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Radioactive water leak at Japan nuclear plant: report

Radioactive water leak at Japan nuclear plant:...

Feb 2, 2012 TOKYO: Some 8.5 tons of radioactive water leaked from a reactor at Japan’s crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant but it had...

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India’s Rural Angels: Village Midwives

India’s Rural Angels: Village Midwives

Traditional midwives if supported with modern training can make a significant difference to maternal health in India. By Soma Mukhopadhyay It was a dark...

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Kashmir Women lead suicidal tendencies

Kashmir Women lead suicidal tendencies

Feb 1, 2012-Srinagar, Khurram Rasool With the state of conflict still fresh in the backdrop of their minds and increase in the cases of domestic violence,...

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Ethical hacker tells how to beat censorship

Ethical hacker tells how to beat censorship

    Ask Mr Ankit Fadia, the 26-year-old ethical hacker, to sign his book for you, he would scribble ‘Happy Hacking’ before signing it....

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A Victory for the Internet: SOPA Act Dropped After Mass Protest

A Victory for the Internet: SOPA Act Dropped...

  The blockage last week of SOPA, the Stop Online Piracy Act of 2012, is a tentative victory not only for net neutrality and changing definitions of intellectual...

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Censorship at Symbiosis: See no Kashmir, hear no Kashmir, speak no Kashmir

Censorship at Symbiosis: See no Kashmir,...

By Shivam Vij For the past four years, a handful of Kashmiri Pandits and right-wing activists have shut down numerous screenings of Sanjay Kak’s Jashn-e-Azadi:...

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What Twitter’s New Censorship Policy Means for Human Rights

What Twitter’s New Censorship Policy...

Twitter dropped quite the shocker last week when it declared its new policy to remove tweets in certain countries to abide by specific national laws. While...

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In the hurry to meet targets, UIDAI is missing its goals

In the hurry to meet targets, UIDAI is missing...

  Lost Identity- Prabha Jagannathan Feb1, 2012- The Week The division among economists and social activists over whether the Unique Identity (UID)...

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French Scientists: Childhood Leukemia Spikes Near Nuclear Reactors

French Scientists: Childhood Leukemia Spikes...

  1 February 2012 by: John LaForge, Truthout | News Analysis French researchers have confirmed that childhood leukemia rates are shockingly elevated...

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Ghatkopar’s Ramabai Nagar: Where the Republic still lives

Ghatkopar’s Ramabai Nagar: Where the...

Feb 2, 2012,  By Javed Iqbal, Mumbai, DNA Early on the morning of July 11, 1997, at Ramabai Nagar in Ghatkopar, a woman claimed to see the statue of iconic...

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