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Did legendary poet Lord Byron have anorexia?

British journalist and author Antony Peattie traces the condition of anorexia in England’s celebrated poet, Lord George Byron, in his soon-to-be-released book Lord Byron, the 18th-century, Romantic era poet, was known as much for his flamboyant affairs, as he was for his literary genius. However, it is only in the past decade, that details of […]


Labuschagne to take a few notes off Pujara’s book

Australia’s latest number three batsman Marnus Labuschagne has said the first innings is vital to the result of the fourth Test and that they need to copy his Indian counterpart Cheteshwar Pujara to bat time as the game progresses. Pujara scored an unbeaten 130 as India finished day one at 303 for four. “He was […]


Salem administration, Collector enter Guinness Book of Records

For largest hygiene lesson on Global Hand Washing Day with 4,024 participants The Salem district administration and District Collector Rohini R. Bhajibhakare have entered the Guinness Book of World Records for largest hygiene lesson comprising 4,024 participants on the Global Hand Washing Day on October 15. The Collector received the certificate from the Guinness Book […]


P.N. Haksar, a true counsellor

P.N. Haksar’s stint as Indira Gandhi’s key aide was a lesson in statecraft and integrity P.N. Haksar, whose 20th death anniversary falls this month, on November 25, was one of India’s most eminent public servants. He served with great distinction as Secretary and then Principal Secretary to Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, leaving an indelible mark […]