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Your relationship can take a hit in Covid economy. New study reveals how

Women especially are less happy with their relationship when their partner is unemployed. But the opposite is not true. With Covid crisis, the situation will worsen.
A person using laptop | Representational Image | Chris Ratcliffe | Bloomberg

During Covid-19 lockdown, everything is digital — even adultery

An extramarital dating app called Gleeden has recently seen a 70 per cent increase in their subscriptions during coronavirus lockdown.
Research shows Australian women do, on average, about 70% of unpaid domestic labour in couple households. | Photo: Pixabay

When a woman earns more in a relationship, it leads to dissatisfaction in both partners

Women on average were least satisfied with the relationship when she became the primary breadwinner due to her partner being unable to work due to illness or disability.
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Love can reduce chronic pain, anxiety. But governments still want to break us up

Governments need to reflect on how policies may undermine people’s capacity to love and be loved and the long-term costs on public health and human happiness.
‘I’m not perfect – and I know you aren’t, either.’ Representational image| Pixabay

Humility may be tricky to measure but could be key to your lasting romance

It’s probably a good idea to find someone who recognises that making mistakes is part of being human.

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Erdogan’s assault on Macron is the height of cynicism

There was a time when Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan didn’t see the West as Turkey’s enemy and even wanted to join the European Union.

ICICI Bank’s profits jump six-fold for July-September quarter

The bank's net interest income increased by 16 per cent year-on-year to Rs. 9,366 crore in this year's second quarter from Rs 8,057 crore in last year's second quarter.

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Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh meets his US counterpart Mark Esper at his office in South Block Monday | Twitter | @rajnathsingh

Here is why US changed Rajnath Singh’s statement on ‘reckless aggression’ by China

Both the US State and Defense departments have added footnotes to the transcripts they released on Rajnath Singh’s remarks at 2+2. The State Department has also updated the text.
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

5 reasons for the crisis in global Islam

If tens of crores of Muslims across the world feel they are victims of mass Islamophobia, their holy prophet shown deliberate disrespect, it is a sense of crisis and siege.