China says remnants of Long March rocket landed in Indian Ocean – Yahoo Finance

BloombergColonial Is Just the Latest Energy Asset Hit by Cyber-Attack(Bloomberg) -- A cyber-attack has never taken down a U.S. fuel pipeline quite as big as the Colonial Pipeline. It’s the nation’s largest gasoline, diesel and jet fuel system and a critical source of fuel supply for the U.S.…

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Strengthened Civil Society Protects and Promotes Women’s Rights – The Daily Star

Dr Max Stille, Executive Director, NETZ There are various factors contributing to this increase in domestic violence and child marriage; one of them being the loss of income in most families which has caused a state of uncertainty for the families. For all latest news, follow The Daily…

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Six from MIT named 2021 Knight-Hennessy Scholars – India Education Diary

Six MIT affiliates have been selected for the newest cohort of the prestigious Knight-Hennessy Scholars program. Kofi Blake, Orisa Coombs, Jierui Fang ’20, Max Kessler ’20, Claire Lazar Reich ’17, and Kyle Swanson ’18, MEng ’19 will begin graduate studies at Stanford University this fall. Founded in 2018,…

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Parsons and the Special Olympics Working to Create Sustainable Change in Inclusive Apparel – WWD

Parsons is continuing in the push for more inclusive apparel. As part of its ongoing partnership with the Special Olympics, The New School’s Parsons School of Design showcased some of the creations students have designed for the athletes as part of the “Special Olympics x Parsons School of…

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The Fascinating Memoir of a “Citizen Pilgrim”: Q&A with Richard Falk – – CounterPunch

Image Source: Cover art for the book Public Intellectual: The Life of a Citizen Pilgrim Richard Falk, the well-known international relations scholar, taught at Princeton University for four decades. Starting in 2002 he has taught Global and International Studies at UC Santa Barbara. Falk is also a chair for the Nuclear Age…