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India's Supreme Court has struck down a controversial law which allowed police to arrest people for comments on social networks and other internet sites.
Specialist higher education institution Writtle College has been granted the power to award its own degrees.
Should a doctor of philosophy be considered a .doctor?
For two towns in northern India, melting glaciers have had very different impacts ...
The University of Phoenix probably wishes the students were just cutting class. But many aren't even enrolled anymore.
The Chinese government has declared the Internet to be the new battlefield in its fight against "pornography and unlawful information."
Vietnamese are often wary of talking about politics for fear of running afoul of their communist government - but the garden gloves came off in a fight over Hanoi's beloved trees.
A six-month-old Facebook post about the conflict in Gaza, receiving attention only recently, has spurred a debate over hate speech at Connecticut College that has some students calling on the administration to condemn racist remarks.
By now you’ve probably heard the startling statistic that 40 percent of the food produced in America gets wasted.