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Month: August 2020

Brighter Than A Million?

Sixteen years after the dropping of an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 by the US, the erstwhile Soviet Union performed testing exercise of […]

An Other Thought!

“Did you provoke the people to destroy the temple in Jerusalem?” asks the Judge. The 27-year-old accused – in dirty clothes, handcuffed, injured and head almost covered with a bandage […]

Souls In House Arrest!

Sita Brahmachari – the British author with an origin in eastern Indian Province of Bengal, and one of the most interesting and important voices in children’s books today – has […]


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has hinted that the Government of India is planning to change the legal age of marriage for the girls from the current 18 years to 21 […]

Evolution & Atavism?

After Hagia Sophia, it is Chora or Kariye Museum… Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is expressly sticking to his decision to converting former Greek Orthodox churches to Mosques, one after […]


The World Bank (WB) fears that the Coronavirus epidemic could push nearly 100 million people back below the poverty. WB President David R Malpass has warned that the situation could […]


Trump Ponders Pardon for Snowden – What About Assange? US President Donald Trump recently announced that he was considering a pardon for Edward Snowden, an American whistle-blower who had copied […]


“The choice is ours, the decision is ours, this night is ours, this path is also ours!” The Turkish women raised this slogan, as they took to the streets in […]

Trade & Tyranny!

A continuing Power Struggle between the British and the Russians was on at that period of time over the control of Central Asia… The borders of the Russian imperial territories […]