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    Indulekha Aravind

    Senior Assistant Editor, ET

    A features writer with ET Magazine, the Sunday edition of The Economic Times, my areas of interest include politics, culture, the environment and human interest stories, particularly from the South I ...

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    Another pandemic: India's fight against single-use plastic falls victim to CovidCovid undoing the fight against single-use plastic: Sunita Narain, Centre for Science and EnvironmentHow an IPS officer is changing the fortunes of students from marginalised communities in TelanganaHow training, uniforms are helping cleaning 'partners' get more dignity at work
    Now we don't look at cinema as an art form, but as fast food: Chaitanya TamhaneOdisha makes progress in its fight against malnutrition, but there’s still a long way to goWhy is rat Magawa making headlines?
    Why is rat Magawa making headlines?
    26 Sep 2020 11:00 PM IST
    DMK sticks to Tamil pride and Centre’s hegemony. Will that translate into votes?
    Leisure travellers are stepping out. But rising Covid cases make tourism's recovery complexWhy is Przewalski's horse in headlines?To go or not to go out in times of Covid: Invitations to socialise are backAct of god or man, full compensation must be paid: Thomas Isaac, Kerala Finance Minister
    Lockdown sees a rise in home chefs selling food, but will demand sustain in the post-Covid world?Autobiography of a multimillionaire yogi: The incredible journey and contrarian ideas of Karan BajajA new set of millennial entrepreneurs are out to shake up the Indian craft gin marketMeet the professionals who juggle a great day job with a successful creative career and won’t give up either
    For funerals in the time of Covid, strangers step in to help in final journeyHow social distancing was meant to be ideal for introvert & exasperating for extrovertCovid impact: Professionals who can work from home are ditching the uncongenial citiesThe lockdown  has been an unusual time of frayed nerves and bonding for millennials
    Darling of developers, how Postman made a $2 billion valuation look like an overnight successOnline classes: Teachers, parents and students learn it the hard wayHere's how a country of 96 million bordering China kept Covid-19 deaths to zeroWill Pinarayi Vijayan’s handling of crises be enough to ensure a second term in office?
    My room-mate kept spirits up at hospital: COVID survivorThe great Covid reset: How 7 people from different walks of life are spending their days at homeOut of Work: Layoffs and furloughs across sectors have rendered thousands helplessStory of a COVID Survivor: In ward, very few had symptoms like fever
    In many death penalty verdicts, trial courts overlooked mitigating circumstances of accused, finds studyCoronavirus: How the states stack up
    Coronavirus: How the states stack up
    13 May 2020 07:41 AM IST
    For Indians in the Gulf, Covid paints an uncertain futureCovid-19 will have unprecedented effect on migrant economy: Dilip Ratha, World Bank
    BR Shetty: The staggering rise and incredible fall of a billionaireStories of extraordinary kindness at the times of unprecedented Covid-19 crises'Testing scaled up significantly to meet contingencies'Mathematical models are used to predict Covid-19’s path, but is the incoming data sound?
    Covid-19: How healthcare workers are paying a heavy price in this battleIn Kerala, we have kept over 1.2 lakh beds ready: KK Shailaja, state health ministerCovid: Tipplers tackle acute withdrawal symptoms as defacto prohibition takes holdCovid-19: Why social distancing is a big worry for senior citizens
    Coronavirus Pandemic: Healthcare professionals take to social media to express their despairHow social distancing is getting us to slow down, bond with family, cook more & socialise virtuallyHow regional soft drinks makers are making a mark in a market dominated by MNCsHow surveillance at airports could expose passengers to coronavirus
    How Milaap tweaked crowdfunding model to raise money for medical careLease of life: The 185-km long Beas Conservation Reserve is helping protect many endangered aquatic speciesLease of life: Saving the great Indian bustard bird in the Rajasthan desertLease of Life: 5 conservation efforts that have reversed the damage done to flora and fauna in India
    Lease of Life: This Arunachal tribe turns village into a bird sanctuaryLease of Life: A 380-acre plot in Gurgaon is now home to hundreds of native trees and bird speciesNew report finds India's birds in overall decline, "in some cases catastrophically so"The town of Bidar is divided as a school play on CAA invites sedition charges
    Republic's Children: Recalling aspirations for the nationGood companies can easily raise money in tough times: Curefit cofounder Mukesh BansalThe rise of unconventional corporate team-building activitiesOnline dispute resolution is beginning to find takers in India
    How this Kerala cooperative in the infrastructure sector has become a role modelHow Indian women commute: The daily battle of going to workNine women scientists who are doing phenomenal workYou must have the chance to study science in your own language: Principal Scientific Adviser K VijayRaghavan
    How a number of initiatives are breaking the language barrier in teaching scienceWhy India should seriously pay attention to its children's pre-diabetesMeet eight entrepreneurs who defied all odds and rose to the topGet, Set, Ngo: How non-profit sector is going through remarkable change in India
    A year since #MeToo: What has been done is #TooLittleHow a group of startups aim to bring people closer, offlineResidents of four apartment buildings in Maradu demand fair hearing as SC's demolition deadline nearsScarred by consecutive floods, how Kerala is helping survivors
    Easy online loans convince more Indians to go on holiday on creditMonsoon Mayhem: How should India deal with this new normalIMD looking to create common alert protocol: Mrutyunjay MohapatraVG Siddhartha: The death of an entrepreneur
    How regional languages are fueling YouTube's growth in IndiaThere is a big misconception that single women aren’t contented:  Journalist Kalpana SharmaSocial stock exchange: Will it improve access to capital for social enterprises?How tens of thousands of people lost their hard-earned savings in IMA Jewels scam
    NRI entrepreneur’s suicide in Kerala over red tape puts CPM government in a spotWhat does India want on July 5? Here's a ground report from 8 places that matterMeet the Indian-American siblings whose startup is honing winners in spelling beeJust how bad is India's plastic problem?
    World needs generic drugs but their quality must be guaranteed: Journalist Katherine EbanCan former PM Deve Gowda recover from the latest electoral debacle?What makes temple elephants so popular in KeralaAffluent Indians are doing everything to support extracurricular ambitions of their children
    Dynastic politics: A look at the leading families  of 2019 Lok Sabha pollsMy career would have gone differently if I were a man: Biologist Gagandeep KangModi sending RSS, BJP people to defeat me: Mallikarjun KhargeCan Gulbarga’s most famous politician outsmart both rebels and BJP?
    Decoded: The concerns and aspirations of the urban electorate in seven Indian citiesLok Sabha polls 2019: Wayanad is agog with excitement about Rahul GandhiAn unexpected encounter with Rahul Gandhi for 68-year-old Wayanad residentLok Sabha polls 2019: Kamal Haasan's star power may not be enough to convince voters
    Will jobs actually be top of mind when India casts its vote in this Lok Sabha elections?Get ready for another chronic water shortage this summerAfter deluge, drought sets in Kerala
    After deluge, drought sets in Kerala
    23 Mar 2019 11:15 PM IST
    Safer summer in Shimla this time
    Safer summer in Shimla this time
    23 Mar 2019 11:15 PM IST
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