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Why is the Netflix show Squid Game so popular and why is it spawning a protest culture?

For pop content to ignite conversations and strifes about deep-rooted socioeconomic issues is a rare feat. We explore the depth and extent of the Netflix show Squid Game's fame

Published on 21st October 2021
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WhatTheFAQ: Why the upcoming Snow White movie is knee-deep in controversy

Disney was quick to respond to the Game of Thrones actor and said that they are taking a different approach

Published on 27th January 2022
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WhatTheFAQ: Why did the CBI arrest Anand Subramanian and what was his role in the NSE scam?

The CBI, on Thursday night, arrested former Group Operating Officer of the National Stock Exchange. Why has the NSE been in the news of late? We bring you all the answers

Published on 25th February 2022
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WhatTheFAQ: Why are hashtags #JEEStudentsWantsJustice, #NEETUG2022, #CUET and #UPSC trending?

Exams and Mismanagement? Why are students using these words together to describe their plight when it comes to appearing for various competitive exams in India? 

Published on 16th July 2022
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WhatTheFAQ: What does a 'reserved judgment' mean and how long does it take for a verdict to be given?

The #HijabRow is still making headlines as it rocks Ktaka's educational institutions. The HC just finished a marathon 11-day hearing in the case and has reserved its judgment. What does that mean?

Published on 26th February 2022
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WhatTheFAQ: How real is the threat of the fourth wave in India and when can we expect it?

Researchers at IIT Kanpur have been predicting COVID waves in India with near-perfect accuracy. And so, when they say the fourth wave might hit in June, we might as well dig a little deeper

Published on 28th February 2022
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WhatTheFAQ: How does a diplomatic boycott work and why is China inviting it?

On the eve of the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Beijing this year, India has joined a group of countries in announcing a "diplomatic boycott" of the games

Published on 4th February 2022
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WhatTheFAQ: All that's interesting about the 68th National Film Awards

The National Film Awards this year have been very intriguing. Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam films have performed extremely well and bagged the most awards. Here's more about the big night

Published on 23rd July 2022
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What The FAQ: What do Delhi's smog towers really do?

The Environment Minister Bhupendra Yadav just inaugurated the first functional smog tower of Delhi on Tuesday. But what will the tower do? How will it help? Is one enough?

Published on 10th September 2021
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What the FAQ: What are the biggest international pageants and how has India fared in them?

Harnaaz Sandhu, a semi-finalist at Femina Miss India, became the third Miss Universe from India, after 21 years, this Sunday

Published on 13th December 2021
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What the the FAQ: What is the much-hyped Friends Reunion episode all about?

All you need to know about the Friends reunion, where to watch it and what it will include

Published on 27th May 2021
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What the FAQ?: Tesla is now in 'Namma Bengaluru' but why did Elon Musk choose this city to launch?

Here's a lowdown on the most frequently asked questions in the past two days after the official launch of Tesla Inc's manufacturing and R&D unit in Bengaluru 

Published on 14th January 2021
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What the FAQ? What is the Delta Plus variant of COVID? Should we be concerned?

In today's What the FAQ, we talk about the Delta Plus variant of COVID-19 in detail and how severe it is

Published on 16th June 2021
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What The FAQ: What do the new economic packages, announced by FM Nirmala Sitharamn, mean for you?

Of the measures announced, the Centre will see an additional outgo of Rs 93,869 crore on free food grains, Rs 15,000 crore on health among other things

Published on 29th June 2021
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What the FAQ: Over 72 per cent rise in UAPA cases since 2019, what does the Act entail? 

In July 2019, the ambit of UAPA was expanded. It was amended allowing the government to designate an individual as a terrorist without trial

 

Published on 10th March 2021

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