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Did You Know About 6/6/66, The Day That Forever Changed The Economy Of India
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Did You Know About 6/6/66, The Day That Forever Changed The Ec...

- or 6/6/66 - turned out to be a defining day in independent India's economic history. It was the day on which Indira Gandhi devalued the rupee by 36.5%, increasing the dollar's value against it by 57.4%. The move sparked bitter, nationwide ... Indiatimes, 1 month ago
6/6/66: Day that defined India's economic history Times of India, 1 month ago

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Liberian president to Rivlin: Fundamentalism threatens peace

Liberian President and Nobel Prize laureate Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf met with President Reuven Rivlin at his residence on Monday, where the pair discussed fundamentalism, terrorism, and ties between the two countries. Johnson-Sirleaf thanked Rivlin ...
 Jerusalem Post1 month ago Liberian president told Rivlin: Fundamentalism threatens peace  GNN Liberia1 month ago
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Elie Wiesel: Poseur for Peace

An obvious and oft-sighted criticism of the Nobel Peace Prize is just how many of its recipients have virtually no connection to the cause of peace or its advancement. If anything often it seems a reward for its negation. Henry Kissinger, recipient ...
 CounterPunch3 weeks ago
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Mahesh Bhatt, Madhur Bhandarkar mourn Mahasweta Devi's demise

Eminent litterateur and social activist Mahasweta Devi passed away at the age of 90 at a Kolkata hospital on Thursday afternoon. She was admitted to a hospital on June 22 with septicemia and urinary infection. The Magsaysay awardee is survived by ...
 Times of India1 day ago

Women steering the ship of state: Theyre everywhere (except here)

By Vanessa Williams, Melina Mara The Washington Post Khertek Amyrbitovna Anchimaa-Toka is widely recognized as the first female leader of a nation who did not inherit the job from her husband or her father. She also was the last leader of the ...
 Washington Post1 week ago
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Daily Current Affairs - 19th July, Tuesday

1. Vijender clinches WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight championship a) Indian boxer Vijender Singh has won the WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight championship defeating Australia's Kerry Hope, the former world number four. b) With this, ...
 PaGaLGuY1 week ago

Britain's next prime minister...

Hillary Clinton. Angela Merkel of Germany. And now Theresa May of Britain. Women rule, or soon may, three of the world's most influential democracies. They are not alone. Christine Lagarde, of France, heads the powerful International Monetary ...
 DailyNews724.com2 weeks ago Britain's next prime minister will be female. Suddenly it's women who rule (or may)  FOXNews.com3 weeks ago

Amazons On The World Stage

Globally women are grabbing political leadership positions by the scruff of the neck Bukola Ogunsina takes a look at the present day amazons who have become leading lights to their peers and to men According to a piece Women's Emancipation since ...
 Uncova2 weeks ago
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'If he moved to India, he could never return to Pakistan'

'The biggest advantage for India was its seasoned and experienced political leadership who had spent decades struggling against the Raj and had spent years behind bars.'Not a single prominent leader of the Muslim League spent one day in jail.''Gandhiji, Nehru and Sardar Patel were intelligent, shrewd men with their hands on the popular pulse.' IMAGE: Faiz Ahmed Faiz's later years were marked by constant police surveillance and arrests, none of which affected his poetry. Photograph: Kind ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Stand by your Man: The Hegemonic Harpies and World Domination

Dr June Terpstra Those who have crossed with direct eyes, to death's other Kingdom remember us—if at all—not as lost violent souls, but only as the hollow men The stuffed men. … This is the way the world ends ~The Hollow Men by ...
 Before It's News1 month ago
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