One-third of young workers would trade online privacy at work for job security

A third of young people would be happy for their employer to have access to their social media profiles in return for job security, according to a report that claims such personal data monitoring will become more commonplace in workplaces.

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Don't worry: Story about North Koreans finding unicorn lair just a mistranslation

Agency said it reconfirmed the lair of one of the unicorns ridden by the ancient King Tongmyong but the story is not true

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Why India is the worst place for women in the G20

In an ashram perched high on a hill above the noisy city of Guwahati in north-east India is a small exhibit commemorating the life of India's most famous son. Alongside an uncomfortable-looking divan where Mahatma Gandhi once slept is a display reminding visitors of something the man himself said in 1921: "Of all the evils for which man has made himself responsible, none is so degrading, so shocking or so brutal as his abuse of the better half of humanity; the female sex (not the weaker sex)."

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Indian media footage of girl being sexually assaulted sparks outrage

Indians have reacted with anger and disgust over video footage of a young woman being sexually assaulted by a laughing mob of more than a dozen men in a busy street outside a bar in north-east India.

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Indian police are still using 'truth serum'

It is the sort of scene that belongs in a film noir, not a 21st-century democracy: an uncooperative suspect being injected with a dose of "truth serum" in an attempt to elicit a confession. But some detectives in India still swear by so-called narcoanalysis despite India's highest court ruling that it was was not only unreliable but also "cruel, inhuman and degrading".

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