making your UK education more affordable

. It is often assumed that education in the UK is more expensive compared to other countries. But this assumption is not correct. The UK is a more affordable study destination than both the USA and Australia. The UK offers students with options that allow them to graduate sooner, avail ...

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Making your UK education more affordable

It is often assumed that education in the UK is more expensive compared to other countries. But this assumption is not correct. The UK is a more affordable study destination than both the USA and Australia. The UK offers students with options that allow them to graduate sooner, avail a host ...

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Making radio relatable – The Hindu

Making radio relatable - The Hindu

If you tune into BIG FM 92.7 between 5 and 9 pm, you are sure to have heard RJ Pradeepa’s show, Full-Time Pass. In between playing songs, he chats about everything under the sun and even throws in a quiz or two. While on air he has people from various ...

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Interview with the ComicFlix team on making new experiences from familiar films

Interview with the ComicFlix team on making new experiences from familiar films

Imagine digitally flipping through pages where you can read your favourite movie, re-constructed scene by scene, in comic book format. All-time hits like Ramesh Sippy’s Sholay, Rajinikanth-starrer Muthu (Tamil) and the more recent Telugu film Nene Raju Nene Mantri are all available as comics. San Francisco-based Olyvia Rakshit is spearheading ...

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Saina Nehwal and Parupalli Kashyap vow to keep making India proud; want kids to take up sports as passion and profession | tabloid

Saina Nehwal and Parupalli Kashyap vow to keep making India proud; want kids to take up sports as passion and profession | tabloid

If you get a high seeing the tri-colour flutter in the sky, then there is a bigger high to make the flag keep flying higher with your efforts. That’s the emotion Badminton’s poster couple — Saina Nehwal and Parupalli Kashyap — experiences each time they win a medal for their ...

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Democracy begins at home. Here’s how to enable children with decision making power at home | sex and relationships

High-pitched animated voices, laughter and chattering keep emanating from the first-floor home of the Rodrigues family thereby providing a lively and boyish aura to the building and immediate neighbourhood. Being Republic Day, Dominic Rodrigues, an energetic 14-year old student at one of Mumbai’s well known schools has invited his friends ...

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Making a note | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

Venki Ramakrishnan at the event Considered one of India’s most important literary events, the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival opened yesterday with a keynote address by Nobel laureate Venki Ramakrishnan at the imposing Diggi Palace, the venue of the five-day festival. Speaking on the subject “The role of Science in Today’s ...

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Making the Wood Sing | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

Ghulam Muhammad Zaz carving a santoor. Express photo by Zeenish Imroz Written by Zeenish Imroz Broken stairs lead to a narrow aisle with mud walls and one enters a small workshop in Zain Kadal, Srinagar. In a small room sits Ghulam Muhammad Zaz, 75, with a trapezoid instrument of a 100-strings, ...

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