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Reinventing the sanitation projects in India

One of the deterrents that could prolong or possibly halt our dream of becoming a “developed” nation in the coming years is the lack of health and hygiene and the absence of widespread ground-level actions. 614 more words

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Diehard Coders Just Rescued NASA’s Earth Science Data

ON SATURDAY MORNING, the white stone buildings on UC Berkeley’s campus radiated with unfiltered sunshine. The sky was blue, the campanile was chiming. But instead of enjoying the beautiful day, 200 adults had willingly sardined themselves into a fluorescent-lit room in the bowels of Doe Library to rescue federal… 876 more words

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Benedict Arnold in the White House? by Thomas Martin Saturday

Time Magazine Cover for this week’s TIME Magazine

Revelations that at least four Trump aides have been in constant contact with Russian intelligence since 2015 raise the most serious questions, not only about the integrity of the 2016 election, but worries that the President and those around him have been fatally compromised by Putin, and Russia via blackmail and cooperation with Russian designs around the world. 418 more words

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The Good Samaritan Law in India

Good Samaritan Law provides legal assistance to those people who help save road accident victims by reporting the accident to the police or by helping the victim reach to the hospital. 289 more words

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Dr. Hill's Unity

By Kerwin Holmes, Jr.

It is still effectively noted that racism’s primary intent has always been the limitation of behaviors and the ability of people to communicate. 1,604 more words

Society Life

Fake News

Fake news/conspiracy theories have been around for at least as long as the news media has existed. Tabloids may come to mind; those magazines near the checkout claiming celebrity alien abductions, Elvis sightings, and more. 724 more words


Triple talaq debate in India

Islam has two sects – Shia and Sunni. These sects emerged owing to differences in opinions following the death of Prophet Muhammad in 632 AD as to who would lead Islam, which was then a new and a rapidly growing faith. 952 more words

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