What Happens When Covid-19 Meets Toxic Air? India Is About to Find Out (Thu, 15 Oct 2020)
Every fall, air pollution spikes in India. Doctors worry what it will mean for coronavirus patients with breathing problems.
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What if Local and Diverse Is Better Than Networked and Global? (Fri, 09 Oct 2020)
Helena Norberg-Hodge has been arguing for localism since the 1970s, but the pandemic is making the Australian activist-scholar’s ideas more relevant than ever.
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‘Rural Surge’ Propels India Toward More Covid-19 Infections Than U.S. (Thu, 08 Oct 2020)
The contagion is hitting towns and villages where resources are scant and people are skeptical of lockdown efforts. If unchecked, Indian infections could exceed those in the United States.
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New Delhi Introduces Campaign to Curb Air Pollution Ahead of Winter (Mon, 05 Oct 2020)
In winter, India’s capital is regularly covered in toxic haze. Officials warned that filthy air could make the coronavirus pandemic more dangerous.
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You’re Telling Me! (Fri, 02 Oct 2020)
Gather round and listen up to Sam Ezersky’s puzzle.
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Indian Court Acquits Hindu Leaders of Demolishing Historic Mosque (Wed, 30 Sep 2020)
The 1992 destruction of the Babri Mosque in Ayodhya by Hindu nationalists sparked sectarian violence in a country where Muslims feel increasingly oppressed.
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Huge Study of Coronavirus Cases in India Offers Some Surprises to Scientists (Wed, 30 Sep 2020)
The rate of death went down in patients over 65. Researchers also found that children of all ages became infected and spread the virus to others.
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Amnesty International Shutters Offices in India, Citing Government Attacks (Tue, 29 Sep 2020)
The organization’s premises have been raided and its bank accounts frozen. The actions, it says, are reprisals for criticizing the country’s human rights record.
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Futures in Peril: The Rise of Child Labor in the Pandemic (Sun, 27 Sep 2020)
With schools closed and families desperate for income, millions of children are being forced into work that is often dangerous, arduous and illegal.
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Babar Qadri, Champion for Kashmir, Is Killed as Violence Mounts (Fri, 25 Sep 2020)
The attorney won fame as a human rights advocate and a vocal defender of his homeland in the Indian media. His killer remains unidentified.
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