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Story Posted on 01-05-2020


 |  BREAKING NEWS INTO PIECES  |  4-minute read
Religion, Alcohol, Smoking, Coronavirus pandemic

Coronavirus killed God, but humanity can still defeat it

Doing things you like in this life is sin and doing things you may get in another is a virtue. The virus, however, doesn't care about anything.


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India today magazine, Covid-19, Job Loss, Economicimpactofcovid19

Covid-19 impact: How safe is your job?

India Today Editor-in-Chief talks about the lack of job security created by the Covid-19 pandemic, in the May 11, 2020 edition of the India Today Magazine.


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Gujarat day, Coronavirus, Hunger, Migrantlabourers

DailyOh! Trains finally taking migrants back home. Lockdown to stay till May 16

Why does your stomach growl when left empty - or is it always growling?


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Ranji Trophy, Jakarta asian games, Cricket, Football

Goodbye, Chuni Goswami: India’s greatest all-round sportsman

Chuni Goswami would come home as a footballer, have dinner and get up the next morning as a cricketer. It came naturally to him.


 |  Musings from afar  |  4-minute read
G-20, SAARC, Narendra Modi, Covid diplomacy

How Indian diplomacy plays a global role in the coronavirus era

PM Modi has been convinced that though the domestic Covid-19 situation would be a priority, India will have to make a case for global engagement and coordination.


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Coronavirus in india, Covid-19, Naveen Patnaik, Migrantlabourers

Family, not migrants: Why India needs to emulate the Naveen Patnaik approach

For a country riven with polarising issues and counter-narratives even during times of the pandemic, Naveen Patnaik’s human touch is an approach that is worth emulating.