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‘How do you solve a problem like Korea?’ Watch this singing comedian’s tuneful takedowns of Trump
Because ‘if politics are to be rendered in the form of entertainment, entertainment is obliged to politicise itself in turn.’
In southern Rajasthan, this woman mechanic is on a mission to keep hand pumps working
Meet Meerabai Meena of Padoona.
How online retailer Nykaa became the byword for top-end beauty products in India
It was started in 2012 by former investment banker Falguni Nayar.
Suneera Tandon, qz.com
Watch: This social experiment captured what happens when online bullying enters the real world
How did the people witnessing the abuse react?
Fifa U-17 World Cup: How the academies of football powerhouses go about talent-spotting
Coaches from Netherlands, the US, Japan and Fifa speak about current youth systems.
Tata and Mahindra to lead India’s push towards electric vehicles
But demand is expected to be low because of the cost of batteries that are mostly imported, and a lack of infrastructure, including charging stations.
Manu Balachandran, qz.com
Why this writer made an old person a superhero in her book (because real life demands it)
Isn’t it time older people stopped being depicted as kind grandparents alone in children’s books, asks writer Lavanya Karthik
As Talwars walk free from Dasna jail, nine key facts about the Aarushi-Hemraj murder case
Rajesh and Nupur Talwar have been released from Dasna Jail after Allahabad High Court acquitted the two.
Neelima & Sanjeev Nair
Delhi High Court says CBI has ‘lack of interest’ in Najeeb Ahmad missing case
There is no result even on paper, said the bench.
Hackers working for North Korea are located in India, claims New York Times report
Nearly a fifth of North Korea’s cyber attacks originate from India, a cyber security firm alleges.
Ramnath Goenka bought the Express Estate at this 90-year-old auction house in Chennai
Murray and Company’s Sunday auctions have only been skipped twice – when the Cooum flooded and when the building burnt down.
Asia Cup Hockey: Despite win against Pakistan, India know they can still get better
India are undefeated in the Asia Cup so far with three wins out of three but tougher tests await.
Living wills: If relatives can decide to withdraw medical treatment, why not patients themselves?
A living will can make a decision of stop medical care easier for families and for physicians. It also allows a person to choose a dignified death.
#MeToo: Hundreds of Indian women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted stand up to be counted
The Harvey Weinstein case has brought home the vital importance of speaking out and calling out – even in India.
Picture the song: Tears in the rain in ‘Enge Enadhu Kavithai’ from ‘Kandukondain Kandukondain’
AR Rahman’s song in Rajiv Menon’s ‘Kandukondain Kandukondain’ is a moving ode to poetry and heartbreak.
Sruthi Ganapathy Raman
Watch: Bihar strives to battle its dowry problem with (among other things) a campaign video
Are you a ‘khota sikka’ if you take a dowry?
Fact-check: Did India fall 45 places in Global Hunger Index rank from 2014 to 2017?
India stood at 100 of 119 countries and has the third-highest score in all of Asia. Only Afghanistan and Pakistan are ranked worse.
Pratik Sinha, altnews.in
Quite a racquet: The not-so-secret weapon that helped Federer start his winning run against Nadal
Five wins on the trot against Nadal do not come easily, not even for Roger Federer but here’s how he got there.