Offices are not functioning at full strength;
work from home is the new norm...as are
layoffs, pay cuts et al. Outlook-Toluna surveys
the post-Covid workplace and workers
| CALL OFF THE DOGS
The controversy over dog meat—now banned
in Nagaland—spawns from mainland India’s
refusal to respect the NE’s unique food habits
| PLAYING TO EMPTY GALLERIES
As stadia around the world echo in emptiness,
sportspersons try to cope with the new Covidspurred
reality of playing without fans.
| BREATHING IN THE SHADOWS
Abhishek Bachchan still finds his work and
talent measured on a yardstick called Amitabh.
Will it change with his maiden web series?
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