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Adani beware: coal is on the road to becoming completely uninsurable

As the chairman and founder of Adani Group, Gautam Adani, has shown in Queensland’s Galilee Basin, a sufficiently rich developer can...

Modi ushers in a new intolerant India and revokes multicultural democracy

In January 1948, India complained to the United Nations Security Council about Pakistani aggression and the following year, in January...

Heartbreaking messages from Kashmiris disconnected from their families

Internet connectivity, cellular, landline, cable TV are suspended and roads are closed. Indian Army is deployed at every point in...

Scholars from across the globe write the United Nations with recommendations for Kashmir

Scholars from across the globe write the United Nations with recommendations for the recent developments in Kashmir. They are members of...

Heatwave: think it’s hot in Europe? The human body is already close to thermal...

When the air temperature exceeds 35°C, the body relies on the evaporation of water – mainly through sweating – to keep core temperature at a safe level. This system works until the “wetbulb” temperature reaches 35°C.

Article 15: Article of Faith for Fraternity, Equality and Liberty

Mulk was a social critique of prejudice polluting perception afflicting majority minority interaction and painting of a whole community in one...

The 148th Open: Please pour Port wine in Claret Jug for Shane Lowry at...

The Open Championships can conduct the tournament amongst ten courses on its roster. It was the first time that the Open...

IMF says it cares about inequality. But will it change its ways?

If the IMF is serious about reducing inequality, then it needs to carefully consider the types of conditions included in lending programmes.

A booming international movie market is transforming Hollywood

China is presently Hollywood’s biggest foreign market. According to projections by PricewaterhouseCoopers, this year the Chinese box office will rake in $11.05 billion, compared to ticket sales in the U.S. of $12.11 billion.

IITs: Only 2% of the Faculty are SC, less than 1% ST

On July 8, the government informed the Lok Sabha that of 6,043 faculty members at the IITs, only 2.46 percent are SCs and 0.34 percent STs. At the NITs, there are 9 percent SC and 3 percent ST faculty.

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Bala: Hair raising tale with humour and message

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