Tuesday, June 14 2022

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While we strongly believe in the equity of our policies and practices, after nearly five years of litigation, both sides agreed that resolution of the matter, without any admission or findings, was in the best interest of everyone. We’re very pleased to reach this agreement.

That was the convoluted bit of legalese used by Google to acknowledge that it paid out $118 million to settle a class action lawsuit—which accused the company of systematically underpaying women. The settlement covers about 15,500 women employed in California by Google in 236 different job titles since September 14, 2013. 


An AMA with Ghazala Wahab! We are delighted to announce a conversation with the author of ‘Born a Muslim: Some Truths About Islam in India’—which is a briliiant and nuanced exploration of what it means to be a Muslim in India today. Ghazala is also the co-founder of the national security and aerospace magazine FORCE—where she writes on terrorism, Jammu and Kashmir and all forms of extremism, left and right. So get ready to ask her your questions this Saturday, June 18, 2022 at 5:30pm. Be sure to sign up for your slot here


PS: If you want to know more about Ghazala’s writing, check out the review of her book in The Hindu and Business Standard, interview in The Telegraph—and her take on the hijab row in Mint.

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Big Story

The winner of the great Indian presidential sweepstakes is…

The TLDR: We tend to obsess over parliamentary and state elections—but pay very little attention to how the president of our country is selected. The process is convoluted—involving serious math—and often marked by great political drama. So get the popcorn ready for the presidential election slated for July 18.

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In today’s edition

Headlines That Matter

  • Markets are sinking everywhere
  • The Indian Premier League is making big money
  • Baby steps toward gun law reform 
  • Nupur Sharma protests: The latest update
  • The Russian invasion: A turning tide
  • Covid cases rise in India
  • A new Twitter system to report abuse
  • NASA’s moon landing program is a mess


Sanity Break

  • The baseball team Savannah Bananas and their on-field insanity


A list of intriguing things

  • The most fun way to play pool: Footpool or Snookball
  • Fish leather—an innovative way to save native reef fish
  • A project to help you understand your own emotions
  • The Two Hands of Fatimah


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