Sushant Singh Rajput’s father K.K. Singh’s allegations and his family’s posts should be put under social and cultural examination. Not to undermine their grief, but the way the family has reacted says a lot about the burden of being a son in a Bihari family, writes Jyoti Yadav.
Since the FIR against Rhea Chakraborty, it is as if the entire country has collectively turned into a giant investigating agency-cum-court, writes Samira Sood.
Of the civil servants who have taken the foundation course at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration since 2014, at least 50 per cent come from families with a government service background, data shows, reports Sanya Dhingra.
Students pursuing regular degree courses such as BA, BCom, BSc, among others, will now be able to undertake internships as part of their course, just like their counterparts in professional courses like engineering and management, reports Kritika Sharma.
Scientists are wise not to offer predictions on when the coronavirus pandemic will end, for there are too many factors at play, writes Nitin Pai.
With a surge in unemployment rates brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, many young Indians are turning to sugar dating — an arrangement wherein a person receives money, gifts or other financial benefits in exchange for a relationship, reports Unnati Sharma.
Joe Biden picking Kamala Harris as his running mate has caused understandable excitement in India. But the presumption that a naturalised foreign citizen will be inclined towards India, and have all her old beliefs of religion, caste, ethnicity and nationalism endorsed on her new passport, is very much a small-nationality complex, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s ‘National Interest’.
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