Category: World Affairs

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A Vegetable Oil that Demands Blood

For the past few years or months the word ‘palm oil’ is generating a lot of bad press. And it deserves it. Because there is no other commodity in our world that’s literally used in...






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Belgian Demonstrations: An Indian view

The Belgian unions are not happy on new government lead by Charles Michael, a pro-business prime minister. Belgium faced four months deadlock in forming the government resulted in Francophone politician forming a centre right government...






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Fall of Berlin Wall & Rise of Joy

It was 25 years ago, two Berlins got together.  It is the first nation per my understanding to win over the partition. India never tried. Yugoslavia never tried. Tanzania’s case was different. Tanganyika and Zanzibar...






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EU vs RUSSIA

It is a new passive war in the post cold war against one of the cold war powers. Russian federation tastes the sanction against herself imposed by the European Union. Russian Federation acts against Ukraine...






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The Looming Threat to Avian Species

Birds are our planet’s greatest survivors. They are built to lead an unfazed life in the ice, deserts, and open oceans or even in the stuffy mountaintops. Some birds fly amazingly nonstop for days, whereas...






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Is UK OK? SCOTLAND Decides…

May be, we would be witnessing a history when this blog is published. Yes, the Scot referendum results would be out and the answer for the million dollar question ‘Would Scotland be out of UK?’...






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Media Environment in China

A government choking the freedom of press is worse than a media presenting selected truths. Countries with notoriously restrictive laws like China has always vied to keep the media in line and to use it...






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The Muslim Jesus

He was a great soul. He came down to earth to give the message of God. He was son of God. There are too many perspectives about him. He was an Indian Student, a Buddhist...