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Bio-diversity studies need upgradation

Published on 29-Jun-2015

Biodiversity conservation is not a destination but a journey. While the rationale for this long and enduring journey is clear, often the avenues are not......

Silicon Valley's lack of progress on diversity

Published on 29-Jun-2015
INCLUSIVE FORCE: Some companies are trying to prove that diversity is a priority by backing up their promises with money. Intel and Google have pledged to spend hundreds of millions of dollars in the coming years to improve the diversity of their work forces.

When Facebook released its workplace diversity numbers Thursday last, the company included a somewhat heartening message. "It's clear to all of us that...

Scams haunt 8-month old Fadnavis govt

Published on 29-Jun-2015

It is only eight months ago that Devendra Fadnavis took the reigns of the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance government in Maharashtra but in this short span......

The 'right to die' across continents

Published on 28-Jun-2015
Death control: The popular desire for the right to die, with a doctor's help, at the time and in the manner of your own choosing, is beyond question. Evidence from places that have allowed assisted dying suggests that there is no slippery slope toward widespread euthanasia.

It is easy to forget that adultery was a crime in Spain until 1978, or that in America, where today gay marriage...

Time for Pakistan to establish credentials against terror

Published on 28-Jun-2015

The retaliatory and pre-emptive operation of the Indian army in the bordering areas of India and Myanmar in the first fortnight...

Off the record

Published on 28-Jun-2015

Ahead of key elections in Bihar, which may prove a hard test for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, veteran BJP leaders...

A year after launch, AirAsia struggles

Published on 26-Jun-2015
No breezy business: AirAsia exported its low-cost model to India a year ago, hoping to catch its hundreds of millions in first-time fliers. It has, however, proven harder than expected. Facing fierce competition and persistent price wars, the carrier is now retooling its strategy.

When the fast-growing Malaysian carrier AirAsia wanted to expand, India looked like the ideal frontier. The country had hundreds of millions...

Cash for vote: Chandrababu bruised, KCR wins Round 1

Published on 26-Jun-2015

It is an opportunity that no political leader would ever miss to encash to its fullest potential. The sensational 'Cash for Vote'...

Surgery may help teens with migraines

Published on 26-Jun-2015

Migraine surgery may be an effective choice for teens who haven't gotten relief from standard treatment, a study suggests...

Dynasties have been there in North America too

Published on 26-Jun-2015

It is political season in North America. General elections to Canada's Parliament are scheduled for October 2015 and the run-up...

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Stranded Chardham pilgrims

Stranded Chardham pilgrims

boy, whose parents say they belong to the Rohingya community...

boy, whose parents say they belong to the Rohingya community...

A worker dries vermicelli, used to make a traditional sweet dish...

A worker dries vermicelli, used to make a traditional sweet dish...

A Muslim man calls for the evening prayer...

A Muslim man calls for the evening prayer...

BJP protest in Delhi

BJP protest in Delhi

A Kashmiri Muslim woman prays...

A Kashmiri Muslim woman prays...

Chennai Metro services launched

Chennai Metro services launched

Anganwadi volunteers protest

Anganwadi volunteers protest

An Indian man pedals a cycle as a boy pushes it through a flooded street...

An Indian man pedals a cycle as a boy pushes it through a flooded street...

Canada Open 2015

Canada Open 2015

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