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    Rituparna Chatterjee

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    It’s a wage, not labour, crisis: Three lessons for reforming India's labour lawsCalifornia dreaming: What the 'non-essential' moonlight reminds usCalifornia dreaming: The ocean nourishes, yet wears us out - and in that lies its dichotomyCalifornia dreaming: A life of memories, many of food
    California dreaming: Can happiness only be lived by accepting the moment just as it is?California dreaming: From a yoga mat to a blank page, finding your sacred space in a modern worldCalifornia dreaming: Tackling bullies in a world filled with stressCalifornia dreaming: How 'shooter drills' have become an annual tradition in this new world
    California dreaming: What it means to love - ourselves - and othersCalifornia dreaming: Teachings from a troll - a lesson on kindnessCalifornia dreaming: Finding joy in achievements that don't come with awardsCalifornia dreaming: Stuck indoors due to the wildfire, can the magic of children's books rescue adults?
    California dreaming: Gold, vermillion leaves,  pumpkin pie spice, & gratitude this HalloweenCalifornia dreaming: We don’t fix joy, then why must we fix sadness?California dreaming: From 'cheela' to cauliflower-crust pizzas, what 'sailing in two boats' tastes likeCalifornia dreaming: When you've lived around the world, how do you find 'home'?
    California dreaming: In times of gun violence & wars, understanding death through a child's eyesCalifornia dreaming: Is procrastination the secret to increasing productivity levels?California dreaming: What the elderly can teach us about 'slowness' in lifeCalifornia dreaming: Discovering the magic of Christmas away from the consumerism
    California dreaming: Why the adult world could do with some 'friendship benches' tooCalifornia Dreaming: When Silicon Valley, despite its rounds of funding & futuristic tech, taught me money is not the greatest luxuryParallel entrepreneurs: Indians simultaneously investing money in different ventures in Silicon ValleyHigh-Tech companies like Intel logs into advertising services too
    India nowhere near sending a human to space, China much ahead: NASA geologist Amitabha GhoshWith research in biology taking rapid leaps, Bioterror could be the next big threatMade in Space: Silicon Valley startup provides printing solutions that can print out replica in spacecraftsTen hot new features of Microsoft next generation Office suite
    Microsoft gives new touch & feel to Office software$4.5 mn X Prize in India by year-end; Ratan Tata among those determining prizesFrustrated by government inaction, people take matters into own handsCrowdfunding comes to science's aid as budgets, grants face squeeze
    Anti-virus solutions for connected homes tooGoogle Nexus 7 undercuts iPad by a huge marginGoogle Nexus 7 undercuts iPad by a huge marginViruses turn out to be new apps of biology
    Asteroid attacks: Can we avoid the disaster?Power of Ideas 2012: What Silicon Valley incubators offer start-ups & why India needs plenty like themFacebook IPO wealth might make many employees quit, let a hundred start-ups bloomSimulation software marks its might in safety, testing
    Science of food is hijacked to highest bidder: Raj PatelMission to mine the moon: Silicon Valley start-up plans to launch all kinds of lunar commerceNasdaq composite crossed 3000: What it means for tech startupsMachines will be embedded within us in hybrid age: Ayesha Khanna, Hybrid Reality Institute
    Biosimilar products development gets a USFDA norms boostStartups working on a clutch of new technologies that can change our day-to-day livesBold valley start-ups: Bringing robots to living roomsZynga: Life's a pretty large playground for Farmville creator
    Rovio's Angry Birds illustrates a good point: never take fun for grantedLiquid Comics knows what it is to breathe new life into RamayanaSilicon Valley's Indus Entrepreneurs  - helping fellow Indians and US entrepreneursILO-X, a small telescope on the moon, to let scientists see the sky from lunar surface
    US immigration: Silicon Valley start-up Blueseed vows freedom from visa to entrepreneursMaking an open source software can be more profitable in the long termSustainable philanthropy's no different from business: Naveen Jain, Moon Express10 accomplished Silicon Valley Indians on how it will change in the next decade
    Bioethicists chary of making animals 'human'Hubble to venture beyond solar system, seeking hot JupitersHow Silicon Valley's new Indian entrepreneurs are blooming in all huesMilitary robots sparking a revolution, both on and off the battlefield
    US pushes for Start-up Visa to keep immigrant entrepreneurs back in the countryWhy entrepreneurs are dumping US; Start-up Visa may helpLife after layoffs: How jobs lost in recession did not mean the endHuman mission to Mars by 2035: Is it possible?
    Golden jubilee of space visit: Captain Lovell has a problemIndian entrepreneurs in US stuck with temporary, non-immigrant work visasBiometrics: Business of Identity
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