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Corrupting ‘brown envelopes’ pollute everything they touch. And they mutate. Their dynamics vary from one beat to another, from the lower cadre to the high echelon of a news organization.
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In the Kingdom of Bhutan, non-Buddhists have the right to proclaim their faith but must not claim religious superiority to seek conversions.
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En un mundo secularizado y relativista, es políticamente incorrecto decir que lo normal es la heterosexualidad y que el matrimonio debe ser entre un hombre y una mujer.
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Public policy in Bhutan rejects 'materialistic' development paradigms in favor of a focus on spiritual wellbeing.
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The "culture of silence" journalists so often refer to is really a "conspiracy of silence", preventing a known problem from being publicly acknowledged.
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The Philippine press mourns the passing of Mr. Jose L. Pavia, one of the pillars of Philippine journalism and a member of The Media Project's global community.
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Illegal abortion of female fetuses, prevalent among educated and urban Indians, has pushed India's child sex ratio to its lowest point since the country's independence.
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In the secrecy of Cameroon's homes, mothers are torturing their daughters with grinding stones and even hammers heated over hot coals in hopes of delaying the onset of womanhood.
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Overnight, bishop Raphael Cheenath went from planning his retirement to leading a community devastated by a bloody pogrom that lasted weeks.
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For the 19th time, the Indian government adjourned the affirmative-action case that would favor the country's 17 million "low-caste" Christians.
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