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February /
Friday
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Mr Know-It-All

The government has been readying a new set of rules to govern social media and messaging platforms. The latest reports indicate that these may entirely dismantle our right to online privacy.

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February /
Thursday
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Purdah Hai Purdah

The Shaheen Bagh neighbourhood in Delhi is now a national symbol of the anti-citizenship law protests. But it has also become a lightning rod for misogyny, anti-Muslim bigotry and political dirty tricks.

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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 /
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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September /
Monday
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The Double Helix Edition

Two highly significant studies on the Indus Valley Civilisation (aka Harappan civilisation) offer an important clue to our genetic history. Also: you need to know how to craft a healthy social media diet.

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