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What the FAQ: What is the global energy crisis and how will it affect people?

As the world fails to meet energy demands due to a shortage of fuel supply, we are bound to witness an energy crisis the likes of which has not been seen since the 1970s

Published on 12th October 2021
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What the FAQ: When did the India-China conflict begin and what are they fighting over? 

Diplomatic stalemates are nothing new for the worsening ties between the higher echelons of the Indian and Chinese leaderships in the last few years. But when did the strife begin?

Published on 11th October 2021
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What The FAQ: What are the Nobel Prizes and why do people think so much about them?

Alfred Nobel does not pay for all the prizes. Do you know which one is paid by a separate institution? We tell you in today's FAQ

Published on 4th October 2021
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What The FAQ: Who is Nambi Narayanan, on whom Madhavan's new film Rocketry is based?

The film that is being simultaneously made in Hindi, Tamil, and English, will be released on April 1, 2022. Find more about it here

Published on 30th September 2021
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What the FAQ: India gives nod to Novavax COVID-19 vaccine trials for children. Can your child take it?

SII chief Adar Poonawalla said he expects Covovax, the domestic version of Novovax, to be approved for those below 18 years in January or February next year

Published on 28th September 2021
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WHAT THE FAQ: What is it a big deal that the Sensex hits 60,000? 

When Sensex breached the 60,000 mark, we wondered how it is calculated. In today's FAQ, we try and find out what the Sensex and Nifty are all about and how does it impact our market 

Published on 25th September 2021
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What The FAQ: Who was Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh that the BJP has named a university in UP after?

In 1957, Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh contested the Lok Sabha election from Mathura. He won against Atal Bihari Vajpayee and had over 40 per cent of the votes in that election

Published on 14th September 2021
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What the FAQ: What is the calendar grand slam in tennis and why is it special?

What is all the fuss about Novak Djokovic being on the verge of greatness? How rare is this feat? Here is everything you need to know

Published on 11th September 2021
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What The FAQ: What is the Supreme Court Collegium and how does it actually work

In today's FAQ, we write about the Supreme Court Collegium, how it was formed and when did the system evolve  and what are its limitations in the system

 

Published on 4th September 2021
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What The FAQ: How different from the Hubble Telescope is the James Webb Telescope?

Therefore in today's FAQ, we dig more information on this new telescope and see how different it is going to be than the existing Hubble Telescope in space

Published on 28th August 2021
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What the FAQ: What’s all the fuss about NFTs?

All that glitters ain’t gold. NFTs are taking the world by storm, but they might end up burning us all. Here's all that you need to know

Published on 27th August 2021
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What The FAQ: Why are so many fully vaccinated people contracting COVID?

Recently, a news report said that more than 87,000 people contracted COVID despite being fully vaccinated. We explore it here

Published on 20th August 2021
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What The FAQ: Is Marburg virus the new Coronavirus and should we be scared about it?

According to the World Health Organisation, this virus has the potential to spread wide and fast. Should this new virus worry you?

Published on 12th August 2021
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What The FAQ: Who is Dhyan Chand and why is he called the magician of hockey? 

In today's FAQ, we take a look at who is this famous hockey player, Dhyan Chand and why he remains a pride to many Indians

Published on 7th August 2021
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What the FAQ: What is happening in Afghanistan and what can India do about it?  

Afghanistan is so often embroiled in big picture conflicts that it has never been able to shed enough light on the humanitarian burden of its history. Where does India stand on the issue?

Published on 6th August 2021

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