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Other Side of the Mirror: His, hers and ours

The trouble with having common gender names is that they can get you into trouble. Like my friend Jyoti. That’s his name.



Modi’s mission begins at home

August is the month of anniversaries and memories in South Asia.



IS is now chasing Al-Surooris

Extremism has reached unprecedented level in the present time.



What’s for supper up in the sky

For 95 years, dining “à-la-airline” has taken its fair share of sneers, and jeers. The ‘bag lunch’ produced cheaper fares and increased profits. But that was then.



The ratings revolution

If the French capital is no longer Europe’s rudest city, we can perhaps thank the growth of online rating tools, such as TripAdviser.



The Great War’s forgotten soldiers

One hundred years after the start of WWI, the world has been commemorating that seminal event.



The road to schools with safety

The Ministry of Education recently received 1,200 school buses. The second batch of 9,000 is expected to be used to transport grade school kids to school.



Health in times of Ebola

In Sub-Saharan Africa, any child with a fever should receive immediate medical care to prevent death from malaria or pneumonia.



The faltering Indo-Pak ties

The Indian government has pressed the mute button on its dialogue with Pakistan.



Pakistan Army back in the driving seat

Besieged Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been assured by the country’s military there will be no coup, but in return he must “share space with the army,” according to a government source who

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