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From the India Today archives (2004) | Why boredom is engulfing sex in marriage

Examining why more and more married Indian men are experiencing disinterest in their sex lives

Why the naming of an airport in Maharashtra is a fitting tribute to Nath Pai

The Maharashtra cabinet’s decision to name the greenfield airport in Sindhudurg after the freedom fighter and spirited parliamentarian coincides with his birth centenary

How garba events in MP are mired in communal row again this year

BJP leaders are against participation of Muslims and are demanding entry to garba venues after identity checks

How Durga puja is breaking stereotypes and forging inclusivity in Bengal

If Muslims in parts of Kolkata are doing the heavy lifting at pujas, transgenders are organising their own puja for the fifth year in a row

Why RBI should think beyond forex reserves to stop rupee slide

Analysts say the central bank’s over-dependence on forex reserves to shore up the rupee against the US dollar is leading to its significant depletion

Theaterisation of defence forces tops new CDS Lt Gen. Anil Chauhan’s agenda

Differences persist within the three services on the issue. The Indian Air Force, for instance, is of the view that a separate air defence command would be ‘counterproductive’

Post the PFI ban, what is the BJP’s game plan to reach out to Muslims?

While some reconciliatory efforts have been made in the past, BJP leaders believe the crackdown on the Popular Front of India will facilitate dialogue with the Muslim community

Why the Centre’s ban on PFI, affiliates was expected

The Popular Front of India, founded in 2006, is accused of widespread crimes, such as terrorism, murder and money-laundering, with funding from the Gulf

What influenced US decision on $450 million F-16 upgrade for Pakistan

The Joe Biden administration’s move has invited criticism from India, with external affairs minister S. Jaishankar saying “everyone knows where they (F-16s) are deployed”

Why the Ashok Gehlot-Sachin Pilot rivalry in Congress has gotten out of hand

Observers feel the Congress high command, over the years, did precious little to prevent the emergence of two bitterly opposed power centres in Rajasthan

How the BJP is trying to regain lost space in Bengal’s Durga puja

The BJP and Trinamool are competing over puja doles and taking credit for the UNESCO ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage’ tag for Kolkata’s Durga puja

Why you should not give up on milk

Mumbai-based clinical nutritionist Rasika Parab breaks the myths surrounding consumption of milk

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