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When the rice withdraws from the earthThe grains of its flour,When the wheat hardens

She has beautiful eyes

We have heard it all before: German is a harsh language, German speakers sound angry all of the

Malta: Cultural and movie history all on one Mediterranean island

Sailing into the stony harbor of the island of Malta, surrounded by ramparts and turrets, you realize that

Anger among youth in West Bank may explode

The current Palestinian youth movement against the Israeli occupation (led by the post-Oslo generation) might be on the

Searching 'Kashmiri Girls' on Google in the wake of a constitutional crisis

Both Kashmir and Kashmiris have been going through a tough time in the valley of both India and

How China unleashed Twitter trolls to discredit Hong Kong's protesters

For fans of pro tennis, European soccer and British tabloids, the mysterious Twitter account had a lot to

Top shadow banker sees end to India's credit crisis and how!

One of India's top shadow financiers by assets is betting that central bank easing will bring an end

Kudos to foreign minister's firm stand on Rohingya crisis

When the government of our country does any constructive work, we generally appreciate,even though sometimes we become critical

White House expels a war hawk

John Bolton was another ornament hanging in Trump's office. He is an American attorney, political commentator, Republican consultant,

Reimbursing writers...what for?

Our small world has enough space for artists and writers of sorts-even if the audience may not like

Sharing bitter truth, is not unholy!

Remember the terrorizing incident of February, 2019 in Balakot, Pakistan? Something sinister happened, transforming itself into an international

A summer of great content for English cricket

Ever since the Ashes series began way back in 1882 following England's defeat to Australia at the Oval,

How to read the global oil market volatility

The attacks on Aramco's Abqaiq-Khurais facilities in Saudi Arabia on September 14 saw the United States (US) offering

The trouble with my Pathan heritage, really?

"You may take me for a Pucca Bangalee if you take a cursory look at me. However, deep

Dr B J Habibie --- a dreamer of South Asian regional cooperation

Back in 1992 at the  IDB-INDO Product Seminar organized by the Indonesian Government and the Islamic Development Bank

You must follow international law unless you are America

Aaron McGruder has aptly said, "The American people have no control over what the military does.We have no

During the Quit India movement, the Hindu Mahasabha played the British game

This year, on August 8, we are celebrating the 76th anniversary of the Quit India movement launched by

What's in her name?

When Joanne Rowling wrote her a novel about a boy and magic, she could hardly find any publisher

Why the percentage of religious minorities is declining over the decades

Fresh Hindu emigration from Bangladesh started after the parliamentary election in 1979, while communal attacks were carried out

Is there no end to bribery and corruption?

Class discrimination, price hike, corruption and extreme lack of good governance in the banking arena, financial activities and

Time to end its distressing self-harm

Hong Kong, officially the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, is a special

Why the percentage of religious minorities is declining over the decades

Archaeologi-cally and mythologically different religious-caste-ethnic groups emerged at different times in India. However, the first religious group of

Taliban accord needs more martyrs!

We are creatures of habit. And, Donald Trump is no exception.  He loves to repeat his (unique) proclivity

There's still a path forward with Taliban

United States President Donald Trump is taking a lot of criticism for abruptly cancelling talks he had hoped

The latest escalation in the US-China trade war

The US-China trade war unexpectedly escalated recently when President Trump announced a 15% tariff on $300 billion of

BJP's divisive politics upends India's peace and prosperity

India is a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, and multi-religious nation. If the state itself takes a side with the Hindu

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