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    TBC Explainer: A look at how Beed district in Maharashtra became a case study for stopping the spread of coronavirus

    The second outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic was life-threatening. Positive cases spiralled in no time and the death rates were on an ever-increasing toll. While the country is braving up to witness the (expected) third-wave soon in the coming months, and government mechanisms ensuring they don't go wrong this time, the...

    • 4 days ago
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    A fight for legalizing 'Same-sex marriage'

    Sonia and Rahul were college sweethearts. First each other's best friends and then each other's companions. Both their families were progressive, so the caste difference between them didn't matter. When the time was right, both of them decided to get married by having a grand wedding, followed all the rituals, got their marriage certificate too which confirmed that, both of them are...

    • a week ago
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    Do the Olympics hurt more people than it benefits?

    Well, it is happening! With new Covid19 cases on the rise and a fourth wave still conspicuous, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Japan's government stand firm on their decision to continue with the most 'prestigious' sporting event in history. Although whether one should put 'prestigious' and 'olympics' together in the same sentence is...

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    Six things we do everyday that damage our brain

    The initial years of our lives are spent in the development of different parts of our bodies. Our brain is one of them. As children, we do a lot of activities that contribute to our brain development. Activities such as colouring, solving puzzles, playing games and learning tables - all contribute to the development of specific parts of the brain.However, as we grow up, we begin putting an...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Will skateboarding be the change India needs?

    We are days away from witnessing a watershed moment in the sporting world as skateboarding will make its debut at the Tokyo Summer Olympics 2020. Back in 2015, skateboarding finally made the cut for the Tokyo Summer Olympics, along with baseball, softball, karate, surfing, and sport climbing. A year later, the Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced that they would...

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    What does winning the Copa America really mean for Messi?

    As referee Esteban Ostojich blew the final whistle of the match, everyone in the esteemed white and blue-striped jersey ran towards Lionel Messi, who had already sunk to the ground on his knees. You could see tears of joy forming in his eyes as his teammates surround him and fans' cheer and shout encompasses him. This must've been a day that he feared might never come. And for...

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    TBC Explainer: Should you be taking mixed vaccine shots?

    It may have happened that you wished to get a specific vaccine but ended up getting another one - may be because a particular vaccine was available. I have also come across a lot of people who have said, "I was waiting for Moderna or Sputnik, but then got Covisheild because it was available."However, one should not undermine the gravity of vaccine unavailability. Though...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Harbinger of Method Acting dies at 98

    Considered (undisputedly) to be the first superstar of the Indian Hindi film industry, actor Dilip Kumar is no more. Born on December 11, 1922, as Mohammed Yusuf Khan in Peshawar (now in Pakistan), the actor passed away at the age of 98 on Wednesday at Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai.var embedId = {jw: [],yt: [],dm: [],fb: []};function pauseVideos(vid) {var players =...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Indians misused antibiotics during the first wave of COVID-19, study finds

    When the COVID-19 epidemic swept across the globe in early 2020, chaos erupted among the masses. People had to maintain financial stability while also staying away from the path of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. This confusion was faced by the common man as well as the medical experts who initially had limited knowledge on how to prevent or treat the infected people. Despite...

    • 4 weeks ago
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    Decoding "secularism" in India: Tolerance in the way of segregation

    Children born and bought up in India would agree that the one thing they try to imbibe on us since school is that "India is a secular country". We are made to believe, the people in India overlook religion as a factor, and all cohabit the nation like a single human race. However, we seldom are told that this narrative comes *conditions applied.Despite all the...

    • 4 weeks ago

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