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Story Posted on 09-10-2017


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Amit Malviya, Nobel Prize, Demonetisation, Richard thaler

The Nobel truth: How using Richard Thaler's tweet on demonetisation backfired on BJP

Half the picture doesn't tell the whole story.


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Fair skin fixation, Racism, Dove ad

Dove's racist ad (again) shows the dark side of cosmetics industry

Racism and colourism in promotional campaigns reflect how prevalent they are in society.


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Diwali, Delhi ncr, Supreme Court, Firecracker ban

Delhi's air is killing our children, we don't need more reasons to ban firecrackers

The national capital pays a heavy price during Diwali every year.


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Health, Omega 6, Omega 3

The bad Omega fat you don't know about

Imbalance can lead to serious health consequences.


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Behavioural economics, Economics, Nobel Prize, Richard thaler

‘Nudge theorist’ Richard Thaler’s Nobel win in economics is totally deserved

The behavioural economist has acted as a crucial bridge between the biased ‘human’ choices and the perfect ‘econ’.


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Hate Crime, Racism, Delhi, Nigerians

Nigerian getting tied and beaten up is just another shameful day in Delhi

India’s history of being racist to black-skinned men and women is both shameful and excruciatingly long.


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Literature, Books, Confessions of a Book Lover, Ruskin Bond

Ruskin Bond's Confessions of a Book Lover can make anyone fall in love with reading

The rare romance of reading can lure anyone.


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Firecracker ban, SC, Diwali

Firecracker ban during Diwali is about pollution, not Hindu festivals

The wounded defenders of culture must understand that the prohibition is only in the poisonously polluted Delhi NCR.


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Higher Education, Banaras Hindu University, Aligarh Muslim University, UGC

Why UGC fails to address problems that ail AMU, BHU

Higher education in India faces bigger challenges such as poor quality of infrastructure and low rate of enrolment.


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Festivals, Women, Karva Chauth

Why I believe in Karva Chauth

I believe in this celebration because it contains key marketing lessons.