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India: Mahua Moitra challenges BJP to prove that her comments about deity Kaali are wrong

The development came after first information reports were filed against her in Bhopal and Kolkata as she had pointed out a ‘version of the...

The Impossible Choices for Pakistan’s Afghan Refugees

thedispatch.com Refugees fleeing the Taliban turn to their neighbor but find little hope. Charlotte Lawson Jul 8, 2022 Tucked away in a bustling neighborhood on the outskirts of...

Sino-Pakistan naval exercise raises concern in region

By Special to BenarNews on Jul 11, 2022  China and Pakistan kicked off a four-day joint maritime exercise on Sunday to bolster naval cooperation which...

Nobel-laureate witch-hunt tarnishes Bangladesh’s image

Grameen Bank founder, Muhammad Yunus, is fighting to save his reputation after being targeted by the ruling Awami League Grameen Bank founder and Bangladesh's only...

‘Rubbing Salt Into Our Wounds’: In Pakistan, Opposition Grows To Impending Deal With Tehrik-e Taliban

June 08, 2022 By Abubakar Siddique Lawyer Fazal Khan says he feels furious following Pakistan's ongoing peace negotiations with the hard-line militant group Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan...

USNS Charles Drew Repair In An Indian Shipyard Marks A First

USNS Charles Drew repair in an Indian Shipyard marks a first USNS Charles Drew at the Indian L&T’s Shipyard U.S. Navy's Lewis and Clark-class dry cargo...

Commentary

Looming Global Food Crisis and South Asia

  by Muhammad Mahmood      8 August 2022 The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the UN World Food Program (WFP) in early June this...

The Iranian Nuclear Bomb

By Adnan Qaiser    6 August 2022 Those who do not see the writing on the wall either suffer from short-sightedness or remain blinded by...

Bangladesh’s economic crisis: How did we get here?

By Ali Riaz The International Monetary Fund (IMF)’s willingness to support Bangladesh’s request for a 4.5 billion dollar bailout package over the next three years confirms that the...

Rivalry of Supremacy over Proposed Nijgadh International Airport in Nepal 

by Hari Prasad Shrestha   6 August 2022 Nepalese elites tend to be divisive in extremity - for or against in any game changer development project, based on their...

PAKISTAN: Call for girls’ education  

  By Aftab Alexander Mughal      3 August 2022  A national conference on girls’ right to education stressed on the role of academia, civil society...

India: Stage Set For Political Drama in Odisha! 

by Nilofar Suhrawardy      3 August 2022 Seventy-five year old Naveen Patnaik will be nearing 80 when Odisha heads for the next scheduled assembly...

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