INDIA

In Bangladesh Now, Wrong Is Right

  0 comments   |     by Fazal M. Kamal

“India has done well to defend Bangladesh from the international onslaught and from the comments of human rights organisations that have followed. Against that backdrop, clearly, a new turf war has been initiated over the fate of Bangladesh. In recent months Indian mouthpieces---o

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EDITORIAL

  0 comments   |     by LISA JOURNAL ISSUE:29

We the people –Victims of Psy warfare Never in human history have we been as well-informed as today and yet the vast majority haven’t got a clue of what’s really going on in this world. That’s because whilst the super high-tech Western global media supplies tons of data,  but their theme and narratives remain most misleading.Their aim is &nbs

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Atrocities committed by Indian forces in Kashmir

  0 comments   |     by Amnesty Report

Amnesty International, in its report titled 'A Lawless Law' has termed the Public Safety Act (PSA) as a 'lawless law' and a

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Kashmir and Indo–Pak Relations: Politics of Reconciliation

  1 comments   |     by Dr. Happymon Jacob Columns by Mahmood ur Rehman

Today, Kashmir will see the release of a new anthology – entitled Kashmir and Indo-Pak Relations: Politics of Reconciliation – of Happymon J

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In India, a Spectre is Haunting Us All

  0 comments   |     by JOHN PILGER

In five-star hotels on Mumbai’s seafront, children of the rich squeal joyfully as they play hide and seek. Nearby, at the National Theatre for the Performing Arts,

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US/British Policy on Syria has Sunk

  0 comments   |     by Patrick Cockburn

December 15, 2013 "Information Clearing House

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PLIGHT OF BANGLADESH

  0 comments   |     by Special Reort

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Indian economy: Inflation at 14-month high

  0 comments   |     by A Report

Policymakers have been grappling with high prices for food staples such as onions and potatoes even after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) raised interest rates by a quarter percentage point in each of its previous two reviews.

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The Poverty of India

  0 comments   |     by Sohel Bham

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