Ageing blues

It’s not an easy lesson to learn, especially if you have been around for a long time and become accustomed to people paying attention to whatever you are saying, even when it’s a lot of rubbish. But it is a lesson everyone has to learn as they grow older: younger people

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From home to ‘smart home’

Innovation has become the heart of the green energy movement. It has brought with it options that sometimes go beyond imagination. But which promise an easier and more secure life for those ready to embrace technology. For senior citizens or those with disabilities, technology can sometimes be

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Saluting our doctors

I have seen the TV serial The Good Doctor. A doctor is always good. This is a noble profession and the doctors are bound by the professional oath of honesty, integrity, transparency, accountability, confidentiality, respectfulness and lawfulness. In the present pandemic, doctors are in the frontline, serving tirelessly

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On the racks

Hisila Author  :   Hisila Yami Publisher : Penguin Random House India Pages : 384; Rs.499 Hisila Yami in her political memoir writes about her life as a Nepali politician and an architect. She talks about being a young

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Icelandic avant-garde pop singer Bjork once said that the only way we are going to get to the other end of the 21st century is by collaborating with nature — by harnessing solar power and wind power. She couldn’t have been more right. As

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