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Story Posted on 08-06-2020

POLITICS

 |  BREAKING NEWS INTO PIECES  |  9-minute read
ISI, Rehman malik, Pakistan, Cynthiadritchie

Sex and Pakistan Politics: Why Cynthia D Ritchie has the military's ear

Pakistan’s mighty military and eulogised spy agencies seem to have less on Cynthia D Ritchie than she has on them.

VOICES

 |  1-minute read
Cheating, Relationships and love, Lockdownlove

Lockdown Love: Till I See You Again

He was all hers now. The lockdown was letting her trust him again.

VARIETY

 |  6-minute read
New Zealand, Jacinda ardern, Winston Churchill, Arvindkejriwal

DailyOh! Arvind Kejriwal to take Covid test, to how ‘racist’ Churchill killed 3 mn Indians

The Delhi Chief Minister has cancelled all his meetings since Sunday afternoon and has also isolated himself.

VARIETY

 |  3-minute read
National Green Tribunal, Punjab, Water pollution, Fazilka

Toxic Water: How Fazilka district is on the receiving end of a man-made disaster

The water in Fazilka's drains is so dirty and filthy that Pakistan has built a wall along its border to prevent the entry of these drains into its territory.

VARIETY

 |  RIGHT Foot Forward  |  7-minute read
Covid-19, Healthcare workers, Migrant labourers, Unlockdown1.0

Unlock 1.0: How not to undo the gains of the lockdown

The threat to undoing the gains of the lockdown is less from the spike in the number of infected cases, and more from the mismanagement of Unlock1.0.

VOICES

 |  3-minute read
Coronavirus pandemic, Covid-19, Masks, Toddlers

Lockdown Parenting: When toddlers start asking Why

The most heart-wrenching question for me is when I force my two-year-old son to put a mask on each time we step outside and he asks “Why, mamma?”

MONEY

 |  2-minute read
Textile industry, Purchasing managers’ index, Care ratings, IIP

IIP may witness the lockdown effect

India’s nationwide lockdown has led to massive retrenchment and loss of output.

POLITICS

 |  5-minute read
Haqqani network, Al Qaeda, Afghanistan, UN Report

Why Taliban’s bluff must be called

A UN report on the continuing links between the Taliban and Al Qaeda has received scant attention in a world dominated by the coronavirus.