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Valuing harmony

Values education seems a dull and in-your-face kind of lecture on ‘how to be good’ to students grappling with multiple subjects and heavy-duty studies. But it can be imparted in a much more fun way which can have an impact on later life to help them become responsible and well-rounded citizens, discovers Ranjita Biswas. Full Article

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Easiest way to target women is by aiming at her sexuality: Seema Goswami

Journalist-author Seema Goswami, who had an opportunity to interview former Prime Minister late Atal Bihari Vajpayee during her career, was the guest author at An Author’s Afternoon presented by Shree Cement Ltd and organised by the Prabha Khaitan Foundation in association with Taj Bengal Kolkata on May 10. In an interactive session with her husband, celebrity journalist Vir Sanghvi, Goswami spoke at length about her book Race Course Road and also women’s position in politics. IBNS correspondent Souvik Ghosh brings excerpts Full Article

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Indian sprinter Dutee Chand reveals that she is in a same-sex relationship

Wynwood: Where Walls Breathe Art

If you want to know how art can ignite an once shady neighbourhood and turn it into one of the world's most instagrammable spots, visit Wynwood in Miami. Back in the 1980s till 90s, Wynwood in Miami was synonymous with drugs, crime, and prostitution. Decades later now, this once-forlorn patch of Miami, which was primarily known as a working-class district inhibited by Puerto Ricans, is a street art bombed neighbourhood, you just cannot miss if you are visiting Miami. Full Article

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