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banking and finance
India suffered a massive debit card data breach because no one connected the dots
Several bodies set up by the government and financial sector to anticipate and tackle fraud failed to notice anything out of the ordinary.
'Are you happy we're married?' What do you do when war is the reason you have to marry a stranger?
An excerpt from an intense, absorbing debut novel from Sri Lanka.
Islam has no conflict with a uniform civil code that provides justice, equality and dignity for all
The very fact that women aren’t given a representative voice in the Muslim Personal Law makes the AIMPLB unqualified to speak on behalf of Muslim women.
Sound the alarm: India is failing the 'End-TB' strategy on all counts
Most worrying is the low rate of decline in TB incidence, which has remained static at 1.5% between 2014 and 2015. This low decline rate needs to be scaled up.
When a chief minister facilitates extortion in the name of public sentiment
Mumbai has a long history of paying out 'hafta'.
How India can learn to tackle climate change from its indigenous communities
Phrang Roy, a Khasi biodiversity activist, says it is important to weigh science and indigenous knowledge equally and take the best from both worlds.
In China, being a bridesmaid can be so dangerous that brides have started hiring professionals
Excessive drinking, the risk of sexual assault... bridesmaids have a dangerous job in the country.
Using monkeys for research is justified – it gives us treatments that would otherwise be impossible
Without research on primates, we wouldn't be able to understand the human brain – or repair it.