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Is mental healthcare on their minds?

Is mental healthcare on their minds?

If state and national budgets are any indicator, one is concerned whether our newly elected policy makers will show a mindsets shift when it comes to creating a robust plan for mental healthcare, especially for senior citizens

Why do some still say, wah Raj Thackeray!

Projections go wilder as some observers say that Shinde’s failure will lead Raj to take over the Shiv Sena

15 April,2024 06:43 AM IST | Mumbai | Dharmendra Jore

Why our democracy is a charade

Only the wealthy can dream of contesting elections, an exercise that can be viewed as a means to control the masses and legitimise State policies promoting the interests of big businesses

15 April,2024 06:42 AM IST | Mumbai | Ajaz Ashraf

Let’s never underestimate the power of the people

Citizens now expect answers from whichever candidate is fighting elections from their areas, seeking clarity on their stand and what they can deliver

15 April,2024 06:41 AM IST | Mumbai | The Editorial

Don’t Tolerate late pull-outs!

BCCI should ban all players who have withdrawn from IPL at the last moment citing personal reasons. Schedules for the international season and various T20 leagues are known in advance. So, to cite tiredness or whatever and withdraw should be a complete no-no; injuries or family issues are understandable

14 April,2024 07:10 AM IST | Mumbai | Sunil Gavaskar

Devy in the details

Celebrated linguist Dr Ganesh Devy is carving a Centre for Civilisation Studies in Mumbai—the latest in the series of institutions he has built, block by block, for the preservation of indigenous languages and cultures

14 April,2024 06:25 AM IST | Mumbai | Sumedha Raikar Mhatre

History, a ‘green screen’ game

In fact, Arcurea also explored creative ways for archival films, or images or sound to reach and engage with the public.

14 April,2024 05:46 AM IST | Mumbai | Meenakshi Shedde

Rise of Hindu Monotheism

And Hari, who was Vishnu, the shape-shifting householder, identified as bhagavan, the leader who apportions fairly to all in the group (sam-rajya)

14 April,2024 05:44 AM IST | Mumbai | Devdutt Pattanaik

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Illustration/Uday Mohite

History, a ‘green screen’ game

In fact, Arcurea also explored creative ways for archival films, or images or sound to reach and engage with the public.

14 April,2024 05:46 AM IST | Mumbai | Meenakshi Shedde
Illustration/Devdutt Pattanaik

Rise of Hindu Monotheism

And Hari, who was Vishnu, the shape-shifting householder, identified as bhagavan, the leader who apportions fairly to all in the group (sam-rajya)

14 April,2024 05:44 AM IST | Mumbai | Devdutt Pattanaik
Illustration/Uday Mohite

Nats and adult suffrage

“Sup yo, Rahul bruh?” Nats chirped, jumping out of the driver’s seat.

14 April,2024 05:40 AM IST | Mumbai | Rahul da Cunha
Illustration/Uday Mohite

Mixed doubles

There is no confusion of seeing your own face reflected in the enemy’s face if he is masked. Self and others are poles, not a tangle

14 April,2024 05:37 AM IST | Mumbai | Paromita Vohra
Sharad Pawar

Wild, wild West

The golden sugar belt of Maharashtra plays a game of thrones—Sharad Pawar fortifies Madha with a turncoat

14 April,2024 05:15 AM IST | Mumbai | Dharmendra Jore
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