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Jammu and Kashmir: Over 500 academics, scientists issue statement calling for end of curfew
Google, Samsung or OnePlus: Which is the best Android phone in the market?
How the dreams of a family man from Muzaffarnagar were lynched 2,500 km away in Tripura
‘Gully Boy’ is India’s entry for the foreign language Oscar
This video of a little boy cooking Nasi Goreng and feeding his sibling has social media in raptures
How the internet first freed and then trapped Uighur Muslims in China
Ten factors that prevent meaningful political debate in India
This is the right time to read ‘Maid in India’, which exposes the ugly truths lurking in our homes
Daughter-in-law of retired Hyderabad HC judge alleges domestic violence, releases CCTV footage
‘Gully Boy’ at the Oscars: Zoya Akhtar ‘thrilled’ about representing India, thanks cast and crew
Tamil Nadu: Artefacts dated to 580 BCE hint at script continuity from Indus Valley Civilisation
This not-romance between a daughter and her mother is a sensitive study in relationships
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Climate change could increase fertility rates in tropical countries, finds new study
This in turn could widen the gap between wealthy and poor nations.
· May 28, 2019 · 11:30 pm
City trees reduce daytime heat. To curb sweltering nights, planners must minimise pavements
Reducing night temperature is important from a public health perspective; during heat waves, people’s bodies need time to recover from daytime heat.
· May 14, 2019 · 11:30 pm