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World class partying experience
'Pangaea is not for everyone'

'Pangaea is not for everyone'

Shobita Dhar | July 20, 2013
Pangaea is one of the top nightclubs in the world where celebs come to shake a leg.
India's obsession with fair skin
My baby whitest

My baby whitest

Shobita Dhar | July 20, 2013
The desire for ‘gora’ babies has many Indian couples opting for Caucasian egg donors.
Minute to burn it

Minute to burn it

Shobita Dhar | July 13, 2013
Bored by long workouts? Just seven fast and furious minutes can produce results.
Mobiles, diseases and rural India
Health on call

Health on call

Shobita Dhar | June 29, 2013
Mobile phones are being used to identify diseases like TB in rural India.
Cubicle cold

Cubicle cold

Shobita Dhar | June 15, 2013
ACs in offices, halls and malls can chill you to the bone and make you ill.
New Lessons
Hands-on training earns hard cash

Hands-on training earns hard cash

Shobita Dhar | June 15, 2013
Vocational courses are slowly earning respect in a degree-hungry nation.
Living with multiple sclerosis

Living with multiple sclerosis

Shobita Dhar | June 1, 2013
Multiple sclerosis is difficult to diagnose and equally difficult to live with.
The Great Life
Everyday opulence

Everyday opulence

Shobita Dhar | May 18, 2013
The luxury goods market in India is expanding to embrace everything from fans to fridges.

Need for a reality check

Shobita Dhar | May 11, 2013
The latest Annual Status of Education Report (2012) by NGO Pratham highlights how reading skills and learning outcomes in schools across states…
Ring of hope
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Help on call

Shobita Dhar | April 20, 2013
They come from different backgrounds but have one quality that makes them eligible - the ability to listen.
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