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    How India deludes itself that caste discrimination is dead

    In October 2016, a young man walked into a flour mill in Uttarakhand, a state of northern India where the mist-wrapped mountains of the outer Himalayas begin. He was Dalit (Sanskrit for broken, scattered, downtrodden), a relatively recent collective identity claimed by communities across the nation that are considered untouchable in the caste system.

  • 4 days ago
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    AI and robots will take our jobs - but better ones will emerge for us

    The fear that robots will soon take your jobs has a grain of truth to it - however, the future paves the way for more jobs for humans, based in technological innovation. An increasingly popular concern is that robots will eat up labour’s share of income at an accelerating rate, leaving ordinary workers impoverished and unemployed. A common dinner conversation topic in Silicon Valley is universal basic income, and the typical argument advanced for UBI is that we are destined to indefinitely con...

  • 4 days ago
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    For some reason I had a feeling this was gonna happen.

  • 5 days ago
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    U.S. Supreme Court denies Arkansas request to begin executions

    The Unites States Supreme Court early Tuesday rejected the state of Arkansas' request to execute the first prisoner in a tight schedule of eight death sentences before the end of the month. The high court, in a brief ruling with no explanation, said it would not lift the Arkansas Supreme Court's order Monday to stop the executions of two inmates who were to be put to death Monday night.

  • 6 days ago
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    Exclusive: Moto's new entry-level phones, Moto C and Moto C Plus revealed

    Motorola has enjoyed a lot of success at the lower end of the smartphone market, initially with the Moto G and then with the Moto E. This year we’ll be getting an even cheaper entry level product line with the all new C series. The first two devices in that range will be the Moto C and Moto C Plus, and we have renders and 360 videos of both in collaboration with OnLeaks.

  • 10 days ago
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    Japan’s population set to plummet by 40 million in a generation

    Japan’s population is set to plummet from 127 million to 88 million by 2065 - and is projected to drop even further to just 51 million by 2115 if current trends continue. The bleak forecast from the National Institute of Population and Social Security Research places greater pressure on the Japanese government to address its population problem, which has been described by economists as a “demographic time bomb”.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    One San Francisco Politician Is Exploring A Tax On Robots

    With fears about the job-killing effects of automation growing every day, once unthinkable ideas are starting to get an airing. A universal basic income (UBI)–where the government gives everyone enough money to live on–has lots of supporters, especially in Silicon Valley. And now some prominent individuals are calling for a tax on robots. The thinking: If you make robots more expensive, there will be more public funds to help retrain workers (or pay for that basic income)–and the higher co...

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    'Spider-Man: Homecoming': Tom Holland Shares Michael Keaton's Advice

    Spider-Man: Homecoming will be the title character’s first solo film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and will pit the wall crawler against The Vulture. Playing the lead villain will be Michael Keaton, former Batman star, who came to respect young Tom Holland during their time filming to project together. In an interview with The Wrap at WonderCon 2017, Tom Holland explained how he earned a compliment from his co-star for his on-set dedication.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    High-level North Korean defector: 'Desperate' Kim Jong Un would use nukes if threatened

    One of the highest-ranking members of the North Korean regime to defect has seemed to confirm the West's greatest fears — that the Kim regime would use nuclear weapons at the first sign of an imminent threat. In an interview with NBC's Lester Holt, Thae Yong Ho, the former North Korean deputy ambassador to Britain, said Kim Jong Un was "desperate in maintaining his rule by relying on his [development of] nuclear weapons and ICBM," referring to an intercontinental ballistic ...

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Colombia landslides: Scores killed after heavy rain hits south-west

    Landslides have killed at least 112 people in south-west Colombia and left many more injured, says President Juan Manuel Santos. Hours of heavy rains overnight caused rivers to burst their banks, flooding homes with mud in Putumayo province. An unknown number of people are missing. One army officer said the main local hospital was struggling to cope.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Nintendo Switch Sells A Half Million Units In Japan Faster Than The PS4

    The Nintendo Switch is doing very well indeed in North America, breaking launch records and moving over 1.5 million units at last count. Things are going so swimmingly, Nintendo has doubled production of their new console. Not bad! But how are things going in Nintendo’s homeland of Japan? When we last checked in, the Nintendo Switch had sold over 330,000 units in its first two days on the Japanese market. That puts the Switch launch above the releases of both the Wii U and PS4, but below the o...

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    Anger as US internet privacy law scrapped

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  • 3 weeks ago
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    Donald Trump declares 'new age of American energy' as he destroys Obama's climate change legacy 

    US President Donald Trump set out to obliterate his predecessor Barack Obama's legacy on climate change as part of a bid to unleash America's energy potential. Mr Trump last night signed a sweeping executive order slashing measures from the Obama era, a move that was welcomed by the oil and coal industries as a bold step to end regulations that were "choking" the economy. Environmentalists condemned the move, accusing Mr Trump of wanting to "travel back to when smokestac...

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Laptop cabin ban 'ineffective' says IATA

    The US and UK ban on laptops in cabin baggage on certain flights will not be effective as a security measure, industry body IATA has said. In a strongly-worded speech, IATA chief executive Alexandre de Juniac said the ban also creates "commercial distortions". The US ban was brought in as an anti-terrorist precaution. It covers inbound flights on airlines operating out of 10 airports in the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Isis will be defeated in Iraq 'within weeks', says country's Prime Minister

    Isis will be defeated in Iraq “within weeks”, according to the country's prime minister, Haider al-Abadi. Insisting they would “definitely” be driven from the country, Mr Abadi made the comments as his country's armed forces continue their campaign to retake the northern city of Mosul from the terrorist group. The city is Isis’ last remaining stronghold in the country. However, Mr Abadi admitted the group, which is also known as Daesh, will continue to maintain strongholds in Syria.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    One of the most famous global warming scientists says climate change is becoming more extreme

    One of the scientists who demonstrated conclusively that global warming was an unnatural event with the famous ‘hockey stick’ graph is now warning that giant jetstreams which circle the planet are being altered by climate change. Professor Michael Mann said extreme weather events – like the “unprecedented" drought in California last year, the flooding in Pakistan in 2010 and the heatwave in Europe in 2003 – were happening more often than they should do, even taking the warming cli...