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  • India; When Even a Pandemic Is Communalised0

    The right-wing ecosystem appears bent on blaming the Tablighi Jamaat for the COVID-19 outbreak in India – even though that has no purpose. Ajoy Ashirwad Mahaprashasta 1 April 2020 Although everything in nature is telling us to sober up as the world grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indian right-wing warriors have chosen to communalise

  • Sri Lanka faces danger of heading to next stage of COVID-19 as cases rise0

    by Editor April 1, 2020 Colombo, April 1 – Sri Lanka’s Health Ministry, Military and Government Medical Officers Association (GMOA) have appealed to the public to co-operate in coming forward if anyone has developed the COVID-19 virus while the rest were urged to remain indoors as the GMOA warned the country now faced the danger of

  • Dear Muslims, Tablighi Jamaat committed a crime against humanity. Don’t defend them0

    I am not encouraging Islamophobia, it is a prejudice that needs fierce opposition but if this isn’t plain stupidity in the name of Allah, then what is? BISMEE TASKIN 1 April, 2020 Religion has often caused harm to the world and humanity as a whole, whether in the form of environmental damage by filing the Yamuna and Ganga

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  • Is Covid-19 virus infection in Bangladesh the deadliest in the world?0

    Is Covid-19 virus infection in Bangladesh the deadliest in the world? Netra News — নেত্র নিউজ David Bergman 27 March 2020 A look at the abnormally high Covid-19 death rate in Bangladesh suggests that there are likely to be far more cases of infected people than the government admits. The Bangladeshi authorities say that, as

  • INDIAN DRDO: A RISK IN DISGUISE0

    by Anaya Shahid 27 March 2020 At International Aerospace and Defence Exhibition ADEX-2013 in South Korea, India displayed its tactical nuclear missile Pragati, which has been developed by the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO). The DRDO authorities on their way back to India, did not load the missile on ship. Instead they left it

  • ‘No one will ever be free as long as there are pestilences’0

    by William Milam March 27, 2020 So wrote Albert Camus in his great novel, The Plague, and so we are learning its truth as we cower in our shelters from the Coronavirus, spreading the Covid-19 influenza that grips most of the world. We are certainly not free. I and my friends and family, as well

  • China manoeuvres to protect its interests while keeping its hands clean0

     Belt and Road Initiative,BRI,China,Economic Growth,Economy,Gulf States,Middle East,Russia,United States,US in the Middle East |   Written by James M. Dorsey 26 March 2020 A podcast version of this story is available on Soundcloud, Itunes, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, Spreaker, Pocket Casts, Tumblr, Podbean, Audecibel, Patreon and Castbox. The question is not if, but when the long-standing American defence umbrella in

  • Coronavirus Catastrophe of Iran: The US Must Take Humanitarian View?0

    by Bawa Singh 26 March 2020 Nowadays, one can find hardly any country without the death-like impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, pandemics highlighted the globalized world that has been caught medically ill-prepared to deal with such situations. Till date, the global counts of the infected case by coronavirus has been reached to the number

  • Covid 19 crisis is cut out for Modi to prove himself0

    N Sathiya Moorthy 25 March 2020 Possibly for the first time since Prime Minister Indira Gandhi called upon the nation to donate/sacrifice for the ‘Bangladesh war’ efforts, and also suffer blackouts at nights with patience and pride, has the nation reacted so very positively to the government’s diktat, says N Sathiya Moorthy. The truth remains

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