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The columnist explains the interesting physics and chemistry behind the appearance of tears or legs in a glass of wine.
GAUTAM Adani’s debt-fuelled empire received a jolt this week when the Economic Times reported that three of the six Mauritius-based funds that have invested most of their money in the Indian billionaire’s stocks had seen their accounts frozen by the national share depository.
Just hearing his little boy call him dad will be enough for our columnist when Father's Day comes up on June 20 (though he wouldn’t say no to a new game console).
Covid-19 travels along the fault lines of societies, highlighting cracks and weaknesses long ignored.
When our columnist brings home an adopted kitten as a companion for Tic Tac, Target is less than impressed.
FROM spikes in Americans’ cost of living to surging factory-gate prices in China, inflation is stirring in all corners of the globe. Monetary chieftains, meanwhile, are sticking to their guns, stressing the spurt is temporary.
But how long can it survive the post-virus environment?
(Reuters) - A Brazil team playing in the Copa America at home on the back of a seven-game winning streak would normally be hot favourites to triumph but this is no ordinary year and no ordinary Copa.