· German virus ‘guru’ in crosshairs of lockdown critics →
But his high profile and frequent media appearances have also made him a lightning rod for a noisy minority that is angry about social distancing rules they see as too restrictive and even authoritarian.
· The Minnesota paradox: how race divides prosperous Minneapolis →
Factor in the black and ethnic minority experience and the state is suddenly not such a good place to live.
· Donald Trump's withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan is an unavoidable recognition of failure →
Most of the dead are reported to be Shia Muslims belonging to Hazara ethnic minority who have long been a target of the fundamentalist Sunni Isis.
The New York Times
· Student Activist in Australia Is Suspended After China Protests →
Another allegation states that Mr. Pavlou published a photograph in a Facebook post of the university’s vice chancellor, Peter Hoj, standing at a lectern in front of the Confucius Institute for a fake event about why Uighurs “must be exterminated” — a reference to the minority Muslim population that the Chinese government has been detaining in the Xinjiang region.
· The problem with 'shielding' people from coronavirus? It's almost impossible →
Earlier this month, the world’s largest patient study by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Oxford University found that key factors relating to coronavirus deaths included uncontrolled diabetes, severe asthma, obesity, poverty and ethnic minority status.
The New York Times
· Design Fiction: Real Solutions, Unreal Problems →
Films like “Blade Runner” or “Minority Report,” for example, have long been admired for their meticulous extrapolation of technology into near-future worlds.
· Bulgaria to lift travel ban on Australian convicted of murder →
He was serving in the British army at the time of the offence and has said he acted in self-defence and was trying to protect minority Roma being attacked by the two Bulgarians.
· SC issues notice to Tata Sons on cross-appeal of Mistry group firm against NCLAT order →
According to the petition, the Mistry group firm has sought remedies for many anomalies in the NCLAT order, including about not looking at alleged oppression of minority shareholders as well as converting Tata Sons into a private limited company as a post-facto move.
· The Conspiracy Theories That Fueled the Civil War →
In the United States, where slaves remained a minority of southern state populations, violent uprisings were more limited, but still occurred: Individual slaves lashed out; groups of fugitives fought off slave catchers; and, every so often, an organized rebellion was planned.
· Limited impact on Vedanta operations due to coronavirus lockdown: Crisil →
At the current offer price of Rs 87.25 per share, the consideration would be Rs 16,173 crore to purchase the 49.86 per cent shareholding of minority investors.