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ASICS World Ekiden 2020: Gear Up for a Virtual Marathon

Inspired by the Japanese running culture, runners of all abilities across the globe will work together to complete a combined virtual marathon called ASICS...

Bus Drivers Likely to Let White Riders Ride for Free: Study

In yet another strong evidence of racial bias in our society, a new paper in The Economic Journal has found that bus drivers are...

This Day, That Year: Hima Das Won 400m Gold Under-20 World Championship

Star sprinter Hima Das became a household name on July 12, 2018 when she won the 400m gold at the Under-20 IAAF World Championships...

Race, Gender and Age Affect Facial Recognition Technology: Study

A study by a U.S. agency has found that facial recognition technology often performs unevenly based on a person’s race, gender or age. But the...

Race Plays No Role in Language Skills Children Later Develop

Researchers have discovered that race plays no role in the amount and quality of words mothers use with their children or with the language...

Country House: First Winner Disqualified For Interference in The Kentucky Derby Race’s 145-Year History

Maximum Security led all the way in the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, only to become the first winner disqualified for interference in the race's...

Race as a tool to keep people Divided: Will Science break the Shackles?

Chicago: Last week I along with my family went to see an exhibit on Race that is being currently held at Chicago History Museum until...

Intermarriage in US increases by fivefold in 50 years: 1 in 6 Newlyweds in US married to someone of a different race or ethnicity...

Washington, May 21, 2017: One in six newlyweds in the US were married to someone of a different race or ethnicity in 2015, a...

Religious acceptance is a thing of past, can India replenish it?

The fact can’t be ignored that today India is one of the fastest growing democracies in the world but it has failed to create...

Locating Desi: A Survey to establish Identity

By Shubhi Mangla Kerishma Panigrahi, a student of the New York University is pursuing studies in issues related to religion, race, racial subject formation mainly...

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1 in 3 Indian Call Centres to Permanently Switch to Work From Home

Signalling the future of work in the pandemic times, nearly one in three call centres (27 per cent) in India will switch permanently to...

Here’s How You Can Improve Both Physical and Cognitive Health

Daily exercise, along with nutrient-enriched beverages, can do wonder with improving both physical and cognitive health, researchers have discovered. While exercise alone improved strength and...

Microsoft Set to Release New AI-Based Noise Suppression Tool in Teams

As more and more people work from home and at times have no control over jarring sounds in the background, Microsoft is set to...

Why President Trump and PM Modi are so Fiercely Opposed by the Left and Islamists

By Maria Wirth “Í prefer Trump to Hillary”, I told a German friend in the run up to the US elections in 2016. There was...