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Midnight's Children Turn 75

Like many others born in 1947, these five prominent Indians have given much to the nation. This month, as the country celebrates another historic anniversary,we ask what has India given them
PHOTO: MANDAR DEODHAR
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Not Just Rocket Science

Actor R. Madhavan on donning many hats for Rocketry: The Nambi Effect, keeping his swimmer son grounded and why SouthIndian cinema is thriving

Image Courtesy: Pixabay
True Stories

And Just Like That.. He Was Gone

A daughter looks back at the loss, love and legacy of her father

Illustrations by Siddhant Jumde
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Funny People's Funniest Stories

Our grab-bag of jokes, quips, gaffes and gags by laughmakers from around the world

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Laughing MATTERS

Humour connects us to one another. But how has what we find funny changed over the past 100 years?

True Stories

Lending a Hand in Ukraine

Amid the brutality and destruction,people around the world have reached out to help those caught in the crossfire.Here are a few of their stories

“Hey! Can you at least give me a minute?!” Cartoon By Raju  Epuri
IT Happens

Needy Naps, Justice league,Strip and Search, Unending Love and More

Round-up of crazy, wacky tales from around the country 

Erno˝ Rubik, the inventor of the Rubik’s Cube, at his home in Budapest.Photo: ©AKOS STILLER/THE NEW YORK TIMES
Features

Meet Ernő Rubik

He devised one of the world’s most popular and enduring puzzles—and he’s still learning from it

Illustration by Spencer Ashley
True Stories

"Got You, Mama!"

Important lessons I’ve learnt while playing board games with my kids

Illustrations by Siddhant Jumde
True Stories

Appa's Crossword Magic

A writer learns the worth of her work through her father’s love for word puzzles

Conversations

"We need our boys to have female icons to look up to ...": In conversation with author Kiran Manral

Author Kiran Manral on the defining changes in the trajectory of our nation and on the need to have female role models not just for young girls but also for young boys.

M. Fathima Beevi: Lady Justice
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M. Fathima Beevi: Lady Justice

How a humble, unassuming woman from Kerala became the first Indian female Supreme Court Justice

Banudhar's Sack Of Rice
True Stories

Banudhar's Sack Of Rice

How a decades-long friendship began with a life-saving act and a humble gift

At The Museum Of Memories
Features

At The Museum Of Memories

A daughter’s bittersweet journey in reconnecting with her long-cherished past

Seed Savers
Features

Seed Savers

How amateur gardeners are protecting Canada’s botanical biodiversity