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CSA is about power and domination
DC CORRESPONDANT | PTI
While one method of CSA is coercive, violent abuse of children, the other processes by which abuses happen are far more insidious.
Skill of retaining nation’s talent: Brain drain scene may only worsen
There is a direct relation between per capita GDP and talent retention which is why we haven’t attracted the best lot from abroad.
29 Apr 2018 3:25 AM
Must improve quality of life
While a business-friendly climate is a must, we also need hubs that offer good standard of living.
29 Apr 2018 3:17 AM
Debate on Aryan migration vs Out-of-India theory unsettled
This led to the academic quest for the "Original Homeland" of this family of languages.
22 Apr 2018 1:50 AM
Decoding ancient genome to trace ancestry
But traditionalists argue, citing mainly the Rig Veda, that the Valley culture spawned east-to-west migration.
22 Apr 2018 1:40 AM
Space study fashionable, waste management isn’t
A huge economic opportunity arises from incorporating good waste management.
16 Apr 2018 12:30 AM
What nations are doing to stem flow
Concerted action in the form of a $5 billion annual spending on waste-management could trigger revamp packaging systems, and let the ocean thrive.
16 Apr 2018 12:28 AM
Magnitude of the planetary crisis
Plastic not only takes years to decompose in our environment but rarely does it fully disappear.
16 Apr 2018 12:24 AM
Leafy towns can firefight urban heat: Urban farming boosts nutritional security
It is time we graduated from food security to nutritional security.
08 Apr 2018 7:08 AM
Green cities to mitigate heat
Food plants in residential buildings can reduce temperature during the summer season, but may not mitigate climate change.
08 Apr 2018 7:02 AM
Vandalism, a mob sport
People who take down a statue, saying they no longer have any use for that icon, are filled with an intense hatred for the past.
01 Apr 2018 12:25 AM
Erase memories, perpetuate hate
Social justice movements seek the removal of racist Civil War era symbols from public spaces amid the rise of far-right white nationalism in US.
01 Apr 2018 12:22 AM
A clear and present danger
Chinese have carefully protected their data flows and have domestic equivalents to Western giants is known.
26 Mar 2018 12:41 AM
Free products sell your privacy
We need digital economy where our data and our attention is not for sale to the highest-bidding authoritarian or demagogue.
26 Mar 2018 12:38 AM
People must be smarter than the tools
Cyber Security experts often ask one tough question, why is it that people feel the need to put up everything on social media.
26 Mar 2018 12:37 AM
Stuck in selfie state?
Selfitis is not a classifiable mental disorder, but further research is needed on its psychosocial impact.
20 Mar 2018 12:54 AM
Are You Suffering from Selfitis?
Everyone is clicking selfies. But is this a symptom of an epidemic? No, not necessarily, say experts.
20 Mar 2018 12:51 AM
Silicon logic stumps users
India is no different whether it is fake news or propaganda.
12 Mar 2018 3:06 AM
The good, bad and the ugly
The creators and practitioners of social media tech are themselves on a learning curve even as they try to rein in the creation.
12 Mar 2018 3:03 AM
Universities can educate world on tolerance
Universities reflect the times we live in; one that is more intolerant than we would like it to be.
04 Mar 2018 12:45 AM
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Man with HIV uses dating apps to find women for unprotected sex
This triple-folding iPhone concept could slam down Samsung, Huawei
Hyundai Venue rival could be Kia's entry-level car in India
Bharat poster no 5: Salman Khan explains the pain behind the smiling face
IPL 2019: Rohit Sharma becomes 3rd Indian to score 8000 T20 runs as MI beat Capitals
Watch: Qatari man shows how to beat wives in viral video
Cong, Opp. disunity will make life easier for BJP
Because the Congress can grow in UP beyond a certain level only at the cost of the SP-BSP combine.
Muslims live in fear in Canada after the attack in Christchurch
Two years ago I landed in Canada, a society that prides itself on being open, multi-faith and multi-racial.
After elections in Israel, future seems bleaker for Palestinians
It is often said that the ability to indict a sitting PM elevates Israel above other semi-democracies in West Asia, such as Egypt or Turkey.
Towards inclusive India: Why social justice is vital
Most people anywhere in the world prefer to live within their comfort zones, and are not interested in exploring the world beyond.
CES 2019: Smart sleeping masks, headphones with display screen, and more
Samsung shows off its folding phone at Dev Conference 2018
Apple flaunts its all new 2018 MacBook Air
2018 Apple iPad Pro hands-on: The iPad just got smarter
Apple Keynote September 2018: Drool over the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR
6 unique smartphones to crave for
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