The air filters at home that collect particles end up concentrating some rather unpleasant toxic chemicals, Science Director at the National Centre for Atmospheric Science in the University of York Alastair Lewis says.
India's main opposition party may have just told its followers and the world at large that the man leading the party has failed, author Edmond Roy says.
There are five axioms to live by in ensuring retirement adequacy, says financial consultant Patrick Chang.
Water-sharing arrangements between companies and Indonesian communities can prevent fires in dry season hotspots, two observers point out.
Anonymous letters continue to shine a spotlight on certain leaders and call attention to wrongdoing, which can be a positive development as Malaysian civil society matures, says Khor Yu Leng.
Research fellow at the Lowy Institute Rodger Shanahan lists five key questions to try to understand the implications of the mosque attack in Christchurch.