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Why you should choose these fragrances for your zodiac sign

Renowned astrologer Pandit Jagannath Guruji gives us the low down on which notes should be suit individual zodiac. Scroll down to know what is yours

19 August,2022 09:09 AM IST | New Delhi | IANS

Tangible rewards distinct from salary may help motivate employees: Study

A recent survey of firms in the United States revealed that 84 per cent spent more than USD 90 billion annually on tangible employee rewards, such as gift cards, recreation trips and merchandise in hopes of increasing productivity

18 August,2022 06:58 PM IST | Washington | ANI

New Year, Same Prayer: How Afghans in India brought in Nowruz

Nowruz is famously celebrated in Iran and South Asia but it is just as special to the Persian-speaking countries of Central Asia. From 'haft mewa' to family picnics, Afghan refugees and students in India reminisce about their New Year traditions

16 August,2022 04:59 PM IST | Mumbai | Ranjita Ganesan

Empathy in adolescents helps in preventing cyberbullying: Study

According to the research-results, published in the Journal of Early Adolescence, those higher in empathy were significantly less likely to cyberbully others in general, and cyberbully others based on their race or religion

16 August,2022 12:09 PM IST | Mumbai | IANS

Parsi New Year 2022: Here’s how Mumbaikars will bring in the festival this year

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With plans of family gatherings and customary prayers at the agiary, scrumptious food indulgences and a visit to a nearby theatre, Parsi families in Mumbai are all set to welcome Navroz or Parsi New Year on August 16

16 August,2022 09:00 AM IST | Mumbai | Sarasvati T

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I-Day: Sindhi Mumbaikars recount stories they grew up with about the Partition

I-Day: Sindhi Mumbaikars recount stories they grew up with about the Partition

As India gets ready for its 75th Independence Day, celebrations are due but not without remembering the people who were displaced in the process and now call this city their home. Two members of the Sindhi community in Mumbai talk about how the Partition of India changed their families’ lives

15 August,2022 11:31 AM IST | Mumbai | Nascimento Pinto
I-Day: Free India’s first citizens share memories of Mumbai during the struggle

I-Day: Free India’s first citizens share memories of Mumbai during the struggle

On Mid-day online’s request, the oral history project ‘Citizens’ Archive of India’ (CAI) dived into its repository to retrieve interviews that paint a picture of Mumbai during the run up to freedom and the early years of Independence

15 August,2022 11:31 AM IST | Mumbai | Ranjita Ganesan
Independence Day '22: NCPA and Prithvi Theatre to put up shows exploring freedom

Independence Day '22: NCPA and Prithvi Theatre to put up shows exploring freedom

Here's a quick-guide on events in the city you must attend to learn more about freedom and independence through arts and performances

15 August,2022 11:30 AM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent
I-Day 2022: Mumbai tricolour sellers return to the streets with festive cheer

I-Day 2022: Mumbai tricolour sellers return to the streets with festive cheer

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Many people are going to be celebrating Independence Day outdoors after two Covid-hit years. Young and old have been busy buying flags, badges and pins with the tricolour. Mid-day Online took a walk around Lalbaug market and spoke to three stall owners who are back and busy selling these paraphernalia to see how it feels to be back in business

15 August,2022 10:57 AM IST | Mumbai | Nascimento Pinto
Here’s a weekly roundup of Mid-day Online’s top features

Here’s a weekly roundup of Mid-day Online’s top features

This week has a little bit of everything festive and seasonal. We also speak to members of the Warli tribe and delve into the need for elephant conservation. Last but not the least, our Shelf Life series travels through Colaba and Worli to know more about the efforts helping economically weaker students study

14 August,2022 04:14 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent

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Cancer survivors, deaf children showcase their lockdown photography skills

Rajen Nair, a Mumbai-based partially-deaf photographer, has created two social media handles called 'Enabled Photography' and 'Cancer Art Project' to showcase the work of his students, who have a hearing disability or are cancer survivors from the city and around India. Since the young camera aficionados were bored indoors due to the Covid-19 pandemic, he encouraged them to keep busy by clicking local photographs which he shares on these pages. Here are some of the scenes they captured.  

19 August,2022 02:38 PM IST

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Here’s a weekly roundup of Mid-day Online’s top features

Here’s a weekly roundup of Mid-day Online’s top features

This week has a little bit of everything festive and seasonal. We also speak to members of the Warli tribe and delve into the need for elephant conservation. Last but not the least, our Shelf Life series travels through Colaba and Worli to know more about the efforts helping economically weaker students study

14 August,2022 04:14 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent

Salman Rushdie attack: Renowned authors Amitava Ghosh, Neil Gaiman, others react

Salman Rushdie attack: Renowned authors Amitava Ghosh, Neil Gaiman, others react

A few hours after Indian-born British author Salman Rushdie was attacked at a literary event in New York, several authors from the literary community around the world including Stephen King, Neil Gaiman, William Dalrymple, Taslima Nasreen and Amitav Ghosh have expressed their feelings

13 August,2022 02:15 PM IST | Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent

Here’s how study spaces in Colaba and Worli are helping students

Here’s how study spaces in Colaba and Worli are helping students

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'Shelf Life' is a fortnightly series that explores the reading culture in Mumbai. This week Mid-Day visits Worli’s Abhyas Galli and Colaba Study Centre to see how a metropolitan city that’s starved of space is making room for the youth from economically weaker sections to study and engage

13 August,2022 12:04 PM IST | Mumbai | Sarasvati T

Meet Taba Chake and Anoushka Maskey: Northeast India's next gen of music stars

Meet Taba Chake and Anoushka Maskey: Northeast India's next gen of music stars

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Mid-day caught up with the two Northeastern musicians, who call Mumbai home, after they sang their hearts out onstage in Pune recently. They talk about the pandemic’s influence on their music, singing in their mother tongue, and moving to Mumbai

12 August,2022 04:28 PM IST | Mumbai | Nascimento Pinto

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