You know they don’t want you anymore when:Your name is no longer on the list of those invited to the Company strategy meetings.
The battle is an ongoing one. Social media is nourishing it and communication apps (e.g. WhatsApp) are ‘grouping’ millions of fans.
Aijaz Zaka Syed in his column “Under siege in Pakistan” has touched upon the issue, which I have been pondering for a long time.
Saher the lost hope
THE Saudi municipal elections of 2015 are just around the corner and women will finally be allowed to fully participate both as candidates and voters.
IN a clear signal of support to the Syrian opposition, Western and Arab intelligence services met last week in Washington to discuss ways of buttressing the Syrian rebels in their bid to defeat Assad.
THE Facebook deal for WhatsApp drew attention for its whopping price tag, but has also brought out fresh criticism over security for the billions of messages delivered on the platform.
Should Arvind Kejriwal be hailed for calling it quits after a 49-day stint in power as Delhi’s chief minister?
When after years of house arrest, Aung San Suu Kyi aptly described by many as the architect of democracy and human rights was allowed to enter politics, citizens of the world must have had heaved a si
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