Nov 2019

November /
Wednesday
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Hanging on the ☎️

Hit with heavy losses, dwindling subscribers, a price war and a crippling SC judgement, Vodafone may roll up its India operations. Also in ‘Sex Love’, a handy list of audio porn sites and apps; how to deal with losing your BFF to her new love.

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November /
Tuesday
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Strange Bedfellows

The ‘kaun banega mukhya mantri’ plot of the Maharashtra soap opera has thickened rapidly over the past 24 hours. Also in the Pop-up: Blue light isn’t evil; Charcoal toothpaste is not a good thing.

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November /
Monday
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Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram

The Supreme Court delivered its verdict in the Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi case that determines the ownership of 2.77 acres of land. Also, you need to know your lawful rights as a working mom.

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November /
Friday
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You Have Been Canceled!

The OCI card of author Aatish Taseer has been revoked just months after he penned a Time magazine story critical of PM Modi. Also today's Informer: A List of after-party beauty quick fixes to revive, refresh and—of course—glow!

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November /
Thursday
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Try rescue me!

The government has announced a massive Rs 25,000 cr plan to rescue builders and home-buyers. Also in the pop-up: a ‘Vintage Celebrity Photo’ Edition that is both indelible and iconic.

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November /
Wednesday
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Rules Don’t Apply

Twitter removed the account of a Supreme Court advocate, raising new questions about their content policy in India. Also in the Pop-Up: Women discuss unrealistic sex in movies; a personal essay on the decision to take your husband's name.

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November /
Tuesday
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I Can See Clearly Now...

The skies finally cleared, the Supremes lost their temper, anti-pollution dhanda soared and Delhi was trolled. Your #DelhiAirEmergency update is here. Also in the Pop-Up: Two pieces on 'Beauteous Body Hair', a lively subject that always interests us women.

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November /
Monday
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Blinded By the Smoke

Delhi is trapped in a toxic cycle of air pollution that repeats itself every winter. We explain what happened this year. Also, you need to know how to ace that work-new baby balance.

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November /
Friday
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Missed call kar dena...

An Israeli-made malware program was used to infiltrate the phones of human rights lawyers and journalists in India. Indian tigers are stressed by unbridled tourism. Also in the Informer: A lifesaving list of clothing rentals.

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