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Trump's order can't stop action on climate change: US advocacy...

The 2015 Paris Agreement was built upon the foundation of countries pledging action to counter climate change. US President Donald Trump's executive order overturning much of what his predecessor had promised can't come in its way as market dynamics will ... Prokerala, 3 weeks ago
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Dog Abandoned Over His Looks Now Has Hundreds Wanting To Adopt Him

&& A 10-month-old dog named Picasso is exiting a very blue period in his life, thanks to an Oregon dog rescue group. Picasso, a pitbull-terrier mix, was born with a facial deformity that makes it look as if his snout is going right while his jaw goes left.
 Huffington Post1 month ago

Akbar’s Ghost

F ONE HAS followed the career of Irwin Allan Sealy, one would take particular pleasure at this little detail. Each of Sealy’s texts invents an appellation for itself. If Trotternama (1988), his first, much acclaimed novel was a ‘chronicle’, in the ...
 Open Magazine37 minutes ago
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Manufacturers, Wall Street getting Trump's ear in first 100 days

By Jason Lange WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Manufacturers and Wall Street have led the quest for business access to President Donald Trump in his first 100 days in office, with media companies and Silicon Valley seldom entering the presidential bubble, a Reuters ...
 Sify37 minutes ago

Why can’t America just take out Assad?

The Trump administration has done an abrupt about-face on Syria, contradicting its own nascent foreign policy . Within 24 hours, it went from calling out the Assad regime for using chemical weapons to launching missiles at military targets. As limited as the ...
 catchnews.com6 days ago

What ties North Korea to Syria?

North Korea considers Assad's Syria an ally, so it views Donald Trump's decision to strike Syria as a message to Pyongyang as well.In the concluding part of his insight into the North Korea problem, Rajaram Panda lists the complexities that keep the North Korean issue alive, and why diplomacy is the only option that no stakeholder can afford to abandon. Part 1: If Trump continues to challenge Kim Jong-un... IMAGE: United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley holds a photograph ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Pak, India can't be enemies forever: Pak NSA tells Canadian envoy

Pakistan's National Security Advisor Lt.Gen. (Retired) Nasser Khan Janjua has said that Pakistan and India cannot remain enemies forever and need to engage with each other to resolve their disputes.His remark comes amid soaring tensions between the two ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Pak NSA: India, Pak can't remain enemies forever

Pakistan's National Security Adviser Nasser Janjua has said Pakistan and India 'cannot remain enemies forever' and they need to engage and resolve bilateral disputes.The NSA was talking to Canadian High Commissioner Perry Calderwood who called him to Islamabad on Tuesday"We need to engage with each other and resolve disputes," Janjua was quoted as saying by the official Associated Press of Pakistan.Janjua reiterated Pakistan and India cannot remain enemies forever.The two sides discussed ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Pakistan, India cannot remain enemies forever: Janjua  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Disequilibrium : MACHIAVELLIAN KAK

Long years after J&K’s accession to India, disputed by many but irrevocable because Maharaja Hari Singh signed the Instrument of Accession, it was the nationalist uprising led by Sheikh Mohd Abdullah which turned the tide in India's favour, his son has ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
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Why Dalai Lama's Tawang visit rattles China

Beijing is clearly rattled by the Dalai Lama's visit. Unlike the 2009 visit, which was a four-day religious tour, the current visit is a high-decibel, 10-day affair, without the fig leaf of a "religious event", reports Ajai Shukla. The first time the Dalai Lama came to the Tawang tract of Arunachal Pradesh in 1959, he was fleeing Mao Tse-tung's Red Army after Lhasa and its surroundings had exploded in revolution against communist oppression. New Delhi's role in the Dalai Lama's perilous flight ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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