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    Explainer: Many US states make moves to control women's bodies, again

    Abortion ban bills, going against Roe v. Wade, have once again brought American women back where they started with respect to their reproductive rights This week, Alabama's governor signed the country's most restrictive legislation banning most abortions, without exceptions for rape or incest, and awarding sentences of up to 99 years in prison for abortion providers....

    • 2 days ago
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    Taiwan is the first Asian country to legalise same-sex marriage: Full details

    Hundreds of Taiwanese people from the LGBT community, along with their advocates and allies, rejoiced on the streets of Taipei. In a landmark decision, Taiwan's parliament approved a bill on Friday, May 17, that legalises same-sex marriage, making it the first place in Asia to do so. Hundreds of Taiwanese people from the LGBT community, along with their...

    • 3 days ago
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    Gucci is selling 'Indy Turbans', and Amazon toilet covers of Hindu gods: Here's why the backlash is fierce

    Cultural appropriation is interpreted as re-packaging non-western practices for a western audience, stripping non-western countries and figures of credit After receiving criticism for making Caucasian models where turbans on the runway, Gucci has again come under fire for selling those very turbans for an exorbitant price on Nordstrom....

    • 3 days ago
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    Remember the Titans: Sales lessons from beauty mogul Mary Kay Ash

    Mary Kay Cosmetics was put on the map thanks to its founder's superior leadership, shrewd business acumen, and savvy marketing skills Mary Kay Ash defied all norms expected from a woman of her times and rose to become an entrepreneurial phenomenon. She trained thousands of women as beauty consultants and inspired millions of them through her relatable success stories. ...

    • 3 days ago
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    Disappearing island nations are the sinking reality of climate change

    Island countries, which face the most risk from rising sea levels, are disappearing, destroying homes and livelihoods, and resulting in climate refugees The crescendo over climate change is getting louder by the day. No, not about time; much later than anyone of us should be comfortable. After all, we are breathing in more carbon dioxide now than ever in our existence....

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    Nuclear fusion can power the future. These studies show that future is less than 30 years away.

    The latest developments in nuclear fusion and its potential to provide clean and efficient energy security in the times of climate action. The quest for a nuclear power-fuelled future has always been beset with insurmountable engineering and scientific challenges. But recent developments in the quest for alternate energy through nuclear fusion have...

    • 4 days ago
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    India's southwest monsoon has been delayed. Here's what it means

    Southwest monsoon delayed could mean a delayed kharif crop harvest; these crops account for 50% of India's agricultural production The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has said the southwest monsoon will be delayed by about seven days and arrive in Kerala on June 6. "This year, the statistical model forecast suggests that the monsoon onset over Kerala is likely to...

    • 4 days ago
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    India joins Christchurch Call for Action: What is it and why does it matter?

    Christchurch Call for Action is the brainchild of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and French President Emmanuel Macron to fight terrorism On Wednesday, May 15, India signed on to a new global anti-terror initiative that is spearheaded by France and Australia. Focusing on the spread of online terror, French President Emmanuel Macron and New Zealand Prime...

    • 4 days ago
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    How to end Afghanistan war as longest conflict moves towards fragile peace

    The US, Afghanistan and Taliban are engaged in peace talks to end the 18-year conflict in Afghanistan. By Alexander Gillespie The longest-running war appears to be coming to an end. The Taliban has been running an armed rebellion in Afghanistan since being dislodged from power in a US-led invasion following September 11 2001. Recent high-level negotiations between the...

    • 4 days ago
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    Indian pharma companies feel the heat of price-fixing charges by US govt: All you need to know

    Once again, Indian pharma companies find themselves in a soup in the US. Could blockchain help here? Of the 20 major pharmaceutical firms named in a recent antitrust lawsuit filed by 44 American states, 7 Indian pharma companies face lawsuits from over 40 US states https://t.co/qRoZJjltBN via @TOIBusiness pic.twitter.com/DUiHT7sBwB— Times of...

    • 5 days ago

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