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Wry, ironic, but one-dimensional

A succinctly written novel unfolds the not-uncommon life of people in a mohalla, writes CHITRA SUDARSHAN

Maju Varghese: The fifth Indian-origin staffer on Biden-Harris team

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  US President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris have appointed Indian-American Maju Varghese, who steered their campaign, to be the executive director of...

Re-sanctifying the Swastika

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  Choreographer Raghav Handa’s latest production Cult of The Titans comes with a content warning. The work contains images of the swastika. … Patrons (have) the...

Indian musicians strike a chord with Grammy 2021 nominations

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  Amid all the noise about snubs and transparency, there are a few Indian tunes that have struck the right note at the Grammy Award...

COVID-19: India’s tally now nears 9.4 million cases

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  With over 41,000 new coronavirus infections and nearly 500 deaths over the weekend, India's overall tally stands at 93, 92, 919 with a fatality...

Expert says Oz should collect ethnic data during COVID tests

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  It is important to collect data about ethnic backgrounds of people who come forward for COVID tests because it is essential to planning, says...
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