The first personal summit between Presidents Joe Biden and Xi Jinping was not expected to yield any breakthroughs, and it did not. But it may have just managed to bring down the temperatures that were climbing on the back of a string of tensions and rhetoric. That the two powers spoke is the achievement.
India’s cadaver donation gets a hefty addition after sunset
Allowing post-dawn autopsy will be a much-needed addition to India’s cadaver donation program. The wait would often make organs unprofitable. The convention dates back to a time when electricity was not available. The standard was long past its sell-by date in today’s era of cutting-edge artificial lighting.
India’s first openly gay HC judge shows a shift in mindset. Quickly notify the appointment of Saurabh Kirpal
The college’s recommendation to appoint Saurabh Kirpal as a judge of the Delhi Supreme Court has come after a long, unnecessary delay. Kirpal becomes India’s first openly gay HC judge, signaling a major shift in mindset. Concern about his partner was outside the scope of the assignment. The government must report his appointment quickly.
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