• Jun
    24

    Questions:

    1. In the Mahabharata all the great warriors had their own conch shells

  • Jun
    20
    By Nina Sabnani

    Kaavad Banchana’ is an oral tradition of storytelling — which is still alive in Rajasthan — where stories from the epics Mahabharata and Ramayana are told along with stories from

  • You’d always thought of computers as being the most practical, out-of-the-ordinary, user-friendly, wonder tools, be it any field — the arts, the sciences, engineering, medicine, or think of what you

  • Rather than the movement of muscle and mankind, it appears that our morrow lies increasingly in the manipulation and movement of electrons. If we look before and after, our

  • Web censorship is something of an oxymoron since the WWW was intended as an open platform. However web censorship is a real thing and it exists in India

  • Jun
    17

    Questions:

    1. What is the connection of the person who received the United States patent 1 993 334 in 1931 for a polo stick to the last days of the

  • Jun
    13
    By G Venkatesh & Emma Johansson

    Can we build energy-generating wastewater treatment plants in India or not that is the question. Yes we can; when there is a will there would be

  • Jun
    10

    Questions:

    1. He is married to Vera Rosenberry who is known for her Vera series of children books

  • Jun
    06

    In India spendthrifts are often reprimanded thus – paise ped pe nahin ugte! (Money does not grow on trees!). But surely it does…when forests are managed responsibly

  • When Burrhus Fre­deric Skinner, the pioneering psych­ologist, published his autobiography, Particulars of My Life, exactly 60 years ago, he not only went so far as to question whether classical Pavlovian