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Monthly Archives: November 2010
This is from CNN: The co-pilot of an Air India Express 737 sent the jetliner into a terrifying 7,000-foot plunge in May when he accidentally hit the control column while adjusting his seat, investigators report. According to the report from … Continue reading
From the NY Times: The campaign, labeled “Take Back Yoga,” does not ask yoga devotees to become Hindu, or instructors to teach more about Hinduism. The small but increasingly influential group behind it, the Hindu American Foundation, suggests only that … Continue reading
“A companion to the forgotten”
Today’s WTF story is from the The Guardian: An Indian village has banned unmarried women from using mobile phones for fear they will arrange forbidden marriages that are often punished by death, a local official said today. The Lank village … Continue reading
MSNBC has this story about the proliferation of rats in Mumbai and the people who catch rats for a living. The competition for rat catcher jobs in Mumbai is stiff. Only men aged 18 to 30 need apply. They must … Continue reading
Financial Times is reporting that Beatles will be available on iTunes tomorrow.
Foreign Policy has this nice photo essay about the mining industry in Jharkand.
Time magazine has announced its list of Best Inventions of 2010.