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Rapid industrialisation in Gujarat threatens the mangroves that kharai camels and their nomadic herders depend on theguardian.com/environment/20

Delhi Riots Investigation a Criminal Conspiracy, Allege Activists and Journalists
youtube.com/watch?v=sR_SEkHLN5

has been reporting the highest number of daily cases in the for nearly a month, according to the World Health Organization data.

ndtv.com/india-news/coronaviru

If you have the right attitude, interesting problems will find you.

The day before Narendra Modi and the BJP swept to victory in the 2014 general elections, Ankhi Das – the head of ’s public policy in – wrote, “We lit a fire to his social media campaign and the rest is of course history."

thewire.in/tech/facebook-ankhi

What could have been a debate about suicide prevention policy and a raging mental health crisis in India turned into a public court, discussing gossip like a cheap tabloid.

thewire.in/media/rhea-chakrabo

The Allahabad high court said the detention of Dr Kafeel Khan under the National Security Act (NSA) is “not sustainable in the eye of law”, ordering his immediate release.

it's time state of apologize for such false cases and harassment.

thewire.in/law/allahabad-high-

Last year in November, the had asked to reinstate 17 deleted pages and “monetise” or allow two right-wing news websites – The Chaupal and OpIndia – to receive ad revenue for their content.

thewire.in/tech/bjp-facebook-i

When you lose interest in a program, your last duty to it is to hand it off to a competent successor.

Treating your users as co-developers is your least hassle route to rapid code improvement and effective debugging.

An open letter written to ’s leadership by 11 employees on one internal platform demands company leaders acknowledge and denounce “ bigotry” and ensure more policy consistency.

thewire.in/tech/facebook-emplo

In what appears to be a desperate attempt to prolong the tenures of its secretary, Jay Shah, and president, Sourav Ganguly, the is seeking the Supreme Court’s permission to amend Rule 6.4 of its constitution, in ‘public and national interest’.

thewire.in/sport/bcci-jay-shah

The majority never defeats tyrants its always a minority

Plan to throw one away; you will, anyhow.

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