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    How the Mighty have Fallen

    There's an unpleasant side to human nature that relishes seeing those who have achieved greatness slip from their pedestal. And for politicians in particular to fall from grace is almost a cause for celebration. That's in part because so many politicians are not simply self-important, but seem to believe that the rules others are expected to follow don't apply to them. And because they are so rarely held to account for...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    NBA roundup: Harden lifts Nets, Bucks rally to beat Clippers

    James Harden scored 30 points, dished out 15 assists and pulled down 14 rebounds as the Brooklyn Nets earned a 124-113 overtime win over the host San Antonio Spurs on Monday. Brooklyn scored the first eight points of the extra period and never looked back, winning its ninth game in its past 10 contests. The Nets won in San Antonio for the first time since Jan. 22, 2002, ending a 17-game...

    • 2 days ago
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    Explained: Donald Trump's Second Impeachment

    Now that a few months have passed since the US Presidential hullabaloo, we can afford to take a quick look at the chaos that it was. More importantly, one incident in particular. Which one? Well, Donald Trump's second impeachment. Although Donald Trump is no longer in the White House, he underwent his second impeachment trial and was acquitted of his charges on February 13, 2021. This trial is by no...

    • 2 days ago
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    Limits of Escalation

    A joint announcement by the militaries of India and Pakistan to strictly observe the 2003 ceasefire decision on Line of Control comes out of the blue. It is as important as the India-China disengagement at Pangong Tso, if not more. The announcement helps in addressing the criticism that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has held India-Pakistan relations hostage to his party's domestic political needs. When the Bharatiya Janata...

    • 3 days ago
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    10 psychology tricks restaurants use to manipulate customers

    Since eating out is such a common activity, there are chances you might not have put much thought into figuring out the amount of work that goes into creating your dining experience. Well, fret not as we've got you some sneaky tricks that restaurants use to lighten up your wallet. Expensive dishes at the top of the menu Restaurants usually put their more profitable items in the...

    • 4 days ago
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    Which 'Grey's Anatomy' character said it?

    While almost all 'Grey's Anatomy' dialogues are pretty iconic, only a true fan remembers who spoke the golden words. Are you a true fan? Take the quiz here, and let's see if you can get a perfect score.

    • 5 days ago
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    The Love Jihad Files: Rule or Misrule? Part 2

    This podcast has been reported and produced by Amit Bhardwaj: Click here to listen to the first part of our podcast - The Love Jihad Files Rule or Misrule?

    • a week ago
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    Harry, Meghan, Latifa - the royals who want to break free

    Have you ever fantasised about being a prince or princess? What a wonderful life! Comfort, status, prestige, and a light-to-moderate workload - what is there not to like? But why, then, are some of those born to royal status so keen to escape their inheritance? Prince Harry, aka the Duke of Sussex, captured headlines around the world the other day when he confirmed that he and his wife,...

    • a week ago
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    Which 90s cartoon character are you?

    Take this cool personality quiz and find out which 90s cartoon character you are most like. Take the quiz here:

    • a week ago
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    My mirror betrayed me- but zoom taught me self acceptance

    "Is it changing?" my classmate asked me as the professor droned on and on about something that evidently failed our is-this-worth-paying-attention-to test. Not to mention it was a Zoom class, a global cultural phenomenon of 2020 that revolutionised all the possible ways in which students could now choose to distract themselves in a class/meeting they cannot bear. The...

    • a week ago

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