from The Great Debate:

A misconception that could scuttle nuclear talks with Iran

By Jim Walsh and Aron Bernstein
November 24, 2014

EU envoy Ashton, Britain's Foreign Secretary Hammond and Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif sit at a table during talks in Vienna

It is down to the final week in the nuclear negotiations with Iran. Still, gaps remain. The most important differences relate to the size of Iran’s uranium-enrichment program.

from Ritsuko Ando:

South Korea holds winning hand as Japan gambling bill dies

November 23, 2014

TOKYO/SEOUL, Nov 24 (Reuters) - South Korea looks like the
consolation prize as Japan's $15 billion casino dream fades, a
setback for companies such as Las Vegas Sands Corp that
envisioned a new gaming hub rivalling Las Vegas in 2020.

from The Great Debate:

The scientific explanation of why people kill each other over TVs on Black Friday

By Laurence Ashworth
November 23, 2014

Shoppers rush for televisions at a Target store in Chicago

What causes people to kick, shove and even stab each other on Black Friday?

Each year there are reports of violence during the Black Friday sales. Last year, in Philadelphia – the City of Brotherly Love, no less – two families fought until one of the women ended matters with a stun gun. In a New Jersey Walmart, a belligerent shopper had to be pepper sprayed by police. And in Virginia, one man slashed another with a knife in an argument over a parking spot. This year, there are sure to be similar cases.

from Expert Zone:

India Markets Weekahead: Ride the bull … for now

By Ambareesh Baliga
November 23, 2014

(Any opinions expressed here are those of the author and not necessarily those of Thomson Reuters)

from Matt Smith:

Golf-Garcia weary as Dubai challenge falls flat, Els eyes 2015

November 22, 2014

DUBAI (Reuters) - Sergio Garcia admitted he was weary after failing to make up any ground on the leaders at the DP World Tour Championship on Saturday, carding a third-round 69 that gives the Spaniard little hope of claiming second spot on the European money list.

from India Insight:

Bollywood finally wants to pay the price for remakes

November 22, 2014

A cinema-goer asks for directions at the ticket counter of a PVR Multiplex in Mumbai

It's hard to watch some Bollywood films without thinking "I've seen this somewhere before." Certain scenes, certain plots seem awfully familiar. That's because they came from other movies. The generous among us might say that the filmmakers are "inspired" or perhaps they're making an "homage." Others call it "lifting."

from Shilpa Jamkhandikar:

Bollywood finally wants to pay the price for remakes

November 22, 2014

A cinema-goer asks for directions at the ticket counter of a PVR Multiplex in Mumbai

It's hard to watch some Bollywood films without thinking "I've seen this somewhere before." Certain scenes, certain plots seem awfully familiar. That's because they came from other movies. The generous among us might say that the filmmakers are "inspired" or perhaps they're making an "homage." Others call it "lifting."

from India Insight:

Movie Review: Happy Ending

November 21, 2014

(Any opinions expressed here are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters)

Movie Review: Happy Ending Filmmakers Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K. have delivered some quirky, fun films in the past. Last year’s zombie comedy “Go Goa Gone” and the smart “Shor in the City” brought freshness to the screen and made even actors like Tusshar Kapoor look good.

from Data Dive:

Too many people, too few bees

November 21, 2014

This weekend's Data Dive features a science theme, replete with visualizations and facts from the past week on the Web.

from Mark Jones:

Too many people, too few bees http://t.co/YqQxPhVZ1N

November 21, 2014

Too many people, too few bees http://t.co/YqQxPhVZ1N