Opinion



No one will know who shot down MH17

That the second nightmare of international aviation should also occur with the same airline is a coincidence beyond belief.



Chinese cars in Saudi Arabia

Chinese car sales in Saudi Arabia are approaching a 2 percent market share as demand for low-cost cars rises and the Saudi car market expands.



MH17: Who did it? What next?

May be the crew who launched the missile that brought down Malaysian Airlines flight 17 over eastern Ukraine on Thursday afternoon were trained professionals, but it seems unlikely.



BJP in the eye of the storm

The controversy brewing over the meeting between Indian journalist Ved Pratap Vaidik and Hafiz Saeed (who is wanted in India) in Pakistan has created immense difficulties for the ruling Bharatiya Jana



No kidding, it’s serious

There is nothing more satisfying for a writer than to get a response from a reader. It makes it all worthwhile.



Small steps that could make a big difference

Thanks to the power and effectiveness of social media, reports about events taking place at any corner of the world reach us in just seconds.



The great income divide

Thomas Piketty’s book “Capital in the Twenty-First Century” has captured the world’s attention, putting the relationship between capital accumulation and inequality at the center of economic debate.



Where death comes knocking

What a humane way to warn people of the impending danger: First airdropping leaflets and then targeting homes and other buildings by missiles reducing the concrete structures into rubbles, of course,



FIFA must face the music

Suddenly there is this huge vacuum in our lives and we are having to readjust.



Muslims and mountains of misconceptions

Being a student of media, it never ceases to amaze me how popular perceptions and opinions are formed.

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