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  • Journey across time; A diplomatic wife in South Asia0

    South Asia Journal 10 May 2020 Susan Gillerman Boggs opens a window to life in South Asia in her book “Journey Across Time: A Diplomatic Spouse in South Asia”. She began to live there as a diplomat’s wife in 1985. Boggs take the reader to places which are remote and may be closed to visitors

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  • COVID-19 HAS A GRANDMA, GRANDPA AND GREAT GRANDPA. WHERE ARE THEY?0

    BY M. K. BHADRAKUMAR 24 April 2020 The search for the genesis of Covid-19 is developing into an epic story. Thanks to the insinuations by the US President Donald Trump — ‘China virus’, ‘Wuhan virus’, etc. — that were explosive in their political and strategic content, Beijing is now more determined than ever to get

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  • Saudi Arabian Nuclear Reactor Nears Completion, Bringing Prospect of Saudi WMD0

    April 19, 2020 by Richard Silverstein Sequential photos of the construction process for the Saudi nuclear reactor (original 2017 photo at bottom, latest at top) Bloomberg reported last week that Saudi Arabia’s first nuclear reactor is nearing completion.  It purchased the reactor from the Argentinian company, INVAP.  But construction and installation of the plant has proven a huge

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  • Modi, Saarc and Covid-190

    thenews.com.pk | Karachi April 11, 2020 DZSA Dr Zahid Shahab Ahmed Listen Modi, Saarc and Covid-19 Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s video conference a couple of weeks back with leaders of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) to set up an emergency fund to fight the rapidly spreading Covid-19 pandemic has raised hopes

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  • Pakistan’s army says it shot down Indian drone in Kashmir0

    By The Associated Press Thu., April 9, 2020 ISLAMABAD—Pakistan’s military said Thursday its troops shot down a small Indian spy drone after it violated the country’s airspace in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir. In a statement, it said Pakistani troops downed the drone when it “intruded 600 metres inside Pakistan’s territory” for surveillance along

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  • He owns a treasure chest of India’s musical heritage and he’s broke0

    Times of India 4 April 2020 Namita Devidayal Lyle Wachovsky, a collector of rare unpublished recordings discovered artiste after artiste and paid them handsomely, unmindful of his own diminishing fortunes Is it possible to own a treasure chest filled with rare gems and still be bankrupt? Yes, in a world where the arts have value

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  • News / Bangladesh in lockdown as virus halts business and threatens the economy0

    © Sjankauskas By Bangladesh correspondent 30/03/2020 The Loadstar Bangladesh’s key seaport, Chittagong, is facing heavy congestion in its yard as a government-decreed national holiday restricts the flow of goods. The government has declared a 10-day general holiday between 26 March and 4 April, barred people from going outside from home and halted all types of

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