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Day: November 16, 2018

‘Enough About Ram’: Can Ramayana’s Sita be the Next Feminist Icon in India?

Sita is known to all as the emblem of faith, devotion and chastity. Later retelling, interpretations and representations of Ramayana have tended to describe her as the gracefully docile wife, who never left her husband Rama‘s side. She is also deified as the chaste woman who passed through fire unscathed to prove her ‘honour’ and […]

Indian Pacers’ Performance Will Be Seen With Intrigue: Gilchrist

Indian pace attack has shown the ability to rip through batting line-up but its performance against Australia will be followed with a lot of intrigue, said former Australian wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist. The current Indian pace attack is being considered as the best India have ever had as a group and Gilchrist feels that they have […]

Cyclone Gaja leaves trail of destruction in Tamil Nadu; 26 people killed, over 1 lakh in relief camps

Chennai: Cyclone Gaja finally touched the shores of southern Tamil Nadu during the early hours of 16 November, near Vedaranyam in Nagapattinam district. Gaja made landfall with higher wind speed than forecast by the India Meteorological Department. Coming in at 120 kmph, as opposed to the 90-100 kmph that was anticipated, Gaja caused more damage […]

Midnight Snack: Cleveland Has Most Bed Bugs in the US, Sleep Tight

Traveling to or within the US this holiday season? You may want to check out your odds of sleeping with unwanted critters. (Photo courtesy: AFP Relaxnews/ Geber86/ Istock.com) Loading… Travelers in the US take note: The risk of sleeping with creepy crawlies is higher in some cities compared to others. Ahead of the US Thanksgiving […]

Lost Two Races, Then Won a Bronze: Meet Para Athlete Avnil Kumar 

Video Editor: Rahul Sanpui Cameraperson: Sumit Badola Visually-impaired Indian para-athlete Avnil Kumar had finished fourth in the 100- and 200-metre race. But the losses didn’t stop him. He gave his everything to bag a bronze in the men’s 400 metre race at the Para Asian Games in Jakarta last month. “I was very happy that […]

Sabarimala LIVE updates: Trupti Desai’s visit stalled; activist to return to Pune from Kochi following protests

18:34 (IST) Visuals from Cochin airport #Kerala: Visuals of Trupti Desai from Kochi airport; she will return to her hometown Pune tonight after protesters did not allow her to proceed to #SabarimalaTemple. pic.twitter.com/EUHG3CIH9U — ANI (@ANI) November 16, 2018 18:30 (IST) Trupti Desai to fly to Mumbai by 9.30 pm flight from Kochi, reports India Today […]

What’s Your Excuse? Research Proves Living in Colder, Darker Climates Increases How Much Alcohol You Drink

New US research has found evidence to support the long-held belief that those living in parts of the world where the days are shorter and colder drink more alcohol, potentially putting people at a higher risk of liver disease. Carried out by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh Division of Gastroenterology, the new study set […]

Khmer Rouge Leaders Found Guilty of 1970s Cambodia Genocide

The last surviving leaders of the communist Khmer Rouge regime that brutally ruled Cambodia in the 1970s were convicted of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes Friday, 16 November, by an international tribunal. Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan were sentenced to life in prison, the same punishment they are already serving after earlier convictions […]

Despite blooming bromance between US and India, dissonance over tackling the China threat is glaringly evident

India-US bonhomie is in the air. Donald Trump got into a slight (needless) controversy over a Diwali tweet but everything else has been all sugary sweetness. The US president felt both countries are “very close, closer than ever before” and proclaimed that he is “grateful” for his friendship with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He even […]

Monster Meteorite Crater, ‘Bigger Than Paris’, Discovered in Greenland

Depending on the actual time of when the meteorite struck earth, the ramifications on life could be tremendous. Think the butterfly effect times a million. Summer sun setting over UK. Credits: Tim Peake/ESA/NASA Loading… Look out below!” We hope someone in Greenland yelled that out roughly 12,000 years ago, which is when a massive meteorite […]

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