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Too much turmeric, methi, vitamin D — Doctors fight new emergencies driven by Covid fear

Doctors are seeing an increased trend of side-effects in patients that are being caused from taking high doses of self-prescribed natural herbs or medical supplements to boost immunity, reports Himani Chandna.

Ten things that should offend people of Bihar, instead of Rhea Chakraborty

Sushant Singh Rajput’s case shows how, once again, the Bihari pride has taken precedence over the pressing issues of the day, writes Jyoti Yadav.

White rice linked to diabetes, especially in South Asia, says 21-nation study done over 10 yrs

Study involved 1.3 lakh people who were followed up on for a decade across 21 countries in Asia, Europe, Africa and North and South America, reports Sandhya Ramesh.

India sits on Black Top with Helmet under its boots. A 1962 tactic by China is now likely

For India, it would be naive to celebrate a small operation because China will not respond the way we did for the last four months, writes Lt Gen (retd) H.S. Panag.

How Indian Army foiled China’s move to push 1,000 soldiers into Pangong Tso’s south bank

India’s moves on the night of 28 August were ‘precautionary deployment’, and its troops did not cross over to Chinese side of LAC, reports Snehesh Alex Philip.

‘Irregularities’ in lateral entry of 3 joint secretaries — hiring row hits UPSC & DoPT

A year after their appointment, the Central Administrative Tribunal has asked the Union Public Service Commission to respond to a petition, alleging irregularities in the recruitment of three of the nine professionals hired by the government as joint secretaries through lateral entry, reports Sanya Dhingra.

Why India’s triple crisis needs Modi to de-escalate & disengage from divisive politics at home

Covid, China and the economy are intense, intertwined crises that need political space and confidence. Responsibility to create them doesn’t lie with opposition, writes Shekhar Gupta.

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