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Parle G Tales

18/10/2016 Leave a comment

Parle G — the name is enough to bring back childhood memories of fragrant biscuits dunked in hot milk. And the struggle to eat the soaked, soggy biscuit quickly before it crumbles back into the milk is a very real one. Almost every child has had Parle G since they were little, and some still … Continue reading Parle G Tales

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Measuring Happiness: My GNH Is Bigger Than Yours

17/10/2016 Leave a comment

Bhutan, India’s small, landlocked neighbour, has discarded the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) as an indicator of its growth and development. Instead, the country has picked a rather unique concept to determine its growth. Bhutan believes in the GNH (Gross National Happiness), which is a count of the collective happiness of the nation. Bhutan’s government or … Continue reading Measuring Happiness: My GNH Is Bigger Than Yours

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Down to Earth

09/09/2016 Leave a comment

A lot of households have old copper or brass utensils stockpiled in store rooms and we’ve often wondered why we don’t use them anymore. Well, it’s because a few decades ago, the utensil market was taken by storm when one vessel entered the market with a bang and was here to stay. It was the … Continue reading Down to Earth

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The Blue Story

31/08/2016 Leave a comment

There’s a spectrum of colour all around us, present in every part of our lives. From the clothes that we wear and the houses we live in to our natural surroundings, there’s a different shade around every corner. So, what happens when a new pigment is discovered? Indian scientist, Mas Subramanian added a new hue … Continue reading The Blue Story

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