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Pet talk
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Pet talk

In this week’s Pet Talk, Maneka speaks about the stripes of zebra, squirrel and striped mouse and explains how tigers communicate and about gaining a dog’s trust How did the zebra and the squirrel and the striped mouse get their stripes? There are several reasons that scientists have given over the decades: a) The stripes…

We’re even giving God a headache !
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We’re even giving God a headache !

Sonu Nigam wrote that azan, the call to prayer for Muslims early in the morning, was disturbing him. And lo and behold, all kinds of noise pollution erupted; from self-proclaimed God’s special children, the priests, to opportunistic publicity-seekers. While Sonu Nigam may not have lost his voice, he sure lost his cool and with that…

Self-discipline
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Self-discipline

By N.K.A. Ballal, Retd. Sr. Vice-President, ITDC One walks into a dinner engagement. After the dinner is over, you notice a young man or a woman pick up their plates and politely ask their hostess if they can wash and keep back their  dinner  plates. How do you react? Wow, what an upbringing? Is this…

Pet talk
Columns, Pet Talk

Pet talk

By Maneka Gandhi In this week’s Pet Talk, Maneka speaks about the reproduction in cockroaches and identification of gender in Goldfish. What do tadpoles eat? Tadpoles are aggressive eaters because of their rapid growth rate, and one of their favourite foods is algae that grows in pond water and along rocks. As they develop, tadpoles…

The Public and The Police
Abracadabra By K. B. Ganapathy, Columns

The Public and The Police

Importance of reading the written law and rules. But Police have greater responsibility. A couple of days back a friend of mine in his eighties came to my office with a bulky file requesting me to publish a report on a subject related to Police or to talk to the Commissioner of Police. A tall…

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