sexta-feira, 12 de agosto de 2016

THE HINDU NEWS-A desrted road during curfew in Srinagar on Friday. photo: Nissar Ahmad

Mobile services snapped in Kashmir

Life remained affected in the Valley for the 35th consecutive day; curfew extended to many areas to thwart a march by separatists.

Madras HC dismisses plea against Isha Yoga Centre

Court gives liberty to parents to meet their daughters in the Foundation, without causing any disturbance to the peaceful atmosphere of the Centre.




From Kandadevi to Kallimedu

J. Balasubramaniam and A.R. Venkatachalapathy
The stand-off over Dalits’ claim to participate in the Badrakaliamman temple’s annual festival is part of a pattern.
Kanchan Chandra
Political dynasties further both inclusion and exclusion in India, explains Kanchan Chandra.
Passing the buck: “According to the dominant narrative, Islamabad is to blame for everything in Kashmir.” A masked Kashmiri protester in Srinagar.
From all assessments, the protests in the Valley are frighteningly spontaneous.
Some of the participating dancers and resource guides of this year’s Natyarangam dance fest. Photo:K..V. Srinivasan

The Krishna metaphor

Natyarangam’s annual thematic fest for young dancers opens today. Chitra Swaminathan on its multi-disciplinary approach.
Irresistible melody: A performance at the event.

In the river of melody

Manjari Sinha
From Shobha Chandra Singh’s pensive pena to Moirangthem Cherish Singh’s virile violin, the Swar Ganga Festival of Music showcased the best of Manipur.

In the mind of an artist

Sharmila Biswas and her co-artists discuss with Anjana Rajan the thought behind “Antar Yatra”, a cross-genre production that shares the journey of a w
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This undated photo shows a two-meter-long Greenland shark female from southwestern Greenland. In a report released on Thursday. Scientists reckon this species of shark is the oldest living animal with a backbone. They estimate that one of those they examined was born roughly 400 years ago and kept on swimming until it died only a couple of years ago.

Greenland shark now oldest living animal with backbone

One of the sharks that was examined could have been anywhere between 272 and 400 years old.
Titan, Saturn's largest moon, appears as a white dot at upper left in the first color composite made of images taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft on its approach to the ringed planet on October 21, 2002. Steep-sided canyons, hundreds of meters deep, that are flooded with liquid hydrocarbons have been discovered. on Titan.

Flooded canyons found on Saturn’s moon Titan: NASA

First direct evidence of the presence of liquid-filled channels on the ringed planet's moon, besides the deep canyons.
The smooth surfaces of angular and rounded rocks seen in this image of the martian terrain released by NASA. File photo

NASA selects six firms to develop space habitats

'Habitation systems provide a safe place for humans to live as we move beyond Earth on our journey to Mars'.

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