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Category: Asia

Revision: Significant & Systemic

“Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens.” – Jimi Hendrix. Curriculum or academic syllabus at educational institutions had been radically revised in Italy during Benito Mussolini‘s reign (from 1923 to 1943). The […]

Europe In The Players’ List

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s recent three-nation Europe visit, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs claimed that the PM’ meeting with French President Emanuel Macron in Paris was the most […]

From EU To Pacific: Strengthening Position

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi participated in 25 events in Germany, Denmark and France on May 2-4 (2022) during his first foreign trip after two years. In those three days, […]

Sand & Sustainability

The world is about to face another crisis. The UN has warned the global community to save sand, saying that there would be acute shortage of sand in near future. […]

Simple Twists Of Fate

Tsutomu Yamaguchi (March 16, 1916 – January 4, 2010) has been an officially recognised Unluckest person in the world for surviving two atomic explosions. Although at least 70 people are […]

An Antidote To Poverty?

Noted Economist of Indian Origin Pranab Bardhan believes that the policy of a Universal Basic Income can be effective in a country, like India, to relieve economic insecurity to a […]

The Indian Way

Indian Minister of External Affairs Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar believes that there have been many flaws in the South Asian country’s Foreign Policy since it gained Independence (in 1947). He has […]

A ‘Different’ Resurgence

The Taliban recaptured Afghanistan and formed a Government in Kabul on August 15, 2021, with the help of Pakistan after years of insurgency. Now, the Deobandi-Pashtun Islamic fundamentalist, militant Islamist […]