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  • Amid tension in the Arab world, Qatar signs $ 12 billion deal to buy F-15 jets from the USA! Some issues!0

    28 June 2017 -Dr. Abdul Ruff The Foreign policy of President Trump is slowly but steadily working to increase its arms sale to the world.  The advantages of arms trade for the USA without any expenditure on US part are great. Upon his visit to Saudi Arabia that resulted in tensions in the Arab world

  • ASIAN NATIONS NEED TO PUT CHINA ON NOTICE0

    It is becoming increasingly apparent that China is suffering from sort of superiority obsession, imagining that  it can dominate and conquer the world and it is adequately clever to do so. Several acts of China in the past prove such an approach which has been well noticed by  the Asian nations, who now feel apprehensive

  • How the Recent NSG Plenary was Significant?0

    By: Maimuna Ashraf The twenty-seventh Plenary Meeting of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), an elite nuclear cartel to control nuclear commerce, which was held in Switzerland this month on 22 and 23 June 2017 ended inconclusively on the issue of non-NPT state’s membership. India was struggling to whittle away the resistance for paving the way

  • In the Heart of Nepal’s Madhes Movement0

    By Peter Gill and Bhola Paswan on 27/06/2017 The Madhesis continue to struggle to amend the constitution, even as they long to feel like they belong in Nepal. A street in the Rajbiraj bazaar. Credit: Peter Gill On June 10, the air was hot and humid in Rajbiraj, a city in Saptari District in the southeastern Terai,

  • In Junaid’s Village, an Eid Moon Felt, Not Sightedl0

    By Sehba Imam on 26/06/2017 The senseless lynching of a young boy casts a pall of gloom over not just his home but his entire village. Zaira (left), mother of fifteen year old Junaid who was lynched on a train last Saturday. Credit: PTI Khandwali (Haryana): Fifteen-year-old Junaid’s lynching in Ballabhgarh, while he was returning from his Eid shopping, had

  • Even After Nikam’s Withdrawal From Case, Mohsin Shaikh’s Family Has Not Lost Hope for Justice0

    By Prashant Kanojia on 26/06/2017 Mohsin’s 63-year-old father is unable to fathom why public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam took the sudden decision to withdraw at a critical juncture when charges are about to be framed against the accused. Mohsin Shaikh’s parents. Shaikh was lynched by a mob in Pune on 2nd June, 2014. Credit: The Wire

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  • Sri Lanka’s Muslims bloodied by Buddhism

    By Ana Pararajasingham June 20, 2019 Sri Lanka has become more fragile, fractured and polarized following the Easter Sunday bomb attacks as the country’s Muslims are harassed and subjected to violence by mobs of Sinhala Buddhists who form the majority of the island’s population. Although those targeted by jihadist violence on Easter Sunday were the

  • Bangladesh And Revenge Politics: To What End?

    “Revenge, the sweetest morsel to mouth that ever was cooked in hell.” ~Sir Walter Scott from The Heart Of Mid-Lothian Revenge politics has long been the bedrock of Sheikh Hasina’s personal and political motto and raison d’etre. The people of Bangladesh are well aware of this unwelcome fact, which has, very regrettably, become mundane in

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