The Flint Michigan water crisis – corporate criminality and environmental pollution

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Rupen Savoulian

The emerging details of the terrible water crisis afflicting the residents of Flint, Michigan state, indicate not only the enormously adverse impacts of this case of environmental pollution, it also reveals criminal extent to which the state-corporate authorities have tried to cover up and downplay the detrimental effects of the contaminated water on the community.

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Bangladesh hangs Islamist party chief convicted of 1971 war crimes

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Sheuli Akter

Bangladesh has executed the largest Islamist party chief for committing crimes against humanity during the country’s liberation in 1971.

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The importance of sketches

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Valentina Viskovic

Sketch, the ability to express actions, space and time throughout a single drawing. One of the first steps in the creative process that carries a multitude of unknowns that needs to be developed, the foundation from which everything else arises.

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Why MBA is better than CA

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Ayushi Gupta

When it comes to career options there are two wide choices: MBA, Master of Business Administration and CA, Chartered Accountant, between which many students get confused.

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