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Sucharita Sen

Sucharita Sen

Associate Editor, ITGDsucharita.sen@aajtak.com
Associate Editor, ITGD

By Sucharita Sen

Lockdown Love: When their eyes locked during lockdown

Gathering all his guts, Rex extended a paw towards her. Just when they were getting closer, Vaibhav picked up Brownie in his arms.

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Dear Dhoni, I am a huge fan. But I want you to go now

We will remain your fans forever, Dhoni. We are used to seeing you finish with a bang, and can't bear to see you walk out with a whimper.

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How Deepika Padukone gave Bollywood a hero to look up to

From experimenting with roles in the movies, to standing up for social causes in real life, Deepika has all it takes to be our shero.

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We all stand accused in the Hyderabad rape-murder

We are the moral police teaching women why and how they should avoid 'danger'.

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What would life be like for Dhoni after cricket?

Dhoni fans don't seem to have had enough of his helicopter shots, his stumpings and most importantly the 'Dhoni Review System'.

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Political Khichdi: Why the regional mix-rice dish is the hot favourite this election season!

Like politics, khichdi varies from region to region. Here is a peek into the regional platter that is going to be offered to the Indian public this poll season.

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Ashwin Mankading during IPL: Why some people are taking the moral high ground

Shane Warne criticising Ravichandran Ashwin is laughable. Someone should remind him of his on-field controversies. Others must back off too.

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Trolls, wash your minds with the detergent whose ad you're needlessly slamming!

In attacking an ad that showed a beautiful message of friendship and peace, bigoted trolls did not realise that they unintentionally helped spread the same message too!

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Mamata Banerjee's Didigiri: The journey from slaying the red dragon in Bengal to taking the PM head-on

Didi refuses to crumple before a challenge. On the contrary, she is ready to take on anyone who comes in her way. So is she on the her way to becoming India's first Bengali PM?

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'Meri Maa': Mothers and their five questions that can bring your world to a standstill

Salute to all mothers. Only they can ask you the weirdest questions, and still have you loving them for it!

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Priyanka Gandhi's political debut: Will 'beti' do what 'beta' couldn't?

The BJP might mock the Congress for this step — but Priyanka is here to stay.

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Five cool things to learn from MS Dhoni

Beyond cricket, here are five things Dhoni can teach us.

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Cricket: A gentleman's game but where are all the gentlemen?

There are big players in the gentleman's game but they are definitely not gentlemen.

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Why Nirmala Sitharaman is the dazzling new 'angry woman' of Indian politics

Her Rafale rebuttal in Parliament left even Rahul Gandhi gasping for breath.

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Section 377 to adultery, Sabarimala to Triple Talaq — why the epic moments of 2018 seem to fade out in 2019

Are we carrying a social hangover of judging people into the new year? A hangover that will override the ground-breaking legal judgements we saw last year?

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When entertainment becomes stress: Peer pressure is now forcing even what we watch

Our engagement with movies and TV is a personal choice. But social trends have turned our consumption of net series from joyous bingeing to stressful 'purge-watching'

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#MeToo has lent voice to working women but what about young girls facing abuse in homes

If a child, who doesn't even know the difference between good touch and bad touch, is harassed, would she be able stand up against her abuser?

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I'm a Bong and I don't like rosogollas

Stop giving rosogollas all the attention. Also, stop stereotyping Bongs.

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No, Indians don't care. The state of acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal shows we have no real values

Once celebrated, the survivor has no money as she has been jobless for over a year now. But do we really care? No.

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Why cooking and dancing are the best ways to express yourself

While the aroma of herbs and spices can lift your mood, dance allows your whole body to vent.

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Why can't the next James Bond be black?

Daniel Craig is about to make his final appearance in 'Bond 25' and the world can't wait to see the next Bond.

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Reading RaGa's body language: Hugs, winks are fine, but is Rahul Gandhi ready to face Modi in 2019?

The Congress scion has a calm demeanour, but he does not display much confidence.

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How Harry Potter changed fantasy literature

In the garb of fantasy, the series also explored other genres of horror, romance, thriller and adventure.

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