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Anand Srivastava

Tech professional and social activist

Anand Srivastava is a budding professional, leading an entrepreneurial firm cinemabox and Slither.io with his technical skills. He was associated with several leading companies, offering innovative takeaways for the prospective clients. Anand Srivastava is an Electronics graduate with a decade long experience backing up his technical skills. He specializes in providing reliable technical options besides taking care of the gender based issues as a social activist. He holds a MS Degree, in addition to an MBA from a renowned university. He also blogs about Hostgator Coupon and playbox

The ‘Charlie Hebdo' Conundrum

On the anniversary of the attack that killed most of the staff in its Paris office, French satirical magazine <em>Charlie Hebdo</em>published a controversial special edition featuring on its cover a sketch of a bearded, bloodstained God-like feature in sandals with a Kalashnikov slung over his shoulder, accompanied by the headline, "One year on: the killer is still at large". The Vatican has raised strong objections to the depiction, triggering yet another debate on the magazine's brand of satire.
08/01/2016 5:22 PM IST
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Why Indians Are Adopting More Girls Than Boys

Here's a surprise: In a country where women have long been devalued, often with fatal results, it turns out that girls are preferred over boys among parents seeking to adopt a child. This surprising revelation comes to light in adoption data spanning the past three years, and indicates a growing change in the mindset of Indians.
22/12/2015 8:20 AM IST
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Why Indians Are Adopting More Girls Than Boys

Here's a surprise: In a country where women have long been devalued, often with fatal results, it turns out that girls are preferred over boys among parents seeking to adopt a child. This surprising revelation comes to light in adoption data spanning the past three years, and indicates a growing change in the mindset of Indians.
22/12/2015 8:20 AM IST