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  • Christians on the ‘Hindutva Cross’0

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    • October 25, 2021

      by Binoj Nair — 25/10/2021 India’s rankings in religious freedom and human rights have been on a slippery slope since the ascension of the Hindu ‘nationalist’ regime of Narendra Modi in 2014. The country’s pride has fallen from 0.58 in 2014 to a pitiable 0.31in 2019, and currently shares the spot with a war-torn South Sudan in

  • IMF Downgrades its Growth Forecast for Asia, says Covid Still ‘Ravaging’ the Region0

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    • October 25, 2021

    by Countercurrents Collective 25/10/2021 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Tuesday downgraded its 2021 economic growth forecast for Asia after the Covid-19 delta variant caused a spike in cases in parts of the region. The IMF said it expects Asia’s economy to grow by 6.5% in 2021, compared with its April forecast for a 7.6% expansion. “The

  • The danger of US-China war and Australia’s anti-democratic election laws0

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    • October 25, 2021

    wsws.org Peter Symonds@SymondsWSWS The new anti-democratic election laws in Australia, aimed at deregistering so-called minor parties, go hand in hand with the efforts of the political and media establishment to stifle and censor public debate on the most important issues facing working people. War between the United States and China, the world’s largest and second

  • India: Series Of Attack On Christians0

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    • October 23, 2021

    Joint Fact-Finding Report by: Association for Protection of CivilRights |United Christian Forum | United Against Hate    24 October 2021   The violence against Muslims in India which has now become pan Indian needs to be seen with the violence and vendetta against Christians. Unfortunately the media tends to ignore the violence against Christian. Human

  • India: BJP lawmaker-India should invade Bangladesh0

    dhakatribune.com Shilajit Kar Bhowmik, Agartala October 1st, 2018 Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) MP Subramanian Swamy Twitter Swamy also said that Pakistan is run by the military, ISI and terrorists and called Imran Khan a peon [office boy who runs errands] India’s ruling Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) parliamentarian of the Rajya Sabha (Upper House of the

  • Bangladesh PM Opens China-Funded Exhibition Center Despite Court Challenge0

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    • October 21, 2021

    By Kamran Reza Chowdhury on Oct 21, 2021   Benar News Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday opened the Bangladesh-China Friendship Exhibition Center, a centerpiece of the South Asian nation’s first smart city, but which critics have challenged in court over concerns about its environmental impact. The center, located in the heart of the under-construction Purbachal

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  • Indian Lawmaker Urges its Government to Invade and Occupy Bangladesh0

      by Ahmad Shihab   25 October 2021 Subramanian Swamy, a veteran lawmaker belonging to the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of India, once again demanded his country to invade Bangladesh and occupy it. He made the demand first in 2011 and kept hammering it in the floor of the parliament, as well as outside it.  (http://southasiajournal.net/india-bjp-lawmaker-india-should-invade-bangladesh/)

  • Turkey and Iran find soft power more difficult than hard power0

    By James M. Dorsey    24 October 2021 The times they are a changin’. Iranian leaders may not be Bob Dylan fans, but his words are likely to resonate as they contemplate their next steps in Iraq, Iraqi Kurdistan, Lebanon, and Azerbaijan. The same is true for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The president’s shine as a

  • Hindu extremism under Modi regime0

    Image course: Youtube by Zafar Iqbal Yousafzai        24 October 2021 India came into being in the name of secularism where all minorities will have their due rights irrespective of their religion or color. However, soon after the independence, India indulged in aggression and suppressing the Muslim population living inside and around India.

  • Aryan Khan Saga: A Usual Case or Paying the Price0

    by Rajesh Sinha   24 October 2021 In the last few days, the Indian media is incessantly talking about one particular case of drugs, arrests and the subsequent cumbersome legal process. There should be nothing special about it except this time it involves an individual who happens to be ARYAN KHAN, the 24-year old son of

  • India’s Foreign Policy vis-a-vis European & Non-European Intellectual Traditions   0

    by Sudhanshu Tripathi      23 October 2021 Indeed, India’s foreign policy occupies a distinguished place in international relations due to its persistent commitment and adherence towards eternal and universal moral values. That reflects its overall peace-loving and humanitarian outlook which largely underscores the salient characteristics of both Western & Non-Western Intellectual Traditions. In fact,

  • The New Road to New Afghanistan0

    Afghans in Helmand province drive on a new road built by Afghans, in July 2012. (Photo by Sgt. Jame Mercure via Wikimedia Commons.) by Muneeb-Ur-Rahman    23 October 2021 Afghanistan has remained a battleground for International Powers throughout history. 11th September 2001 profoundly modified the global scenario when the United States toppled down the Taliban

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  • India: BJP lawmaker-India should invade Bangladesh

    dhakatribune.com Shilajit Kar Bhowmik, Agartala October 1st, 2018 Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) MP Subramanian Swamy Twitter Swamy also said that Pakistan is run by the military, ISI and terrorists and called Imran Khan a peon [office boy who runs errands] India’s ruling Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) parliamentarian of the Rajya Sabha (Upper House of the

  • Biden Admin Official Held Meeting With the Leader of a Fascist Militia in India

    U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and U.S. Ambassador to India Atul Keshap (back right), deliver remarks to civil society organization representatives in a meeting room at the Leela Palace Hotel in New Delhi, India, on July 28, 2021.JONATHAN ERNST / POOL / AFP via Getty Images By Basav Sen, Foreign Policy in Focus Published

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