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From Panama Papers to impeachments: 2016 rocked by corruption scandals

21 Dec 2016 at 10:45<p>Copy text Save PDF Email Print text<p>PANAMA CITY - From the Panama Papers to the impeachments of the presidents of Brazil and South …

Where India's Cash War Went Wrong

As India continues its scorched-earth campaign against cash, the question baffling many analysts is why a country so unfamiliar with digital payments …

Pakistan to lift ban on Indian movies – a positive move

Pakistani cinema owners are set to resume the screening of Indian films after a two-month self-imposed ban linked to the Kashmir conflict. Can …

Is Mohanlalganj the best place to be a woman politician in India?

<b>Mohanlalganj in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh has elected more women to represent them in parliamentary elections than any other constituency in the history of independent India. BBC Hindi's Divya Arya went there to find out if it is really the best place to be a woman politician in India.</b><p>To …

India

What are the Panama Papers? A guide to history's biggest data leak

What is Mossack Fonseca, how big is it, and who uses offshore firms? Key questions about one of the biggest ever data leaks<p>Kubrick to Cowell: Panama Papers expose offshore dealings of the stars How the world’s rich and famous hide their money offshore All the Panama Papers revelations so far<p>The …

Corruption

Decoding this script could crack the mystery of the Indus valley civilization

A mysterious script could help solve the mysteries of one of humanity's oldest civilizations.<p>The Indus River Valley civilization site is as important to archaeologists as ancient Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt. Covering an 500,000 square mile region along the Indus River and its tributaries in …

Health myths, misconceptions

Reuters<p>We all have them — habits we think are healthy because we heard them somewhere on the news or from a health-conscious friend. And no matter how much we hate them, we just keep doing them because we think they're good for us.<p>Take using BMI to tell whether you're a healthy weight. Is it really …

Nutrition