health

February /
Tuesday
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Spreading Like A Disease

The deadly new virus has now claimed more victims than its closest relative SARS. Beijing has admitted ‘shortcomings,” and the Indian government is scrambling to contain the spread.

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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 /
Monday
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Going Viral

Doctors have discovered a new kind of virus in the Wuhan province of China, and it appears to be spreading to other countries. You need to know: How to beat that nasty jet lag

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December /
Thursday
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Ok Tata

Ratan Tata kicked Cyrus Mistry out of the Tata Group in 2016. Yesterday, a law tribunal reinstated Mistry as chairman. Pop-up The ‘Our Body, Our Selves’ Edition

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December /
Tuesday
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That’s Finn-tastic News!

Sanna Marin is only 34 years old, and she will be sworn in this week as the Prime Minister of Finland. Also in the Pop Up today: The ‘Pregnancy Reality Check’ Edition

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November /
Monday
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🎶🎶 Chairs

The fate of Maharashtra’s wild and wacky political tamasha rests in the hands of the Supreme Court. Also, you need to know everything about a miscarriage.

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November /
Thursday
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(Un)Natural Disasters of Every Kind

The biggest headlines around the world include the disastrous effects of SoftBank’s investments and a Venice drowning in high tide. Also, in The Pop Up: PMS is not ‘normal’; How menopause affects the brain.

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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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October /
Monday
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A New Justice For All

With CJI Gogoi set to retire, he is getting ready to pass the baton to his Supreme Court colleague Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde. Also, you need to know how to use a menstrual cup.

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July /
Tuesday
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Take Molehill, Make Mountain

Zaira Wasim’s decision to quit acting has become a big source of controversy because she cited religion as a reason. Also in The Pop Up: Sleeptrackers are not your friend; measuring life expectancy with a single push up.

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May /
Tuesday
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It’s Getting Cold In Here

As part of its ongoing trade war with China, the Trump administration has blacklisted Huawei -- which may mark the beginning of a new kind of Cold War. Also in Pop Up: Why do we get so angry when we’re starving, and why we always need to pee when falling asleep.

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April /
Tuesday
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Paris is Burning

The Notre Dame Cathedral, one of the world’s great historic monuments, caught fire last night, and nearly burnt to the ground. Also: Is red wine really good for you?

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March /
Monday
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Trouble in (Holiday) Paradise

Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikar dies after a long fight with pancreatic cancer, a Reuters report publishes a behind-the-scenes report of India-Pakistan missile threats, and eggs are apparently bad for you, again.

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March /
Tuesday
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One, Two, Three, Four...

$30 billion: that’s the economic cost of the impact of crop burning on just three states—Delhi, Haryana and Punjab. Meet the Gupta brothers from Saharanpur who hijacked an entire country: South Africa — it’s a story worthy of Netflix. South East Asia has a rampant turtle smuggling problem—1,529 species were found duct taped in unclaimed baggage. Akash Ambani throws himself a Harry Potter themed pre-wedding party. Yes there’s video. In beauty hazard news: what happens when your Kim-sized butt implants are no longer trendy?

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