Even as Sabarimala in Kerala continues to simmer over the Supreme Court verdict that allowed women of all ages to enter the Lord Ayyappa shrine, women law students have filed a plea with the Delhi…
The final report of the National Tiger Conservation Authority’s (NTCA) fact-finding committee has raised questions over the way ‘man-eater’ tigress Avni was killed in Maharashtra last month.
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Over the summer, Microsoft President Brad Smith called for governments to take a closer look at how facial detection technology is being implemented across the globe. This week, he returned with a similar message — only this time the executive is calling out fellow technologies to help address myriad issues
The charity blames its decision on “sustained attacks” on rescue efforts by European nations.
Parisian landmarks will close on Saturday amid fears of further violence from “yellow vest” protests.
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The administration plans to open protected lands for drilling and lift curbs on carbon emissions.
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