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As farmers and protestors, women want to stand up and be counted
They can drive tractors and they can teach kids. They can shout slogans, and weed a field. India’s female farmers are out to prove that they’re far from invisible
Rohit Dismissal Pegs India Back As Tourists End Rain-Marred Day 2 At 62/2, Still 307 Runs Behind
Chants of ‘Ganpati Bappa Morya' fill festive centres
Floral arrangements, til ladoos and Maharashtra’s favourite chant “Ganpati Bappa Morya” marked the first day of vaccination at the city’s 40 centres spread across 10 public hospitals. Many of the vaccinated healthcare workers got a round of applause, if not a piece of cake or a samosa, as they walked out of the centres.
Arm-wrestling goes from college canteen tables to a league of its own
The sport now has a competitive avatar, drawing both male and female athletes who let their forearms do the talking
When Emotions Trump Reason
Indians should pay heed to lessons of US Capitol attack, when unchecked emotions erupted
Walk Amid Green Spaces To Reduce Work-Related Stress
If you have work-related stress, then taking a stroll in green spaces may help you in improving your mental health and managing stress, a new study suggests.The study also indicated that people with strong “sense of coherence” (SOC) have greater resilience to stress.
‘Got No Harvard Job, Fell Victim To Phishing'
Says TV Editor Who Quit Last Year To Teach
By Sending Coronavirus Vaccines Abroad, India Enters V5: The World's Exclusive Vax Power Club
Today India rolls out “the world’s biggest vaccination programme”, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi put it, in its epic combat against Covid-19.
India's ‘Polar Girls' Make Us Proud...
Four incredible ‘Bharat ki betiyan’ created aviation history last week when the all women crew flew non-stop from San Fransisco’s International Airport, covering a distance of around 16,000 km and safely landed their big bird (Boeing 777-200LR) at 03.07 am, at Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru.
Tottenham Stutter Again; Man City Jump To Third
London: It has become a familiar pattern for Tottenham under Jose Mourinho this season: take the lead, retreat, invite opponents on, and eventually concede.
America's Missing Workers
Near-record levels of absenteeism could be hampering the recovery
CHINA'S GEELY, BAIDU ANNOUNCE ELECTRIC CAR VENTURES
Chinese automaker Geely says it will form an electric car venture with tech giant Baidu, adding to a flurry of corporate tie-ups in the industry to share soaring technology development costs.
Where Is Jack Ma, China's E-commerce Pioneer?
China’s best-known entrepreneur, e-commerce billionaire Jack Ma, made his fortune by taking big risks.
Gain Of Function
How much risk of an accidental pandemic is too much?
Yin Lu CHINESE HERITAGE AND SYMBOLISM
Yin Lu CHINESE HERITAGE AND SYMBOLISM
HUAWEI: A GENUINE COMPETITOR TO APPLE AND GOOGLE
Now considered the poster child of China’s technology sector, Huawei has defied the odds in recent years amidst growing pressure from political leaders in the US and Europe. But just how did the company climb to the top, and overtake Samsung to become the world’s biggest smartphone brand? Let’s pull back the curtain and reveal the secrets behind its success.
China's Rebel Historians
Defiant researchers chronicle a past that the Communist Party grows ever more intent on erasing.
A Silicon Curtain Descends
TRUMP ESCALATED AMERICA’S WAR AGAINST HUAWEI AND CHINA. BIDEN SHOULD BEWARE BURGEONING TECHNONATIONALISM.
The Very Public Humbling of Jack Ma
He was set to raise $35 billion from Ant’s IPO. Then China showed him who’s boss
CHINA'S ALIBABA, TENCENT UNIT FINED UNDER ANTI-MONOPOLY LAW
China’s market regulator on Monday said it fined Alibaba Group and a Tencent Holdings-backed company for failing to seek approval before proceeding with some acquisitions.