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    New Political Alliance In Kashmir Can Help In Starting Of Democratic Process

    By Kalyani Shankar It was unusual for the arch- rivals former chief ministers Abdullahs (Dr. Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah) of the National Conference and Mehbooba Mufti of the PDP posing for a photo last week in Srinagar. It was Mehbhooba's father and former chief minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed who said it was the coming together of the North Pole and the...

    • 22 hrs ago
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    World Bank Fears A Major Financial Crisis With Continuing Pandemic

    By Anjan Roy The current pandemic has the potential of turning into a major financial crisis, fears Carmen Reinhart, Chief Economist of the World Bank. Ms Reinhart's comments cannot be taken lightly as she has deep insights into the working of the financial system. Her warning about the pandemic morphing into a financial crisis are in a sense only reasonable projections of...

    • 22 hrs ago
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    Letters To Umar Khalid And Modes Of Remembering

    By Annie Domini In a deleted tweet posted a few days ago, jailed scholar Dr Umar Khalid's father, Dr S Q R Ilyas, said his son is spending his prison time reading, writing and collecting his thoughts. Some of us who retweeted it in momentary relief, or saved it in our bookmarks to return to, to soothe somewhat our extreme shame, guilt and helplessness at seeing a scintillating mind such as...

    • 22 hrs ago
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    Come Rain Or Sunshine, Bollywood Should Stay Rooted To Its Secular Ethos

    By Sushil Kutty Bollywood is an amalgamation of filmmakers and talented people in the arts, and in the techniques, coming together to script and play out stories on celluloid that catch the fancy of people pining to escape the tediousness of life, for a price. So, it is that Bollywood is often referred to as 'Mayanagari', and it's a coincidence that this...

    • 22 hrs ago
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    Socialist Victory In Bolivia Elections Is A Big Rebuff To Rightists Propped By U.S.

    By Nitya Chakraborty The massive win by the Movement Toward Socialism Party (MAS) in the general elections including President and Vice-President in Bolivia held on October 18, has given a big boost to the leftwing forces in Latin America which were on the defensive in the region since the ouster of the former President Evo Morales in November 2019 by the right...

    • 22 hrs ago
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    Military Stand Off May Last Until China Recognises LAC

    By Nantoo Banerjee India's current border dispute with China owes its origin in 1950 when China sent its troops to Tibet taking control of the remote mountainous region that declared independence in 1913. The Chinese military further crushed a massive Buddhist uprising in Tibet in 1959. Dalai Lama, the Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader, fled Tibet with his close followers. He was...

    • 2 days ago
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    Hindutva Hardliners Ignore Sabka Saath Slogan

    By Amulya Ganguli Two recent events have emphasized the saffron brotherhood's unease with "secularism" and Hindu-Muslim amity. One was the anxiety expressed by Maharashtra governor B.S. Koshyari about the possibility of the chief minister, Uddhav Thackeray, turning "secular". The manner of his observation seemed to indicate that the governor regarded such an inclination to...

    • 2 days ago
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    How long will be the 'long haul' in Ladakh?

    By Barun Das Gupta It was on May 5 that the first clash occurred between Indian and Chinese soldiers in eastern Ladakh near the Pangong Lake. Five and a half months later, the Indian and Chinese troops are still in eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation. Even after seven rounds of commander-level talks between the two armies, each sitting lasting for hours, no solution is in sight. External Affairs...

    • 2 days ago
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    Global Hunger Index Has Exposed Hollowness Of Centre's Propaganda

    By Gyan Pathak 'Good day' for a Hungry is at least two square meals a day. 'Atmanirbhar' means nothing to them if the ruling establishment cannot create a condition in which a hungry can fill up one's stomach. Global Hunger Index 2020 has exposed the hollowness of the six years of sloganeering began with the great promise of 'good days',...

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    Jacinda Ardern Will Follow Strong Centre-Left Policies In Her Second Term

    By Arun Srivastava While the rightist forces across the world have been on the prowl to capture power in almost all the major countries and ravage the global peace and political economy, Jacinda Ardern led Labour Party of New Zealand had inflicted a significant rebuff to its effort and has come back to power once more. Jacinda Ardern's victory certainly cannot be...

    • 2 days ago

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