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Bulli Bai ‘mastermind’ a ‘porn-addict, had sexual content on laptop, hacked 1st website at 16’

According to sources in Delhi Police, data found on 20-year-old Niraj Bishnoi’s laptop include 153 porn film downloads, and suggest that he has ‘abnormal desires for Muslim women elder to him’, reports Bismee Taskin.


Covaxin doses 86% effective against symptomatic reinfections in health workers: AIIMS study

First-of-its-kind study in India looked at reinfection rates among 4,978 healthcare workers, who had tested positive for Covid between 3 March 2020 and 18 June 2021, reports Mohana Basu.


Not just Gujarat: Modi’s star IAS, IPS, IFS officers earned spurs under PM Manmohan

Vini Mahajan’s appointment as secretary in Jal Shakti Ministry is among a string that questions criticism that Modi relies almost exclusively on confidants he worked with as Gujarat CM, reports Madhuparna Das.


The Economist is wrong. Brahmins become CEOs in US not because of quotas in India

Indians CEOs, who are mostly Brahmins, might be ‘minorities’ in the US but they are the beneficiaries of the new American ‘caste system’, writes Dilip Mandal.


Does egg consumption lead to diabetes? A new study claimed so but here’s the full picture

Eggs are one of the most nutritious foods providing best quality protein, all essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. This high-protein food is a must in low-carb diets, writes Subhasree Ray.


Japan-Australia pact shows others can move on without India in Quad

India continues to harbour the illusion that more partners are better than deeper partnerships. This makes creating a regional balance against China more difficult, writes Rajesh Rajagopalan.


Read my lips, I’m hurting, says Pakistan’s National Security Policy. What it means for India

The new policy is mostly chaff, but it reveals the most inward-looking Pakistan in 3 decades. It needs breathing space, and is realising loss of stature and friendship with US, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s ‘National Interest’.



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