Third front in India: Distant dream or soon-to-be reality?

Traces of a third front could be seen when 14 parties shared the dais in New Delhi late last month and vowed to fight the “threat of communalism” at a gathering organized by the Left parties.

Pakistan may take military action against TTP

The Pakistani Taleban’s appointment of a new hard-line leader opposed to peace talks and with a long history of attacks against the military could push the army into launching a fresh offensive, ana

Editorial: Extend sanctions on Iran for supporting Assad

In Geneva this week, there was both despair and hope.

Morocco heading for more prosperity

It is a five-and-a-half hours f

Crackdown against illegals

Saudi authorities have launched a vigorous crackdown against illegal expats who did not avail of the seven-month amnesty period granted by the Kingdom to correct their status.

Kerry’s visit to KSA

This has reference to US Secretary of State John Kerry’s visit to Saudi Arabia.

Well done, India!

India has successfully launched its first spacecraft bound for Mars, a complex mission that it hopes will advance technologies for space travel.

Editorial: The clampdown and its consequences

AND so the long-promised clampdown has begun. Raids by Labor Ministry officials are producing thousands of illegals every day.

Other Side of the Mirror: The blight of the specials

There are two kinds of editors that drive me up the wall.

What went wrong in Iraq?

Nothing good is coming out of Iraq. Until the end of October this year more than 7,000 Iraqis had died in terrorist attacks and ethno-sectarian violence.

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