Historical perspective of the Gaza massacre

People in Gaza and elsewhere in Palestine feel disappointed at the lack of any significant international reaction to the carnage the Israeli assault has left behind it in the Strip.

Boost quality of life to fight extremism

TURKEY, which has had a very happening 2014, saw the swearing in of a new president in early August followed by the taking over of a new premier in the latter half of the same month.

Sliding toward catastrophe

The chaotic consequences of the gradual disintegration of Pax Americana are becoming increasingly clear.

Role of youth activism in Pakistan

Imran Khan, affectionately also known as Kaptaan Khan, is making headlines as a game changer in Pakistan’s politics. His supporters, mainly the urban, educated elite, adore him.

Making the most of summer

There is nothing much about summer, is there? It’s dull, the heat is unrelenting and most of the fun people have made tracks for cooler climes, leaving you in a sticky morass of self-pity.

Other Side of the Mirror: On the receiving end of drivel

Publication Date: 2014-08-29
Can I give you some friendly advice? No, if you have to make it unfriendly. Really, it is for your own good. Oh, I thought it was for your good.
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New lessons from BJP poll blow

Publication Date: 2014-08-29
Three months ago the Modi wave was like a tsunami. It drowned the Congress. Now,in the by-elections the wave has receded alarmingly.
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From Al-Qaeda to IS, familiar games and known players

Publication Date: 2014-08-29
Those who cannot remember the past, cautioned George Santayana, are condemned to repeat it.
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Sorry and all that

Publication Date: 2014-08-29
He dropped dead. At his desk. Between 10:45 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. according to the doctor. The coffee had a skin on it. Cold. No sugar, little milk. He took care of himself.
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