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A dose of comic relief

Harsh Kabra | January 5, 2013
There may not be much humour in medicine but there is some medicine in humour. Doctors are acknowledging the therapeutic benefits of having a good…
A whiter shade of green

A whiter shade of green

Harsh Kabra | August 4, 2012
Sanjeev and Nanda Khadke's house is no mansion, but it is impossible not to be overwhelmed by a sense of space.
SOUND in the ears
Silent noise

Silent noise

Harsh Kabra | July 2, 2011
Van Gogh and Hitler had this condition. Now, a growing earphone culture has meant that many more people are living with an incessant sound.
What's the C-Word?
How corrupt is Sweden?

How corrupt is Sweden?

Harsh Kabra | June 18, 2011
Despite no vernacular term for it, Sweden's got graft. But its correctives are worth watching.
The Water Front
Pirates of the Arabian

Pirates of the Arabian

Harsh Kabra | June 4, 2011
India recently changed its policy on pirates, deciding, rather controversially, not to arrest them in future.
Mango in trouble
Missing mango

Missing mango

Harsh Kabra | June 4, 2011
Freak weather last year has affected the current mango yield - expected to be 50% less than usual.
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