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Category: South Asia

‘The World Has To Find A Way’

Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, stressed on ceasefire (between Russia and Ukraine), diplomacy and food crisis during the G20 Summit, held on the Indonesian island of Bali on […]

An(other) Attempted Assassination

The decade-and-a-half-old memories recently returned to Pakistan. Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto (June 21, 1953 – December 27, 2007) was assassinated after addressing a political rally in Rawalpindi’s […]

On Rights & Reality

Antonio Francesco Gramsci (January 22, 1891 – April 27, 1937), the Italian Marxist philosopher, journalist, linguist, writer and politician who is best known for his Theory of Cultural Hegemony, once […]

Preying On Poor & Illiterates

Indian media have reported that men are paying off debts by auctioning teenage and young girls of their families in the western Indian province of Rajasthan. Reports suggest that the […]

A ‘Tindal’ Effect…

The US has decided to deploy fighter jets, capable of carrying nuclear bombs, in Australia, a country belonging to the QUAD (or the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, a strategic security dialogue […]

The ‘Self’ & The ‘Profile’

The arrival of satellite channels at our drawing rooms in the 1990s, and the increasing usage of smartphones and growing popularity of Social Media in the early 21st Century have […]

A ‘Historic’ Development And…

Rishi Sunak (b. May 12, 1980) recently became the third British Prime Minister in three months. It is, of course, a historical development. Apart from that, Sunak has become the […]

A ‘Different’ Foreign Investment

In what may be seen as a huge boost for the Indian defence sector, Swedish firm Saab has decided to manufacture Carl-Gustaf M4 weapon system in the South Asian nation. […]