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TDP is tired

With questions being raised about Chandrababu Naidu’s future, even TDP insiders feel that the road ahead will be tough for him

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THE WEEK
March 14, 2021

Sex and the CD

A leaked sex tape lands the BJP government in hot water

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THE WEEK
March 14, 2021

Tiger in a tight spot

Shiv Sena finds itself cornered over its former minister’s alleged involvement in the death of a 22-year-old woman

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THE WEEK
March 14, 2021

Sleuthing season

Weeks before the West Bengal elections, the CBI intensifies its focus on three cases with major political implications

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THE WEEK
March 14, 2021

Inequality begins at home

One of the big untold stories of the pandemic year will be how it impacted women. With families forced to hunker down and work from home—this may possibly become the norm even when things fully normalise—women, in India and elsewhere, are reeling under the consequences.

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THE WEEK
March 14, 2021

KNIGHT AT 99

Mangaluru’s nonagenarian traffic warden and his squad are on a mission to make roads safe

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THE WEEK
March 14, 2021

All quiet on the western front

Most of the world and its elder brothers in Washington believe that there is so much distrust between India and Pakistan that the two might go to war at the drop of a brass hat.

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THE WEEK
March 14, 2021

A LOVE STORY LIKE NO OTHER

Hollywood actor Matthew McConaughey bares it all in his debut book—from the personal to the profound

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THE WEEK
March 14, 2021

Kerala Polls - A Date Wuth History

Coalitions led by CPI(M), Congress and BJP are locked in a fierce, fluctuating contest in Kerala. A resurgent Congress and a belligerent BJP are trying hard to deny the left parties a historymaking victory in their last bastion. No matter which party wins, the state is likely to lose one thing: its long-held political equilibrium

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THE WEEK
March 14, 2021

Poach and win

The success of ‘Operation Lotus’ and the arrival of the new lieutenant governor shake up Puducherry politics

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THE WEEK
March 07, 2021

Digital detox

Enforcement agencies need to take strong measures to boost the confidence of netizens in cybercrime investigations

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THE WEEK
March 07, 2021

Home alone

The small community of non-migrant Kashmiri Pandits feels isolated with no hope for a future in its homeland

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THE WEEK
March 07, 2021

You can't digitise shopping experience

Gautam Singhania, chairman & managing director, Raymond

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THE WEEK
March 07, 2021

If the BJP can stay united, it can at least become a kingmaker

E. Sreedharan, technocrat-politician

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THE WEEK
March 07, 2021

Talking amid turbulence

Even as violence mars the state elections, the Congress-left combine tries to stitch up a grand alliance with Abbas Siddiqui’s ISF

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THE WEEK
March 07, 2021

Sea change

The Puducherry beach I grew up by is just a wall of granite rocks today

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THE WEEK
March 07, 2021

Bad air days

The Delhi of my childhood is vastly different from the one in which my children are growing up

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THE WEEK
March 07, 2021

Parineeti Chopra Discovered A New Facet Of Her Acting

While filming on The Girl on the Train, Parineeti Chopra discovered a new facet of her acting

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THE WEEK
March 07, 2021

The Planet & I

Climate disasters have turned from newspaper stories to personal experiences

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THE WEEK
March 07, 2021

INTO THE SOUTHEASTER

Rahul Gandhi will be the Congress’s lead campaigner in the upcoming assembly elections, but whether or not he will return as party president could depend on the poll results

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THE WEEK
February 28, 2021

Turbulent ties

The Uddhav Thackeray government’s denial of the state’s official aircraft to Governor B.S. Koshyari marks a new low in the ongoing feud between the two constitutional authorities

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THE WEEK
February 28, 2021

Demolition man

BJP leader Kirit Somaiya’s battle against corruption is starting to look like a crusade against the Shiv Sena

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THE WEEK
February 28, 2021

Eating right

Madhya Pradesh aims to eradicate malnutrition by giving children and women the right to nutrition

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THE WEEK
February 28, 2021

Return of the past

The chance discovery of a 550-million-yearold fossil at Bhimbetka puts the caves back in the international spotlight

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THE WEEK
February 28, 2021

Summer retreat

Even as disengagement progresses in eastern Ladakh, India will have to be wary of China’s intentions post-winter

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THE WEEK
February 28, 2021

The fault in our lands

A film titled Kaagaz was released in 2021. It is based on travails of Lal Bihari, who was alive but was declared dead in land records. Legally dead, he struggled to prove he was alive. Problems of the living dead are not specific to India.

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THE WEEK
February 28, 2021

A Blanket Cryptocurrency Ban Would Hamper India's Potential As A Fintech Hub

A blanket cryptocurrency ban would hamper India’s potential as a fintech hub

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THE WEEK
February 28, 2021

D Company Looks For A New CEO

THE INSIDE STORY: Sensing winds of change, an ageing Dawood Ibrahim is preparing to make way for a successor. Five candidates are up for the top job, including his deeply religious son and a savvy son-in-law. The Week looks at the gathering succession storm in the D Company, and how its outcome depends on the powerful lieutenants who now run Dawood’s corporate-like criminal empire

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THE WEEK
February 28, 2021

Disha Ravi And The Conspiracy Theories

The Delhi Police is probing an alleged conspiracy by an overseas network to ‘instigate’the farmers’protests. At the heart of it is a 22-year-old passionate about the environment

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THE WEEK
February 28, 2021

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