Archive for the ‘Felt bad’ Category

Arsenic Poisoning in Bangladesh

According to a recent study published in Lancet, Up to 77 million people in Bangladesh have been exposed to toxic levels of arsenic from drinking water in recent decades. According to World Health Organization, exposure was “the largest mass poisoning of a population in history”. 90 % of the population in Bangladesh uses groundwater as […]

Ethnic violence in Kyrgyzstan

Ethnic clashes broke out on10th June in southern major city of Osh (Kyrgyzstan) and later spread to the region of Jalalabad. The interim government has declared a state of emergency and deployed troops. Armed troops are trying to separate the ethnic Uzbeks from the Kyrgyz communities to prevent further clashes. The large number of Uzbeks […]

Ethical concern over Ambush marketing during FIFA world cup

Organizing any event like FIFA world cup is very expensive, which is possible only because of the official sponsors. Organizers assure official sponsors to provide the proper exposure during the event.  Ambush marketing is a marketing technique to associate a company, product, or service with a particular event, or to attract the attention of people […]

A police officer caught punching a jaywalker

A police Officer, Ian Walsh, caught punching a jaywalker in Seattle, Washington. It all started when the cop stopped a man for jaywalking. According to police, while interacting with the man, Walsh observed four women jaywalking at the same location and ordered them to step over to his cruiser. Whole incident was caught on a […]

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