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India Shouldn't Get Drawn Into Islamic World Rivalries

The decision by the Obama administration to challenge the writ of the ruthless and extremist Islamic Sate of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) in Syria and Iraq is fraught with dangers of further destabilisation in the Islamic world. The Obama administration ... New Indian Express, 2 days ago
Media Nama

Google's SVP Sundar Pichai on developing for mobile, Voice & Google Now, standardization of Android

Google's SVP Sundar Pichai was in Gurgaon, India, yesterday, to launch Android One in the country, and followed it up with an with entrepreneurs and developers at an event organized by NASSCOM. Notes on what Pichai said, from a developer ecosystem ...
 Media Nama2 weeks ago

Fuelling the Public's Appetite for War

Colin Todhunter is originally from the UK and has spent many years in India. A former social policy researcher, his writing has been published in a wide range of newspapers, peer and non-peer reviewed journals and books, as well as on numerous ...
 IRIB World Service1 month ago

U.S. monopoly over Internet must go

Special Arrangement DEFINING IDEAS: Most of Pouzin's career has been devoted to the design and implementation of computer systems, most notably the CYCLADES computer network. TOPICS Interview with Louis Pouzin, a pioneer of the Internet and ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

Scottish Referendum A dampener for the Kashmir secessionist

B.L. Saraf More than the recent flood furry, it is the outcome of the Scottish referendum that has stolen plebiscite narrative from the J&K separatists. The flood induced black out of print media in Kashmir has denied the so called Kashmir experts ...
 Daily Excelsior.com6 days ago

Global Fragmentation: Crying Wolf Again?

There is a specter haunting the op-ed pages. It is not the specter of creeping socialism that many observers worried about as the Great Financial Crisis broke. It is the end of globalization. This has been a recurring theme that has its present ...
 Zero Hedge2 weeks ago

Royal Bank of Scotland : Why Alex Salmond is so keen on the Union

Is Alex Salmond really a Unionist? I think he is. He wants to keep the pound, he wants Scotland's interest rates (and therefore economy) governed by the Bank of England , he wants free movement across Hadrian's Wall for Scotsmen and Scotswomen to ...
 4 Traders2 weeks ago

Help! We Are Losing the War Against Boko Haram, By Femi Aribisala

We need to admit the truth; Nigeria no longer has an army worth its salt. The Nigerian army of today is a pathetic shadow of its glorious past. This explains why it is proving grossly inadequate at checkmating a Boko Haram army of some 10,000 men.
 Premium Times3 weeks ago Help! We Are Losing the War Against Boko Haram  Vanguard2 weeks ago
Daily Maverick

Blade to Dalai Lama: The Heavenly Authority of the SACP says Don't Come

Blade Nzimande's South African Communist Party, unhappy with becoming completely irrelevant, has cast about for a villain, and found one: the Dalai Lama. In a recent press release, the SACP calls on the government to bar him from our shores for ...
 Daily Maverick3 weeks ago

No Visa for Dalai Lama: SACP

The SACP in fact welcomes the cancellation of this planned visit, spokesman Alex Mashilo said in a statement. In fact the SACP calls upon government not to grant the Dalai Lama a visa to visit our country. The Tibetan spiritual leader cancelled ... weeks ago
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