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    DH on Saturday!

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    Editor's Note | DH on Saturday

    Bang in the middle of the pandemic last year, we launched DH on Sunday, packed with in-depth stories, features and analyses under the credo of Ideas on Every Page. It was unconventional timing, but good journalism is even more welcome in tough times. We value the feedback you have sent us and will work hard to keep your faith.

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    I see a paradox in philosophy and economics: CM Bommai

    Basavaraj Bommai makes himself comfortable on an ordinary chair, refusing to sit on a plush sofa. “This is most comfortable for my back,” he says. He chats without hesitation.

    The DH on Saturday team -- two reporters and a photographer -- has trailed him since morning, through multiple engagements, and we ask how he stays unruffled. “I don’t let administration or politics enter my system,” he says.

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    When the Land Whale blows

    Although all continents have volcanoes, about three-quarters of them lie along the west coast of America and across the Pacific Ocean covering Japan and the islands and nations of the Pacific.

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    Ship containers become homes

    Anabelle Viegas’ home near Nandi Hills is a head-turner. It is not your regular cement structure but a shipping container turned into a living space.

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    Open Sesame | News in comics: What's crypto?

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    Young authors debut, thanks to lockdowns

    Many teens have put the lockdowns to good use to write their first books.

    Thirteen-year-old Pramukh G has come up with a thriller. “I am a huge fan of adventure, mystery and thriller books. Most books in the market are predictable, so I wanted to try my hand at a book, making it as unpredictable as possible,” he says.

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    Rana Daggubati: Played a man who behaves like an animal 

    'Aranya’ may have released a while ago, but its lead actor Rana Daggubati is still living the role. Having played Bandev, a 50-year-old man, who lives in the forest and tries to save an elephant corridor, Rana says it’s hard to forget the experiences of shooting the project.

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    ‘Today, it’s Munawar. Tomorrow, it can be us’

    The back-to-back cancellation of standup shows by Munawar Faruqui and Kunal Kamra in Bengaluru has shocked the artist fraternity.

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    Bengaluru's heritage: Stamped and delivered

    The commemorative stamps issued by India Post over the years have revealed the cosmopolitan nature of Bengaluru.

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