climate change

January /
Tuesday
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Mind the Gap

The latest Oxfam report reveals the world's 2,153 billionaires have more wealth than the 4.6 billion people who make up 60% of our planet’s population. Pop-up today: ‘Say No to Stress’ Edition

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January /
Wednesday
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In Hotter Water

A new set of reports are raising alarm about the state of our planet. Sex Love today: So what makes for a ‘good’ marriage?

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January /
Thursday
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Fire in the Sky

A Ukranian Airlines plane crashed just outside Tehran, killing all passengers and crew aboard. Pop-Up today: The ‘Climate Change Anxiety’ Edition

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January /
Friday
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We Did Start the Fire

The toll of Australia’s wildfires in terms of lives, destruction of property and the environment is now catastrophic. Informer today: a list to help you go organic

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December /
Friday
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Can’t Shut Me Up!

The government imposed Section 144 on many parts of the country to clamp down on anti-CAA protests. But people flooded streets in defiance. Informer today: NYE party essentials

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December /
Monday
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Law & Disorder

Thousands flooded the streets across India, united in their opposition to the recently passed Citizenship (Amendment) Act. You need to know: How to ace that holiday office party.

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December /
Thursday
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It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Greta!

Time magazine has chosen Greta Thunberg, the youngest person ever to receive the honour this year. But who is this 16-year-old girl? Pop-up today: The ‘Stress Buster’ Edition

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November /
Thursday
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Whither Does the Wind Blow?

A new study connects the warming of a specific stretch of the Indo-Pacific Ocean to the increasing unpredictability of the Indian monsoons. Pop-up today: The ‘Amazing Animal Photos’ Edition

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November /
Thursday
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Whither Does the Wind Blow?

A new study connects the warming of a specific stretch of the Indo-Pacific Ocean to the increasing unpredictability of the Indian monsoons. Pop-up today: The ‘Amazing Animal Photos’ Edition

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November /
Friday
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Stranger Things

According to a European activist group, a network of fake local news sites around the world is managed by an Indian entity. Plus: SC judgements on Rafale and Sabarimala. Also, in Informer: Hardcore protection for your precious devices.

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October /
Thursday
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Rising Waters [Corrected Version]

A new study predicts that rising sea levels caused by climate change will wipe out some of the biggest coastal cities in the world. Also in The Pop Up: Lots of spooky fun including the most jugaadu Halloween costumes.

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October /
Wednesday
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Rising Waters

A new study predicts that rising sea levels caused by climate change will wipe out some of the biggest coastal cities in the world. Also in The Pop Up: Lots of spooky fun including the most jugaadu Halloween costumes.

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October /
Thursday
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Making the Right Noises

Meet Extinction Rebellion, the huge climate change movement that plans to shut London down over the next couple of weeks. Also in The Pop Up: An etiquette guide to exiting a plane; Is a window seat better than an aisle?

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September /
Monday
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Flood of Tears

Large parts of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh were under water over the weekend due to torrential rains. This is the ‘new normal’ created by climate change. Also you need to know how to pack like a pro.

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September /
Thursday
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Oh Look, A Smoking Gun

The White House released a transcript of Donald Trump’s phone call with Ukraine President Zelensky. Also in The Pop Up: the rise of a new Insta-fueled disease called orthorexia; How Insta is changing the way women look.

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September /
Tuesday
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Crash and Burn

The world’s leaders met in New York on Monday at the UN Climate Action Summit -- which proved to be disappointing. Also in The Pop Up: Lessons learned from our silver screen idols; Do Bollywood heroines sweat?

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August /
Friday
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Now You See Me...

PM Modi made a speech amid reports of scattered protests. The mood in the Kashmir Valley remains silent and ominous. Also in Informer: A guide for the wannabe urban farmer.

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July /
Wednesday
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I Can’t Stand the Rain

Mumbai was paralysed by a record-setting downpour which shut down all forms of transport, left thousands stranded, and once again raised questions about misgovernance. Also in Sex, Love Etc.: When sex with strangers feels powerful; finding ‘the knot’ that stops you from sliding out of a good relationship.

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June /
Wednesday
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Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!

The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in town on a visit that is likely to be high on optics and low on outcomes. Also in Sex, Love Etc: When a child becomes the third partner in a marriage; do all men really like oral sex?

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June /
Friday
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Melting Point

A new study shows that climate change is destroying glaciers up in the highest reaches of the Himalayas—spelling catastrophe for all of us. Also in Informer: Brilliant products made by women, for parents.

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