INDIA

AFTER MURREE

  0 comments   |     by Moeed Yusuf

AFGHAN President Ashraf Ghani’s efforts to woo the Taliban to the negotiating table have received a fresh lease of life — courtesy Pakistan. Prior to the much-publicised Murree meeting between representatives of the Ghani government and the Afghan Taliban a fortnight ago, many observers were busy writing obituaries of Ghani’s conciliatory policy towards Pakistan. Indeed

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Curfew in India-held Kashmir

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SRINAGAR: India-held Kashmir was largely under curfew on Friday with top separatist leaders detained to halt a planned protest march over a series of recent killings in the

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Myanmar Muslims need humanitarian aid: UN

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Nearly half a million people, mostly Muslims, continue to require humanitarian assistance: UN Humanitarian office. -AFP/File

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Syrian child photographed 'surrendering to a camera'

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This photo of a Syrian child so scarred by war that she stared into a camera lens believing it was the barrel of a gun and raised her arms in surrender has  been shared around the world. The fear in the little girl’s eyes as she bit her lip to stop herself c

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HUMANITY FAILED IN SYRIA

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Syrian child photographed 'surrendering to a camera'

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UNTOUCHIBILITY AND CASTEISM IN INDIA

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UNTOUCHABILITY & CASTEISM Still EXISTS even Today in India- 2015.. TO ALL THOSE PEOPLE WHO DENY THE EXISTENCE OF UNTOUCHABILITY AND THE CASTEISM IN INDIA................ This Video shows the bitter Truth of INDIA....& nowadays everyone talks against the Reservations -

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India police say 12 Maoist rebels killed in shoot-out

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NEW DELHI: Twelve Maoist rebels died in a gun battle with security forces in a remote forest in eastern India, police said Tuesday. Police said the fighting broke out when they tried to intercept a group of suspected guerrillas late Monday in eastern Jharkand state, a rebel stronghold. “They started firing when we tried to stop them,” said Hemant Toppo, deputy inspecto

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Genocide In Kashmir: India’s Shame

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08 February, 2015

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By banning ‘India’s Daughter’, India has committed international suicide: Leslee Udwin

  0 comments   |     by Gowhar Geelani

Leslee Udwin, the 57-year old Israeli-born British filmmaker is still in the news. ‘India’s Daughter’, Udwin’s latest documentary film on the 2012 brutal gang rape on a Delhi bus of a 23-year-old physiotherapy intern, became hugely controversial in India. Subsequently, the film was banned and also taken off from the YouTube in India, but it continues to attract m

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Promoting Injustice:The Bias of Human Rights Watch

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Over the past thirty years, Human Rights Watch has become one of the most recognized non-governmental organizations in the world due to its global promotion of human rights. But despite i

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