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unquestionable right in India, but a conditional one determined

by service

providers. Now even safe pills to terminate unwanted pregnancies are held back.

 Unspooling the Helix’s Secret

A new DNA study—on a 4,500-year-old woman from the Harappan site of Rakhigarhi—

allegedly disproves the Aryan migration theory. But does it? Perhaps the opposite.

 Eternal Cipher of the Transposed Face

A simple app on your phone can create seemingly real videos and photos of things

that never happened. Deepfake, anyone? Are we prepared to deal with the consequences:

hoaxes, fake news, revenge porn, impersonation?

 Lick the Road Clean

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India is certifying select street food hubs

across the nation as clean and safe after training hawkers, appraising places

League of Extraordinary Oarsmen

Champions Boat League promises generous salaries and prize money for

Kerala’s rowers. Then why are some in the state unhappy

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