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Abstention in Tamil interest: Centre

Pushed to the corner by its political rivals in Tamil Nadu over Indias abstention on the US-sponsored resolution against Sri Lanka at the UNHRC, the UPA government on Friday justified its stand by saying that its action was driven by the well-being of the Sri ... Asian Age, 3 weeks ago

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Sharif squaring up with military for TTP truce

What is worrying today is the growing popular appetite in Pakistan for intervention by the army in the political sphere. One can see a strange sense of fraternity emerging in the horizon between the liberals opposed to talks with the TTP and the ...
 New Delhi Pioneer15 hours ago
Hindu Business Line

Party time for interns

Politics is emerging as the newest training ground for India Inc's future managers. And the ongoing elections in the world's largest democracy are proving to be the perfect laboratory for mixing management and technology principles with political ...
 Hindu Business Line1 day ago Decisive Indian gov't needed, industry says  Asia News Network1 day ago Decisive govt needed: Industry  The Statesman1 day ago India Inc wants next govt to take bold decisions ; ASSOCHAM brain-storming session ahead of D-day  ASSOCHAM2 days ago

Why no centre-right political party in India today?

The truth is not that Chandrababu Naidu's centre-right policies led to his defeat but rather almost the reverse: his defeat, and for that matter that of the NDA at the Centre, was widely -- but falsely -- interpreted as a rejection of their economic policies, rather than put down to bad luck and conventional anti-incumbency., say Vivek Dehejia and Rupa Subramanya. Economic reforms, by definition, imply the State yielding to the market, thereby suggesting a reappraisal of the government's role ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

The chulha politics

Chulhas—cookstoves of poor women who collect sticks, twigs and leaves to cook meals—are today at the centre of failing international action. Women are breathing toxic emissions from stoves and these emissions are also adding to the climate change ...
 Down to Earth2 months ago Sunita Narain: The politics of particles  Business Standard2 months ago

TESO revives demand for enquiry into genocide in Sri Lanka

Tamil Eelam Supporters' Organisation (TESO) today urged the Centre to propose an international enquiry into the alleged genocide in the island nation in the coming UNHRC meeting in Geneva. One of the resolutions passed at the TESO meeting here urged the ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

Should the media not applaud Kejriwal's anti corruption plank? (Election Special)

It is true that every anti corruption movement in recent history has decisively shifted the centre of gravity of Indian politics yards to the right, as writers have asserted recently. Such campaigns have always had considerable media support.Internal tussles ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

Considering the Plight of Girls [editorial]

THE ANGIE BROOKS International Centre (ABIC) for Women's Empowerment, Leadership, Development, International Peace and Security will today begin celebrating its 5th anniversary with achievements made through women's leadership in the country.
 Individual.com3 days ago Liberia: Considering the Plight of Girls  AllAfrica.com3 days ago

Column: Will our new cordial partnership with Britain trickle down to NI's day-to-day politics?

THE DECADE OF COMMEMORATIONS is marked by an interest in grand gestures that strive to symbolise the long distance travelled in Anglo-Irish relations. The level of relations today between the British and Irish governments, Stormont and Dublin, as ...
 TheJournal.ie22 hours ago

Africa needs science centres

Álvaro Sobrinho, Chairperson of the Planet Earth Institute, an international non-governmental organisation and charity working for the scientific independence of Africa believes science is enjoying a renaissance on the African continent but warned ...
 Southern Times Africa1 day ago
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