In a new evaluation of 1,000 universities worldwide published in Jeddah last week, Arab schools performed poorly.
Turkey's dramatic change of policy toward Daesh is probably the most important development in the international war against the militant group in years.
Educational institutions run by India’s religious minorities are suddenly in the gun-sights of an assertive Hindu Right which has tasted power after a long gap of 10 years.
In 1950, people in South Korea and Pakistan earned roughly the same amount of money annually. Today, the two countries are scarcely comparable.
The spring in Barack Obama’s step, most recently spotted in Kenya and Ethiopia on the first visits by a sitting US president to these countries, in the autumn of his presidency is surprising for most
Now that Indian cricketer Sreesanth has been found innocent of all charges in match fixing it seemed ridiculous that the BCCI insists on maintaining the ban on his playing.
In continuation with our column yesterday, the spurning of the truce is regrettable.
As much of the Middle East sinks deeper into division between competing political camps, the terror outfit, Daesh, continues its unhindered march toward a twisted version of a Muslim caliphate.
The US administration’s deal with Iran regarding its nuclear program, which ends sanctions and paves way for openness with Iran, was viewed by some as a mean move by Washington against its old allies
A United National Security Council (UNSC) overhaul is long overdue.
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