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  • Nepalese soldiers clear the rubble at the damaged Swayambunath Temple in Kathmandu, following a 7.8-magnitude earthquake that struck the Himalayan nation on April 25
    Nepal quake-ravaged temple faces threat from looters AFP - Mon, 4 May, 2015

    Surrounded by ochre rubble, Pannakaji beds down on a mattress wedged between Buddha statues at Kathmandu's "Monkey Temple", hoping to deter looters from the quake-ravaged … More »Nepal quake-ravaged temple faces threat from looters

    Nepalese soldiers clear the rubble at the damaged Swayambunath Temple in Kathmandu, following a 7.8-magnitude earthquake that struck the Himalayan nation on April 25

    Surrounded by ochre rubble, Pannakaji beds down on a mattress wedged between Buddha statues at Kathmandu's "Monkey Temple", hoping to deter looters from the quake-ravaged site where his ancestors have served as priests for 1,600 years. The hilltop Swayambunath Temple complex, one of Nepal's oldest and most sacred religious …

  • Opening Alert: Don Taco Steps in to Seduce Downtown Montreal
    Opening Alert: Don Taco Steps in to Seduce Downtown Montreal @ Eater Montreal - Fri, 27 Mar, 2015

    When tacos replace burgers in Montreal, take note. This is now the case at 1855 Sainte-Catherine Ouest, corner Saint-Marc, where newcomer Don Taco has helped cement … More »Opening Alert: Don Taco Steps in to Seduce Downtown Montreal

    Opening Alert: Don Taco Steps in to Seduce Downtown Montreal

    When tacos replace burgers in Montreal, take note. This is now the case at 1855 Sainte-Catherine Ouest, corner Saint-Marc, where newcomer Don Taco has helped cement the reign of the taqueria in 2015. The vendor of tacos, burritos and extras like sopa de tortilla, guacamole and nachos is from principal Bijan Ahmadi. Don …

  • Labourers work at a rice mill on the outskirts of Agartala
    Rice export to Iran may be casualties of nuclear deal Reuters - Wed, 27 Nov, 2013

    India's near-monopoly in rice and soymeal exports to Iran could break following Tehran's nuclear deal with the West which is expected to pave the way for rival suppliers … More »Rice export to Iran may be casualties of nuclear deal

    Labourers work at a rice mill on the outskirts of Agartala

    India's near-monopoly in rice and soymeal exports to Iran could break following Tehran's nuclear deal with the West which is expected to pave the way for rival suppliers to boost their trading with the oil-rich country. The landmark deal struck between the Islamic Republic and six world powers on Sunday eases some of the …

  • Rains pare India soymeal export forecast by 1 mln tonnes - traders Reuters - Thu, 31 Oct, 2013

    * High protein soymeal to hit spot markets by mid-November NEW DELHI, Oct 31 (Reuters) - India's soymeal exports may be limited to 4 million tonnes in 2013/14, around … More »Rains pare India soymeal export forecast by 1 mln tonnes - traders

    * High protein soymeal to hit spot markets by mid-November NEW DELHI, Oct 31 (Reuters) - India's soymeal exports may be limited to 4 million tonnes in 2013/14, around a million tonnes lower than early forecasts, as rains during the harvest damaged the oilseed crop in the main growing areas, traders and industry officials …

  • India's 2013 soybean output seen around 13 mln T -trade Reuters - Sat, 28 Sep, 2013

    NEW DELHI, Sept 28 (Reuters) - India's soybean output could be 2.4 percent up on last year at 12.98 million tonnes, a top trade body said on Saturday, adding its voice … More »India's 2013 soybean output seen around 13 mln T -trade

    NEW DELHI, Sept 28 (Reuters) - India's soybean output could be 2.4 percent up on last year at 12.98 million tonnes, a top trade body said on Saturday, adding its voice to the recent debate over the size ...

  • How to Fix America's Harmful Hacking Laws LiveScience.com - Fri, 18 Jan, 2013

    Many technology-law experts feel there's too much leeway for prosecutors under the 1986 Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, allowing prosecutors to rack up serious charges for what may seem like minor offenses to outsiders.

  • And now the curious case of 25 year-old Aaron Swartz.

  • On Copyright, Politicians Just Don't Understand The Mark News - Tue, 24 Apr, 2012

    Widespread protests in support of a free internet began in 2000, in response to the shutdown of Napster, a music-focused file-sharing service that was accused of copyright infringement. Since that time, such protests have been growing – and growing significantly – with every iteration.

  • Video game nation: Why so many play Christian Science Monitor - Sun, 18 Mar, 2012

    We see it.

  • More than 30,000 Germans turn out against anti-piracy treaty ACTA Christian Science Monitor - Mon, 13 Feb, 2012

    Tens of thousands of Germans have protested against ACTA, a controversial international anti-piracy agreement that has embroiled Germany's politicians in a heated debate on whether the treaty is a useful tool to protect intellectual property or an infringement of personal freedom. 

  • Europe's Internet revolt: protesters see threats in antipiracy treaty Christian Science Monitor - Sat, 11 Feb, 2012

    Despite freezing conditions across much of the Continent, thousands are expected to the streets of European cities today – but the protests aren't about austerity measures, bailouts, or the Middle East. They are about an obscure international copyright agreement that protesters say threatens free speech online and the future …

  • Wednesday, January 18, 2012 marked an intriguing confluence of events. No, it’s not some sort of Mayan end-of-the-world situation, but it is the day on which Wikipedia, Google and a number of other big websites posted the Stop Online Piracy Act.

  • If feds can bust Megaupload, why bother with anti-piracy bills? Christian Science Monitor - Sat, 21 Jan, 2012

    It was almost as if the thrums of digital artillery could be felt across millions of keyboards.

  • Could the Internet Ever Be Destroyed? LiveScience.com - Fri, 20 Jan, 2012

    The raging battle over SOPA and PIPA, the proposed anti-piracy laws, is looking more and more likely to end in favor of Internet freedom — but it won't be the last battle of its kind. Although, ethereal as it is, the Internet seems destined to survive in some form or another, experts warn that there are many threats to …

  • In the face of an Internet rebellion, both senators and members of the House of Representatives are backing away from two anti-piracy bills now making their way through Congress. 

 
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