Vivek Mishra
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Vivek likes to follow politics, international affairs, sports and technology. He is currently an Assistant Editor at DailyO.

POLITICS

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AG Perarivalan and the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case: What you need to know

After spending 31 years in jail, AG Perarivalan was released by the Supreme Court on May 18. We take a look at the how the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case unfolded in the last three decades.

VARIETY

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144 per cent rise in 8 years: Why India has the most expensive LPG

LPG prices in the country have seen a constant rise in last few months. With petrol and diesel prices also skyrocketing, the huge spike in cooking gas rates has put an extra burden on the common man.

MONEY

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Why is the crypto market crashing? All you need to know

Crypto market has been known to be volatile. But the crash in last few months has wiped out over USD 1 trillion worth digital currencies.

POLITICS

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What the Gyanvapi dispute is all about

The Gyanvapi issue was revived after several Hindu women sought court's permission to conduct daily prayers of the idols at the outer wall of the mosque. A court later ordered a videographic survey of the complex.

ART & CULTURE

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Our Father on Netflix review: A harrowing tale of evil and injustice

Our Father is the story of a doctor, Donald Cline, who lied to couples battling with infertility; and violated dozens of women by inseminating them with his own sperm, without their knowledge or consent.

VARIETY

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North Korea finally admits to Covid outbreak, deaths. Why now?

For the first time since the pandemic struck the world, North Korea has accepted that there is a Covid crisis in the country and has imposed a nationwide lockdown.

POLITICS

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What is sedition law? All you need to know about Section 124A

The Supreme Court on May 11 put on hold the colonial-era sedition law and directed the Centre and states to not register any fresh FIR invoking the offence.

POLITICS

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Putin's cancer to Xi Jinping's cerebral aneurysm, diseases world leaders are battling

There have always been speculation about world leaders' health. A slight change in their appearance or walk can lead to rumours.

POLITICS

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Is Sri Lanka on the verge of another civil war?

After days of peaceful protests over the current financial crisis in Sri Lanka, five were killed in violent clashes on Monday. We take a look at how the island nation reached here.

VARIETY

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Why do so many cyclones form over the Bay of Bengal?

The region, which occupies just 0.6% of the global ocean area, is estimated to be responsible for four out of five cyclone-related deaths in the world.