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Story Posted on 14-11-2017

POLITICS

 |   Long-form
Saree, Hindutva, Banarasi textiles, New York Times

Sari has nothing to do with Modi or Hindu nationalism: New York Times does a trashy piece on India

The NYT piece reeks of ignorance of both the rich history of the age-old handloom as well as the recent GST-induced pain for Varanasi’s weavers.

LIFE

 |  6-minute read
Health, Smog, Delhi ncr, Air Pollution

How air pollution fogs the mind and affects the brain

It's the silent killer lurking in the background.

VOICES

 |  1-minute read
Republicans, Democrats, Donald Trump, US Elections 2016

[Watch] Democrat wins in the last week should offer America hope

Not only did they win some important elections, but there were some really awesome candidates as well.

POLITICS

 |  6-minute read
India, Sheikh Hasina, Khaleda Zia, Bangladesh elections

Why Khaleda Zia sharpening the election knife against Sheikh Hasina should worry India

Pakistan seems to be in hurry to destabilise the Awami League government in Bangladesh due to its growing proximity with India.

MONEY

 |  1.8 minutes watch-minute read
Arun Jaitley, Tax, BJP, Congress

What next for GST?

How long can the Congress continue to extract political mileage from the issue?

LIFE

 |  Hello, Health  |  4-minute read
Health, Lifestyle disease, World Diabetes Day, Diabetes

These simple foods can help you fight diabetes

They offer the best protection against the lifestyle disease.

LIFE

 |  4-minute read
Mamata Banerjee, Odisha, West Bengal, Rosogolla

How Bengal won the prestige issue of rasgulla from Odisha

The syrupy sweet is synonymous with Bengalis, for whom it was hardly a debate.

POLITICS

 |   Long-form
Delhi Smog, Air Pollution, AQI, Delhi-NCR smog

How to rid India of terrifying pollution once and for all

Only sustained all-round action considering every minor detail will ensure compliance for improved air quality.

ART & CULTURE

 |  5-minute read

POLITICS

 |  Angiography  |  6-minute read
Consensual sex, Sex tape, Sex Scandal, Gujarat Polls

Hardik Patel 'sex scandal' shows Indians understand neither consent nor privacy

Those airing the clip and trending it on social media with dollops of moral policing are pathological hypocrites.