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US election 2016: Donald Trump's candidacy set to  change the Republican Party
Melbourne Age

Dear Republicans: Your Party is ill.

Dear Republicans: I know that you don't like me criticizing your political party, but I have good cause for doing so. Our nation needs at least two major political parties in order to prevent the nation from drifting into any kind of extremism. So, ... Before It's News, 1 week ago
Big donors urge Republican Party to drop Trump The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago

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Jo Moir: A resurgence of the Maori Party would cause problems for National, Labour and NZ First

Maori Party co-leader Marama Fox made headlines when she said the party refused to support former prime minister Helen Clark's bid for the top UN job. OPINION: There's a lot riding on the resurgence of the Maori Party. A year out from the ...
 The Press NZ2 weeks ago Vietnamese party chief stresses importance of renewing growth model  Xinhua News Agency2 weeks ago The Party  CounterPunch2 weeks ago PML-N election to bring no major change in party  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago
Indian Express

Terrorism root cause of unrest in Kashmir: Ram Vilas Paswan

The Union Minister for Food and Public Supplies also hit out at the separatists for giving cold shoulders to the all-party delegation, which had gone to meet them last month to discuss the Kashmir unrest. Stating that terrorism was the root cause ...
 Indian Express1 week ago Terrorism root cause of unrest in Jammu and Kashmir: Paswan  Times of Oman1 week ago

Pakistan is committed to the Kashmir cause: Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said Kashmiris were fighting for their right of self-determination and Pakistan would continue to support them Islamabad:Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday said India will be mistaken if it equates ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago OIC backs our stance on Kashmir: Pakistan  catchnews.com1 week ago India blamed Pakistan for Uri attack without evidences: PM  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Nawaz Sharif: Pak ready to defend itself  Asian Age3 weeks ago

Left, right coming together on GM, PSU land sale

BMS, BKS and SJM are trying to forge common cause with outfits on the other side of the ideological divide over the government’s policies they are not in agreement with. Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh-affiliated organisations are increasingly lending their voice to those at the other end of the ideological divide on certain issues where there’s a meeting of minds. These include opposition to the government’s move to sell the land of closed public sector undertakings and allow ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Mulayam and the Samajwadi Party house of cards

How he hopes to retain his fort is anyone's guess, says Nazarwala, the man who called right the 2007 and 2012 UP elections. It seems that Mulayam and chaos seem to be made for each other! After all, that is what looms large in the Samajwadi Party. Although ambitions have somehow been kept under check in the past, time is running out for the vulnerably ageing patriarch. Although Mulayam could have formally inducted resourceful 'friend' Amar Singh into the party any time, he didn't dare do so ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

I need the power first to further my cause: Irom Sharmila hints at JD(U) support

Amid rife speculations about plans for her future in politics, human rights activist Irom Chanu Sharmila, who ended her 16-year-long fast against the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) has said that the Janata Dal United has offered their support to her ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago Irom Sharmila hints at JD (U) support, says Manipuris 'misunderstood me'  Sify2 months ago Sharmila’s challenge  Asian Age1 week ago

Indian-origin lawyer among controversial UK peerages

An Indian-origin human rights lawyer's elevation to the House of Lords as a Labour peer today caused a controversy after the party's deputy leader criticised the timing of her nomination. Shami Chakrabarti, a former director of UK-based human ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Yadav family feud wont cause Samajwadi Party split, knew Amar Singh would hurt party: Azam Khan

Downplaying the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadavs move to sack his uncle Shivpal Yadav, who is considered to be Amar Singhs loyalist from his Cabinet, senior Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan said on 23 October that this development in no way ...
 catchnews.com5 days ago Mulayam suspends Ram Gopal Yadav after Akhilesh sacks Shivpal: Samajwadi Party feud latest updates  catchnews.com5 days ago Shivpal meets Akhilesh but will that end the feud in Mulayams family?  catchnews.com2 months ago
The Times Of Israel

Nazi jargon revival causes alarm in Germany

BERLIN (AFP) Long-banished German words and phrases linked to the country's Nazi past have been revived by far-right politicians railing against the migrant influx, sparking comparisons to the 1930s. The re-emergence of formerly taboo words has ...
 The Times Of Israel2 weeks ago Luegenpresse und Volksverraeter: Nazi jargon revival causes alarm in Germany  Business Insider UK2 weeks ago Nazi jargon revival causes fresh alarm in Germany  Asian Age2 weeks ago
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