Articles by Aditya Tejas

I'm a writer and multimedia journalist based out of Bangalore. My interests are energy, technology, and international affairs. I've previously worked for WERS and The Hindu.


CIA Pulled Beijing Officers After Hack

CIA officials told the Washington Post that the identity of agents in the U.S. Embassy in Beijing was compromised after the theft of over 22 million federal personnel records.
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A Marine Sanctuary The Size Of France

The sanctuary, which will encompass an area about the size of France, will be located in a region that's home to over 150 species of fish, and 35 species of whales and dolphins.


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Layoffs Announced In Separate Sectors

U.S. Steel plans to close one of its blast furnaces in Michigan, while the IT professional network Spicework is set to be acquired by Ziff Davis B2B, with both events resulting in layoffs.
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Philippines Protests China's Militia Flotilla

Calling the deployment of Chinese militia ships a threat and vastly dwarfed militarily, the only recourse the Philippines has is to file diplomatic protests and appeal to international arbiters...