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Story Posted on 28-08-2020


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India today magazine, Lockdown, Economic impact of coronavirus, Covid-19

How to cure an economy that is sick

India Today Editor-in-Chief talks about how the pandemic and lockdown have crippled the Indian economy, and what needs to be done to navigate this crisis, in the September 7, 2020 edition of the India Today Magazine.


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GST, Shinzo Abe, Rhea chakraborty, Jeeneetexams

DailyOh! What will happen to JEE and NEET exams, to why govt invoked God over GST payments

Supreme Court says UGC can grant date extension, but states can’t go for cancellation even as Opposition unites on JEE and NEET issue.


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Advertisements, Hindi film music, Playback Singing, Jingles

How Rafi, Asha and other playback singers of 50s and 60s sang jingles too

The nostalgic era of a fascinating slice of music and advertising history when many of our classic playback singers lent their voice to advertisement jingles.


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Muslim victimhood, Tablighi jamaat, Muslims in India, Islamophobia

Are Indian Muslims victims of their "victim mindset"?

It is axiomatic that the idea of victimhood demands a victimiser. This means that it is not possible for an entire community to feign victimhood without identifying its victimisers.


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Ghazals, Urdu Poetry, Rahatindori

Remembering Rahat Indori: A fiery solace

Despite often being scoffed at by the purists, Rahat Indori’s evocative and easily graspable poetry, richly expressive of life and our common social concerns, makes him the poet of the masses. The fiery poet passed away on August 11, 2020.