INTERNATIONAL

Uncovering the Truth Behind the Attack on the Chinese Consulate

Not too long after the attack on the Chinese Consulate, Geng Shuang, the Foreign Ministry spokesman, claimed that Beijing would not hesitate in pursuing CPEC project and ‘Pakistan will ensure safety’. The November 23 attack on the Chinese consulate in

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‘Food for Thought Fest’: What’s it All About?

The ‘Food for Thought Fest’ is a unique initiative that basically focuses on the history of South Asia, it’s common heritage, and the different influences. The fest has set a benchmark as a forum for conversations, cuisines and the exchange

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Bangladesh Seeking Corporation of Saudi Arabia for ‘Model Islam’

The syncretic Usman that is traditionally practised in Bangladesh is being undermined. This is because the country is embarking on a mosque-building project that is inspired by Saudi Arabia. Bangladesh, in an ironical move, is seeking the cooperation of Saudi

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Indian-American Scientist Girl

Twelve-year-old Gitanjali Rao, an Indian-American scientist, talks about her inspiration and creation with this writer. She is all of 12 and is known globally as girl wonder for receiving the 2017 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge. What catapulted Gitanjali

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Elections in the US: What Are The Possibilities?

American Presidency might still be a tough task for President Trump’s rivals despite the good showing of the Democrats in the midterm polls Elections in the United States are a spectacle par excellence. This is equally true for both the

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Here’s Why China Cannot Become a World Leader

In promotion of Buddhism, China is keen to become the world leader. However, this will never happen due to the gap between the Marxist theory and repression on the ground China is a country full of dichotomies. Take Buddhism. On

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Left, Right, Left

Dragging the names of war heroes in coup conspiracies, assassination plots and contrived misdemeanours for political reasons maybe the reason why Sri Lanka’s military isn’t healthy. With no effective Government in Sri Lanka after the soft coup by President Maithripala

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Afghanistan Elections: A Triumph of Democracy

The Afghanistan Elections actually taking place and the fact that a large number of women formed a queue for parliamentary elections represents a win-win of democracy. It is easy to run down the elections to Afghanistan’s 250-member Wolesi Jirga, the

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San Francisco: Top Vegan Options

San Francisco is a really photogenic city. Along with mesmerizing views, the city is also home to a number of dishes that are mouthwatering and a must try. The top food joints are not only insta-worthy, but also offer a

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Ravneet Pahwa Leads the Growth of Australian University in India

The Deputy Vice President (Global) and CEO-South Asia of the Deakin University, Ravneet Pahwa is leading the growth of the Australian University in India and established it as the first choice for higher education among Indian students The pioneering work

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