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Why the world wants old people to 'hurry up and die'
World

Why the world wants old people to 'hurry up and die'

A Japanese Minister whipped up a storm recently by wishing that the old and the unwell would "hurry up and die" in order to save expenses on their life-support. That sentiment is evidently shared In parts of India, where a crude form of euthanasia is practised.

Why demanding your FB password is a rights violation
Tech

Why demanding your FB password is a rights violation

There are no circumstances in which an employer should be allowed to go rummaging around in an employee or job candidates’ private social media profiles.

Why demanding your FB password is a rights violation
News & Analysis

Why demanding your FB password is a rights violation

There are no circumstances in which an employer should be allowed to go rummaging around in an employee or job candidates' private social media profiles.

Apple head clears air over working conditions in factories
News & Analysis

Apple head clears air over working conditions in factories

Harsh working conditions in their supply chain factories is the latest topic to keep Apple in the news, lately, of course, ...

Google India implicated in unethical behaviour
Tech

Google India implicated in unethical behaviour

Google India, or a subcontractor using their network, has been caught misrepresenting Google’s relationship with a Kenyan business directory and, in a separate case, vandalising an open source map.

Google India implicated in unethical behaviour
News & Analysis

Google India implicated in unethical behaviour

Google India, or a subcontractor using their network, has been caught misrepresenting Google's relationship with a Kenyan business directory and, in a separate case, vandalising an open source map.

China wonders if, in the rush of life, it has lost its soul
World

China wonders if, in the rush of life, it has lost its soul

A shocking video of a two-year-old girl who lay bleeding on the roadside after being run over has stirred the conscience of Chinese people - and led them to wonder where their Good Samaritans have gone...

Not Again: Voluntary Disclosure schemes to bring back black money?
Business

Not Again: Voluntary Disclosure schemes to bring back black money?

The timing of this scheme is extremely interesting and suggests the government, already mauled by corporate governance and corruption scandals, is feeling intense pressure to be seen as doing something to handle the issue.

Olympics organisers have forgotten what they stand for
World

Olympics organisers have forgotten what they stand for

When the money is easy, forget the conscience, sports organisers seem to say.

What if Osama had been captured, not killed?
World

What if Osama had been captured, not killed?

Oh, the agony of keeping a terrorist alive! Just ask us: we've spent crores on securing justice for Ajmal Kasab...