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Behind closed doors in India's Parliament, senior Facebook executives have faced a grilling over the spreading of anti-Muslim hate speech and alleged political bias. The BBC's Nikhil Imamdar, in Mumbai, explains the criticism Facebook is facing. For many schoolchildren across the world lessons have moved online because of the pandemic. But millions of children remain on the wrong side of the digital divide, without access to the equipment they need to benefit from virtual learning, as Szu Ping Chan discovers in her in-depth report. Plus, the Chinese government has launched a 'war on waste', concerned about a culture of food waste in the face of food security challenges posed by the coronavirus, floods and trade tension with the US. Chinese state TV revealed last week that some contestants in hugely popular eating competitions broadcast online pretend to eat, while others vomit between courses. We hear from a woman who runs 3 restaurants in Shanghai.