Question: I really need some advice. I am falling apart. Please help because I have no one to talk to. I have been in a relationship with my boyfriend for one and a half years. Initially, everything was going on well but his behaviour started changing and he became very demanding. He keeps interrupting my plans with my family and demands my attention 24X7. During the first three or four months, I could bear his tantrums but I cannot do that anymore. I started to get irritated because whenever I am with my family, he would get angry and stop talking to me. I keep changing my plan with my friends and family only because of him. When I could no longer take his demanding nature, I told him that I would break-up with him. He then sought my forgiveness and asked me not to do so. He said that he would give me more space and we completed almost a year of our relationship negotiating all these and trying to find a balance. But later, I realised he cannot change his nature. I had no other … [Read more...] about Should I break up with my over-possessive and demanding boyfriend?
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In conversation with celebrated artist, Ravinder Reddy: What is your take on Anish Kapoor’s controversial sculpture ‘Dirty Corner’ that was displayed at Versailles Palace last year? I think Anish Kapoor’s sculpture was excellent and also very beautiful. Some of the debates were for the sake of it. If you try to read meanings that are not there, then people can create problems for any small thing. As it is, the British and the French are at loggerheads. There are various groups and media that has some role to play in how people perceive art. #GoldAgainstViolence #DirtyCorner #Versailles #AnishKapoor @dirty_corner … [Read more...] about Artist Ravinder Reddy’s take on Anish Kapoor’s controversial sculpture ‘Dirty Corner’
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— Apurva (@Apurvasrani) May 29, 2020 Apurva is known for writing films such as Aligarh, about a smalltown college professor demonised for engaging in a same-sex relationship in secret. He also served as an editor on the first season of Amazon Prime’s Made in Heaven, which featured a gay lead character. … [Read more...] about Apurva Asrani purchases house with partner Siddhant, says ‘For 13 years we pretended to be cousins’
“The main two branches are the ones that go to the temporal and parietal lobes. I call the top branch the ‘how stream’ or ‘how pathway’ and the bottom one the ‘what pathway’,” he says, proceeding to outline the process of visual perception. If the “how pathway” is damaged, in a bilateral stroke, for instance, then the patient can still recognise objects. But if you ask him to grab it, he reaches out in a different direction, unable to grab the object even though he can recognise it. After extensive treatment he can acquire the ability to do this correctly. On the other hand, if the “what pathway” is damaged, the converse happens. … [Read more...] about Visual perception is not just making a replica, says neuroscientist Vilayanur S. Ramachandran