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Seminar held on rights abuse in Pakistan
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Seminar held on rights abuse in Pakistan

A seminar on "Human Rights abuses in Pakistan" was organised by the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library in collaboration with Asian-Eurasian Human Rights Forum today. Several domain experts were invited to give their views on the many aspects that come under ... catchnews.com, 5 days ago

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Hasan Minhaj: Maybe there's something in the chai right now!

He is a Senior Correspondent on The Daily Show.He has powered the solo off-Broadway show Homecoming King.He hosted this year's White House Correspondents' Dinner.And now his Homecoming King has become the toast of Netlix.'Maybe there's something in the chai right now that's making us all so creative and pushing us to tell our stories,' Hasan Minhaj told Chaya Babu. IMAGE: Hasan Minhaj hosts the White House Correspondents' Dinner in April -- the first during Donald Trump's term as President.
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Study: Migrant workers exploited en route to Arab Gulf

South Asian migrants working in the multi-billion dollar construction industry in Arab Gulf countries are shouldering the costs of their own recruitment fees while companies and their clients are reaping the benefits from inexpensive labour, according to a ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

China's secret helpers in India

Ever since Major Gogoi rescued a team of election officials and security personnel from stone pelters, and ever since the Indian dispensation has cracked down on Hurriyat, the liberal network of Jihadi and Maoist backers are on an overdrive. The Army ...
 Sify1 week ago

How arts heal and galvanise the youth of Timor Leste

“Quirky is one way of describing this art space” writes the Lonely Planet about Arte Moris . But Arte Moris (or Living Art) is much more than an art gallery or a fine art school. Established in 2003, the centre offers a place for young Timorese to ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago

Indian Threads

Think of mainstream Indian fashion and chances are images of Western wear or heavily embellished wedding lehengas come to mind. Yet far from the bling a few Indie brands are forging a quiet revolution with heritage weaves and designs.With a growing awareness ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
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China's $10 billion strategic project in Myanmar sparks local ire

By Yimou Lee and Wa Lone KYAUK PYU, Myanmar (Reuters) - Days before the first supertanker carrying 140,000 tonnes of Chinese-bound crude oil arrived in Myanmar's Kyauk Pyu port, local officials confiscated Nyein Aye's fishing nets. The 36-year-old fisherman ...
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Delhi govt not doing enough to curb female foeticide, says NGO

Accusing the Delhi government of not being serious in addressing the issue of female foeticide in the National Capital, an NGO on Friday claimed there has been a "lack of seriousness" of the government on the issue. According to the report issued by the Asian ...
 DNA3 weeks ago Delhi govt not serious in addressing female foeticide: ACHR  DNA3 weeks ago
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Wooing Trump: Can Modi do it?

'The success or otherwise of Modi's foreign policy will largely depend on the equation he is likely to strike with Donald Trump,' says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan. A device that many playwrights use to either complicate matters or to resolve a difficult plot is deus ex machina or god from the machine, so called because the concerned character comes to the stage from the roof with the help of a pulley. Such a phenomenon has appeared in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's successful journey in foreign ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Grime and Punishment

IT WAS A book that changed the world and entered the popular lexicon as shorthand for the terrible cruelty exercised by the state upon those ideologically or criminally guilty of transgressing the law. The Gulag Archipelago by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, a ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago
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