ED accuses Kejriwal of hindering excise probe

NEW DELHI: The ED has alleged that...

Books by the Rooftop App Teach Traditional Indian Folk Arts

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In 2023, CAT ordered cancellation of Puja Khedkar’s IAS selection

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Pashto poet and activist Gilaman Wazir targeted in Pakistan, passes away

COPENHAGEN: Attacks targeting other prominent Pashtun figures have resulted in tragic outcomes. On July 7, 2024, renowned Pashto poet and human rights activist Gilaman Wazir was brutally attacked in Pakistan’s...

Why we shouldn’t shut up about #METOO

Has everybody forgiven, forgotten, and got on with life? The naming and shaming during...

Government of Meghalaya launches state’s own OTT platform, Hello Meghalaya

In a bid to promote language and culture, the Government of Meghalaya has launched...

Skin longevity: A core aspect of beauty through the ages

Skin longevity, the ability of skin to maintain its youthful appearance and health over...

Books by the Rooftop App Teach Traditional Indian Folk Arts

With numerous cultural art forms unique to its different regions and peoples, India has...

Pashto poet and activist Gilaman Wazir targeted in Pakistan, passes away

COPENHAGEN: Attacks targeting other prominent Pashtun figures have resulted in tragic outcomes. On July 7, 2024, renowned Pashto poet and human rights activist Gilaman Wazir...

Changing Dynamics of UK Parliament

LONDON: Labour MP Clive Lewis protested against swearing allegiance to the King as he hopes one day to live in a Republic of Britain. The...

‘The US is trying to secure a military base in Bangladesh’

NEW DELHI: The recent violence in Manipur is a wake-up call for the sub-region, says Squadron Leader (Retired) Sadrul Ahmed Khan, who is Member,...

Is China swindling Nepal over repayment of Pokhara airport loan?

NEW DELHI: It has been claimed that China’s loan to Nepal is being serviced at 5% and not 2%, as publicly claimed by China. Chinese...

Decoding the conflicting narratives on Moscow terror attack

It is premature to exonerate or blame Ukraine and the Western agencies of having masterminded the terror attack in Moscow. The horrific terror attack on...

2 YEARS OF WAR: Will Nato be able to turn the tide against Russia in Ukraine?

It may be too late for the Ukrainians to realise that Zelenskyy’s wish to join NATO has been too costly for them. BACKDROP At the commencement...

Indonesia’s democratic journey: From Sukarno to Subianto

Prabowo Subianto’s ascent to prominence reflects the intricate interplay between family legacies, military affiliations, and political ambitions within the Indonesian context. Prabowo Subianto, a former...

Sacking of Gen Zaluzhny in Ukraine brings to fore a friction

On 08 February, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced that he was removing General Valerii Zaluzhny from command of the military, and promoting General Oleksandr...

Infant corpses discovered in vacated ICU in Gaza hospital

GAZA BORDER Decomposed bodies of infants were found in the evacuated ICU of Al-Nasr Hospital in Gaza, shedding light on the tragic aftermath of the...

The U.S. informs UN of non-support for immediate Gaza ceasefire calls

NEW YORK Robert A Wood, Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Representative of the United States to the UN, said that his country does not support calls...

Testing times for India-US diplomacy amid Khalistan controversy

New Delhi ‘Care needs to be taken to clear the picture on the non-involvement of any Indian government employee in Pannun case.’ A tactful handling of...

Neither Russia nor Ukraine will achieve one-sided victory

Delaying a resolution is only multiplying the costs of war in terms of human and economic terms. NEW DELHI On 7 October 2023, President Putin was...

Blinken holds Hamas responsible for resumption of war with Israel

DUBAI US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Saturday that the pause in the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict ended due to Hamas, claiming the terror...

South Korea launches military spy satellite amid threats from NK

SEOUL Amid growing threats from North Korea, South Korea successfully launched its first indigenous military spy satellite from a US military base in California on...

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