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Category: South Asia

The Issues At Stake…

Russian President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin believes that he can resolve the ongoing diplomatic crisis between India and China. The Russian strongman recently said that he would soon hold a meeting […]

The Cover Girl & The Target Audience!

Notable personalities in various fields have started finding their places on the cover of Vogue, and now, it’s the turn of Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai to brighten the cover […]

Repairing A Badly-Hit Image?

President Xi Jinping has informed members of the Communist Party of China (CPC) that he wants to make friends with the world. Speaking at a recent study session for the […]

The Moral & Ethical Responsibilities

In a somewhat seemingly Elected Authoritarian System, the Judiciary often plays a vital role in safeguarding the Democratic Values. In India, there is a hybrid or a mixed type of […]

Politics Of Life…

Human beings have learnt about the term Pandemic mainly from novels and movies. One can mention Albert Camus’ The Plague (1947) or Love in the Time of Cholera (1985) by […]

Peace Given More Than Just A ‘Chance’…

The Two-State Policy is the only way to resolve the problem. US President Joe Biden has made the remark about the recent Israel-Palestinian conflict. Benjamin Bibi Netanyahu’s Interim Government agreed […]

The Re-discovery Of India!

Hindustan is the 1000-year-old Persian name of India. In the early 20th Century, Vinayak Damodar Savarkar (May 28, 1883 – February 26, 1966) – the Indian Independence activist and politician […]

Terrorism, Zionism & Jingoism

West Asia recently faced a storm, yet again! People, living in the region, witnessed another relentless Arab-Jewish conflict and resistance for 11 days. It seems that rocket attacks have become […]

Seldom Considered As Violence!

After the Nirbhaya incident in New Delhi, it became painfully clear that many Indian men do not consider rape as a heinous offence, with the incident being the 2012 Delhi […]