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Should young people be encouraged to go back to work faster to build herd immunity?

Experts say that herd immunity, a controversial strategy discarded by the UK, is the solution for developing & young countries like India to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Partying with strangers: Why urban India is choosing to spend weekends meeting new people

For the young population starting life in a new city, 'unstrangering' events at people's houses are helping them find new friends, or even partners.

Modi to youth: If you don’t make sacrifice in battle today, history will curse you tomorrow

In 1976, Modi addressed India's youth in a letter: Today’s unemployment, immorality, corruption, and oppression will harass you tomorrow. So why are you silent?
Robot and automation

How young India plans to take on the machines as automation threat looms large

India’s young population is aware that continuous upgradation of their skills is imperative to survive the machine onslaught.

India’s youth still want ‘any’ government job, and continue to struggle with maths

A study of over 28,000 youth across the country reveals what youth aspire for, how connected they are and that girls still face many disadvantages.

On Camera

Vir Das incident proves rogue sneezing and coughing are the new guns during Covid-19

Comedian Vir Das’s Twitter post showing a neighbour threatening to sneeze on him points to a growing global trend of people using sneezes & coughs as threats.

Yogi vs Uddhav vs Piyush Goyal: Will politics over migrant workers hurt economic revival?

Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray’s accusation that the Railways is not running enough trains to ferry migrant workers sparked a Twitter war with Railway minister Piyush Goyal.


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India wants LAC status quo maintained, China demands India should stop construction activity

Local-level talks going on between Indian & Chinese sides have been described as 'ping-pong game' as there has been a lot of back and forth without any tangible outcome.
Illustration: Soham Sen | ThePrint

PM, CM, DM: India’s 3 big power centres have been exposed by one disaster

The prime minister, chief minister and district magistrate are the three engines of India’s governance, but their handling of the coronavirus pandemic is going awry.