After researchers noticed fewer nearsighted patients in a hospital ward in China, they speculated that wearing glasses might offer some protection against Covid-19.
Technological progress has outpaced the political debate again. What will happen when the next TikTok arrives in the United States?
Some of the most fascinating topics covered this week are: Business (Management lessons from Honeywell's former CEO; Niche consumer firms grab investor eyeballs), Productivity (All highly intelligent people share this trait; A psychologist explains why these 5 habits will help you stay focused all day), and History (East India Company: The original corporate raiders)
The new show, unscripted and as yet unnamed, will follow Baskin and her husband, Howard, "as they work to expose, like never before, those who abuse and take advantage of various animals"
Paperless tickets, sanitisation cabinets, empty seats—PVR Cinemas CEO Gautam Dutta talks about why cinemas must reopen and with what precautions, and what they can achieve against OTT rivals once back in the race
Indian author Avni Doshi's 'Burnt Sugar' is among the six novels shortlisted for the coveted author prize this year. Which of these will you pick up next?
Helping her father build the Apollo brand since she was in college, Shobana Kamineni knows what it takes to be a woman in leadership in India. She talks about mansplaining, women in the workforce, new growth wheels for Apollo, and more
An investigation by The Indian Express that China is using big data and technology to track Indians including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, business icon Ratan Tata and more. Here's why this is worrying