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A fool's game

With so much music being streamed, swapped and downloaded from so many outlets these days, it’s valid to ask whether we can arrive at any sort of Grammy consensus.


Malaysian band The Carbolics unleashes crushing debut

Having paid its dues for some years now, the rock band has released an unrelenting cranium crusher of a debut.


New Delhi: In a crowded space

Manic drivers, spicy politics and cricket-crazed waiters are all part of the choking chaos of New Delhi.


Pedalling for a cause

Public health specialist Dr Unni Karunakara cycled over 5,000km across India to raise awareness about medical humanitarianism.


Celebration days

Heavy rock gets a dose of symphony from the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra in The Music Of Led Zeppelin.


Go tell it on the mountains: Kashmiri centenarians and the secrets of life

Pakistan has been named one of the worst places for old folks, but Kashmir’s centenarians say mountain life is the key to their longevity.


Led Zeppelin music orchestra-style is awesome Led Zeppelin music

'The Music Of Led Zeppelin' orchestral show brought the house down at Dewan Filharmonik Petronas.


Malala & Kailash: Nobel Peace Prize double-win for children’s rights

Pakistani teen Malala Yousafzai and Indian veteran Kailash Satyarthi carry off this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, highlighting their work in championing children’s rights.


Anxiety and depression: The unseen burden of treatment-resistant tuberculosis

The stigma and discrimination suffered by TB patients can lead to mental health problems. This adds to the challenging task of providing treatment.


Passion and prep work behind humanitarian rescue

International Federation Of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies health delegate Dr Jeyathesan Kulasingam explains the nuts and bolts behind rescue missions.