India Today: Published articles and interactives
The age-old walls are crumbling under the weight of unauthorised construction and the incessant spawning of roofs and new shops.
Here are 10 reasons why the Canada-born actor should not be judged in India by her body of work abroad.
In all of his 63 years, Williams continued to be a motormouth, only to be beaten by his faster mind.
The count, reports said on August 28, was more than 1.5 crore bank accounts opened in a single day.
The Latin-American-Indian music album titled 'Pantera', brought out in 1987, was a radio chartbuster in New York Hit Parade.
Long form writing and features in Open magazine, India
The American card game of No Limit Texas Hold'em poker is drawing Indians of a certain disposition to casino boats in Goa: whizkids who insist that it’s a game almost entirely of skill
Sitting with over a hundred people clustered around red felt-top tables, this enthusiast played a game that was neither the fabled Diwali matka of teen patti, nor Contract Bridge.
At the First Indian Annual Comic Con, compulsive doodlers will get to meet published graphic artists
In an unexpected twist, this enthusiast saw his rafting trip on the Zanskar turn into a struggle for survival against floods and landslides. Passing by wreckage of the weather, he realised the violent river was the only way to safety.
The lure of a job got the writer to pack his life in his car and travel the breadth of the American continent and back. He conquered the road, and also regained his confidence.
Self-taught Indian American musician Vijay Iyer is wowing the world today. But he started playing the piano only to annoy his sister.
On World Cup eve, they recount how they stopped a temple being built in the skipper’s name
Three leaders from Jharkhand get flats in 2011 DDA lottery, making it the most for politicians from any state.
In Punjab, the spirit of kabaddi trumped the heat, chaos and IPL cricket in a festive celebration of the game.
The necklace is an overpowering and almost macabre motif in Anju Dodiya’s ‘fictional self images’.
From Gurgaon ki Awaz to Tashi Delek Radio, an Indian engineer’s software is transforming Indian community radio.
He’s 94, but not afraid of opening up to new technology. MF Husain sketches his life out for the e-reader.
A daughter’s tribute brings to life the portrait of legendary filmmaker Bimal Roy.
"Fleeing is the worst thing you can do. That’s when you put yourself and all others around you, including me, in danger."
This young Indian American could be the next desi success story in US politics after Bobby Jindal.
Aravind Adiga’s Booker prize-winning novel The White Tiger, has been integrated in the MBA curriculum at the Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode (IIM-K).
A spelling howler has already made this Chilean 50-peso coin a numismatist’s delight. Instead of C-H-I-L-E, the coins have C-H-I-I-E embossed on them.
The Japanese Wife weaves an innocent love story out of an improbable modern-day fairy tale.
Here comes another Bangladeshi expatriate author in English who easily qualifies as one of the finest from his country.
Your odour is unique and can now be used to aid law enforcement, as evidence in court, or to diagnose an illness.
Operations Research and Management Sciences Articles
Professor Leo Kroon is an OR specialist and a teacher who commutes on the same railway system in Netherlands that he helped put together a new timetable for using operations research. He and his colleague Dr. Dennis Huisman reprised their Franz Edelman Award-winning presentation 'The New Dutch Timetable: The O.R. Revolution.'
Dr. Kenneth Chelst's dream is to make high school math as exciting as ever. He wants to deploy a high school math course driven by OR and IE principles and applications.
Karla Hoffman retraces the history of auctions from the day when the whole of the Roman Empire was auctioned off, and to the present day's spectacular success of eBay.
Dr. Roger B. Myerson, the 2007 Nobel Prize winner in economics, delivered his plenary speech to INFORMS on Monday. His topic was 'Perspectives on Mechanism Design in Economic Theory.'
Maj. Gen. David D. Halverson's primary job is to make critical decisions for the U.S. Army and he's glad operation research is around.
Urban planning has traditionally tackled passenger transportation - both private and public. But a movement started in Europe and Japan about 15 years ago that wanted to do away with freight movement in the city. Freight transportation was said to interfere with urban life, adding to congestion, pollution, and noise. The idea of City Logistics was hence born and Teodor Gabriel Crainic, a professor at UQAM in Montreal, is at the center of this movement.
In his lecture on Tuesday, Lawrence Wein, professor of management science at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a security strategist in Senator Barack Obama's team, animatedly described how people would die in the auditorium if there were to be an anthrax attack. Anthrax spores, he said, would seep into the hall and splotch on the carpet.
Burcu Aydin, from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, won Tuesday's interactive session and a $750 prize with her poster presentation entitled 'Optimization over Tree Structured Objects.' Her study enables us to look at a picture of person's brain and determine the characteristics of the human being, for example the age, gender, right-handed or left-handedness, or even the race of the person.
- Rob Rose's 'User Centered Employee Scheduling' poster
Articles published for the American Red Cross
American Red Cross Delivers Holiday Cheer to Wounded Service Members
Red Cross Provides 'Family Touch' to Veterans
Red Cross Connects Armed Forces Members Serving Abroad
It’s Tornado, Lightning, and Flood Season, Too
Red Cross helps Florida residents recover from tornadoes
Red Cross blood donor e-cards brighten holidays
When the weather outside is frightful, keep fires delightful and safe
Thanks for Giving: Planned Gifts — Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow
Annual Campaign Seeks Support from Federal Workers
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try to improve weather predictions
Lone Ranger in Iraq
student group addresses problems, needs
Balls: How IU Halkats Play Cricket