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The Economist
Our Q&A on Narendra Modi's India will be starting in a few minutes. Join the discussion now econ.st/1ev7NS1 pic.twitter.com/Qs6bDz33Nn
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Our Q&A on India is due to begin shortly. Join our Asia correspondent from 10am BST econ.st/1FH7hJC pic.twitter.com/BoeNZ4d4FF
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Who said the end of Moore's law would be the end of cheap chips? econ.st/1FigHZK pic.twitter.com/9QbAUX9b9G
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Islamic state has made some gains, but is far from winning econ.st/1eBPrif pic.twitter.com/tXDQptcsuY
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Dailychart: How FIFA spends and makes its money econ.st/1HQpec4 pic.twitter.com/cEHEsvvWyr
South Korea is stemming the flow of infants for international adoption. But at a cost econ.st/1QeydTF pic.twitter.com/QeeTKt2sBm
The long-term consequences of China’s coming stockmarket correction are the ones to fear econ.st/1eBDol8 pic.twitter.com/RJbsi80x7S
The Main Chamber of Gaping Gill, near Ingleton in North Yorkshire, is the largest underground cavern in Britain that is naturally open to the surface. It is almost 100m from the surface; the main chamber is 145m long, 25m wide and 35m high. A visit costs £15 but opportunities for members of the publ
See how extraordinarily successful the Indian minority has become in America econ.st/1cmxZwp pic.twitter.com/phrZasc2RG
FIFA has become a global symbol of pervasive corruption. Could this be a turning-point? econ.st/1QepPnj pic.twitter.com/EeLrJvO6dI
The once-close relationship between the Tories and Britain’s law-enforcers has soured econ.st/1ev53E9 pic.twitter.com/oTz0JnhAw1
Will the historic #MarRef in Ireland have any effect on what the Supreme Court decides? econ.st/1LJxZDs pic.twitter.com/aO2KrGpzF9
The wolves of Yellowstone provide some surprising survival lessons econ.st/1ezcJ8A pic.twitter.com/AetpdPNSYu
What is it that the jihadists of #IslamicState see in the symbolic stones of #Palmyra? econ.st/1QcS9Gt pic.twitter.com/Kjx2Rbe8w7
Zachary Leader on the early strugges, burgeoning talents and first achievements of Saul Bellow econ.st/1HPacDD pic.twitter.com/uP2wmHAVfL
Will LA's new minimum wage be good for workers? The evidence is mixed @willwilkinson econ.st/1eAOwPh pic.twitter.com/651XfcvI7o
Few museumgoers forget an artwork by Tino Sehgal econ.st/1eonZ7u pic.twitter.com/TjZceHAbPF
Last year, we predicted the demise of the death penalty. Nebraska has now abolished it econ.st/1ckQQYR pic.twitter.com/MMOJ39P9DO
Coping with adversity: meet the robot that learns how to deal with injury econ.st/1KrwHfe pic.twitter.com/kW8MB1U1wj
"Let’s face it, the heyday of management gurus is over forever": Letters to the editor econ.st/1cZn0JU pic.twitter.com/6BhE23Aady