• World Economic Forum Celebrated Pakistan Strategy Day0

    by Mian F. Hameed     1 December 2020 Pakistan has been consistently on the world forums and news for effective post-COVID-19 strategic responses. Pakistani local news outlets took to print, “the World Economic Forum (WEF) has announced November 25, 2020, as ‘Pakistan Strategy Day’ to commemorate Pakistan’s policies” against combating the novel coronavirus. At the

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  • The Twin Essence of Our Times0

    by  Bhabani Shankar Nayak      1 December 2020 The pestilence of COVID-19 has not only revealed the failures of capitalism but also exuberated over all institutions of capitalism. The culture of crisis and conflicts are organic to capitalism. Capitalist systems are antithetical to the idea of peace, prosperity, and stability. The Coronavirus infused lockdown

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  • The Muslim world’s changing dynamics: Pakistan struggles to retain its footing0

    by James M. Dorsey    1 December 2020   Increasing strains between Pakistan and its traditional Arab allies, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, is about more than Gulf states opportunistically targeting India’s far more lucrative market. At the heart of the tensions, that potentially complicate Pakistan’s economic recovery, is also India’s ability to

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  • Pakistan’s Credible Minimum Nuclear Deterrence in the Contemporary Regional Context0

    By Haris Bilal Malik     1 December 2020 The overt nuclearization of the South Asian region in 1998 was the outcome of the Indian long-held desire to dominate the region and challenge Pakistan’s security. Being threatened by this, Pakistan was compelled to follow the same suit. It became more of a strategic obligation for Pakistan

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  • INDIA’S FARMER PROTEST -CHALLENGING MODI GOVERNMENT TO REVISIT TWO PRIVATE MEMBER BILL OF 20180

      by Anukriti Dubey        1 December 2020 As the farmer’s protest is intensifying in India and chants of “Dilli Chalo” are being raised this protest is more serious in nature and posing some serious issues before Modi Government as new farms laws are being looked upon by farmers as nothing but a

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  • India’s Genome Valley: In Search of the Elusive Covid-19 Vaccine0

    by Rajesh Kumar Sinha    30 November 2020 The Indian PM Modi has had a usually hectic but whirlwind tour recently to Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, and Pune. The visit was aimed at getting a personalised first-hand idea of the progress achieved towards the launch of the Covid-19 vaccine being worked on by Indian companies. The entire

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  • Labour Division Between Hindutva Fascism and Capitalism0

    by Bhabani Shankar Nayak    30 November 2020   History is about forgetting and remembering within different waves of time. If a society fails to view its present in the mirror of history, that society condemned itself to the dustbin of future. Indian society is at such a dangerous crossroad. The despicable ideology of Hindutva

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  • Off to the Races: Trump has completely captured the Republican Party, and it is unlikely to change in character while he remains in control0

    Off to the Races Trump has completely captured the Republican Party, and it is unlikely to change in character while he remains in control, writes William Milam by William Milam    November 27, 2020   On Monday, November 23, when I started writing this piece, the dam had just broken, and President Trump’s vainglorious effort to undo

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  • A National Digital Authentication App0

    by Burhan Rasool  29 November 2020 Marc Goodman, known for his seminal work in law enforcement and technology, writes in his book, Future Crimes, “The cornucopia of technology that we are accepting into our lives, with little or no self-reflection or thoughtful examination, may very well come back and bite us.” These include, but are

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  • The Worsening Arab-Pakistan Relationship and its Impact0

    by Rajesh Kumar Sinha      29 November 2020 One of the strongest pillars of Pakistan’s foreign policy till recently had been its close, brotherly relationship with the Arab world. Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates had been the most vocal political and economic supporters of Pakistan for decades. The country has found frequently

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  • REMEMBERING INDIRA GANDHI0

    by Shri. Eduardo Faleiro      28 November 2020 On November 19, we commemorate the birth anniversary of Smt. Indira Gandhi. She is so far the only woman Prime Minister of India. She is considered the most popular leader of the masses of independent India, especially among the weaker sections. The Congress Party during her

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  • Deciphering: War on Islamic Extremism and Radicalism is Not War on Islam; Freedom of Speech & Blasphemy0

    by Shelal Lodhi Rajput     28 November 2020 “I may disagree with what you say but I shall defend until death your right to say it” It’s the most profound and voracious argument for free speech the best defence for freedom of speech. It has never been more relevant than now, the situations in the

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  • Alarming journo-killing incidents rock Indian media0

      by Nava Thakuria        27 November 2020 Guwahati: Largely smashed by the Covid-19 pandemic the mainstream Indian media has also witnessed an alarming number of incidents relating to journalists’ killings this year. As the year approaches the end, India turns out to be an unsafe country for professional journalists after Mexico only. 

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  • India: Bihar-Verdict: A Message for Non-Biharis! 0

    by Nilofar Suhrawardy   27 November 2020 Though the first president was from Bihar, revolutionary leaders like Jayprakash Narain have hailed from here, the state place is the birth-place of top bureaucrats as well as media-persons, the underlying anti-Bihari tendency still prevails among certain sections. From one angle, this can be countered with a comical trait

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