Devjyot Ghoshal , Quartz Assam's prized tea industry has turned into a veritable death trap for RealClearWorld, 1 month ago
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Nagada, India A wave of death swept through Nagada this summer. By most accounts, 19 children died in a period of three months in this village in a forgotten corner of Odisha's Jajpur district. That's one death almost every five days. Deso ...Quartz, 3 weeks ago
On the days when it is calm, the Brahmaputra resembles an impossibly wide silvery sheet of water, rippling mile after mile through the northeast Indian state of Assam. But when it rages, the world's fourth-largest river by volume of discharge, is a ...Quartz, 1 month ago
Good morning, Quartz readers. Last month, Orlando; last week, Dallas; this week, Nice. Acts of mass murder by lone attackers make for compelling drama and are particularly terrifying in their unpredictability—any of us, anywhere, could be a ...Quartz, 2 months ago
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