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Month: November 2020

Different Interpretations…

The Historic Environment Scotland – an executive non-departmental public body responsible for investigating, caring for and promoting Scotland’s historic environment – has set out to write a new account of […]

Phenomenon, Nonetheless!

Outstanding, legendary, one of the two greatest footballers of all time, one of the rarest of talents, but controversial… The emergence of such a character on a football ground is […]

An Embargo!

An online discussion between American Linguist, Philosopher, Cognitive Scientist, Historian, Social Critic and Political Activist Noam Chomsky and journalist Vijay Prashad at a Literary Festival in India has recently been […]

Promises: Past & Present!

Aung San Suu Kyi has tasted success, yet again!. Her National League for Democracy (NLD) Party had registered a landslide victory in Myanmar’s first free elections five years ago. Although […]

Another Strategic Union

After staying out of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) – a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) signed by China and 14 other Asia-Pacific nations on November 15, 2020, India has […]

West Asia, Yet Again!

The regional tussle in West Asia between Iran and Saudi Arabia has taken a new turn, with Tehran accusing Riyadh of piling up a stock of nuclear weapons! Kazem Gharibabadi, […]

Oddly… Alive!

A climber got awake 45 minutes after his heart stopped beating! Well, this miracle took place in the US on November 7. Forty-five-year-old Michael Knapinski was found frozen in Mount […]

Into That Heaven Of Freedom…

A hillock cannot always be seen from a distant. However, one can see a Mountain Peak from the same. India recently marked the 131st Birth Anniversary of its first Prime […]

The Silently Sonorous Structures

Since 1350 BC, the Colossi of Memnon – two massive stone statues of the Pharaoh Amenhotep III who reigned in Egypt during the 18th Dynasty – have been standing in […]