Tag "International news"

Chaos in the Middle Kingdom

The ‘friendship pillar’ placed in Lhasa reads: Tibetans to be happy in the land of Tibet and Chinese in the land of China. The authorities seemed in China seems to have forgotten to provide a translation of what it reads.

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Bloody Commencement of Pak Elections

It is the soldiers (Army) that has always called the gunshots in Pakistan. But when it comes to the General Election, it will disrupt the complete elected process to emerge as the arbiter of the destiny of that nation. Writing

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EU Fine on Google Makes Little Impact

The hefty five billion dollar fine that EU imposed on Google on charges of anti-competitive practices will make little difference. A five billion dollar fine that the European Commission imposed on Google on anti-competitive behaviour is just a drop in

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India has to the Balancing Act with US and China to Preserve its Strategic Autonomy

India has to play the balancing act through multi-alignment with the US and China in order to positively engage with the countries and preserve its strategic autonomy. After the second India-China Maritime Affairs Dialogue held in Beijing last week, it

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Can the Canniest Politician, Nawaz Sharif perform Houdini-like escape this time?

Nawaz Sharif, being one of the canniest politicians in the world, will try his best to get out of the jail. But can he be successful in performing a Houdini-like escape this time? Nawaz Sharif would never have imagined that

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Humanoid Robot Sophia visits India, falls in love with the ‘Colourful and Diverse’ country

Humanoid Robot Sophia, who was in India, says the country is colourful, diverse and beautiful. Developed by Hong Kong-based company Hanson Robotics, Sophia is modelled after actress Audrey Hepburn, and is known for her human-like appearance and behaviour compared to

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SAVE THE BOYS

The world is transfixed by the ongoing rescue effort for the boys trapped in a cave in Thailand and their will to survive Hardly does a story of human endeavour feature in the chaos and conflict of information and interpretation.

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The Grim Fate of Syrian Kids

Humanity has come to a standstill, and even depreciating day by day. The most innocent witnesses of this horrible truth are the children of Syria. With thousands of kids being killed, the fate of the nation seems grimmer than ever.

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Supreme Court Upholds Trump’s Travel Ban

In case closely watched by higher education, justices find that Trump was within his authority in restricting entry to the U.S. for nationals from a group of mostly Muslim-majority countries. Deep in the Bible Belt in the American South, a

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Saudi Women Drive Toward More Equality After Ban Is Lifted

Learning to drive will still depend on the goodwill of males – but for many Saudi women, the end of the ban offers a first taste of independence. Saudi Arabia lifted its ban on women driving. While the few women

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