Muzzling voices of dissent

Even as Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj was complaining about Pakistani intelligence agencies’ high-handedness and outrageous conduct toward serving Indian diplomats in Pakistan recently; back h

Why India always amazes me?

A few months ago, I got an invitation to attend an event at the NASA Mission Control Center at Johnson’s Space Center in Houston, Texas, to be held by the end of this month.

Secret behind Dubai’s success

The success of Dubai is beyond question or doubt. This city is no longer an experience or a project but rather a self-sufficient, civil entity and anyone can have his own opinion about it.

Intolerance toward hijab in Brazil

Last Sunday, March 15, a Brazilian Muslim law student, Charlyane Souza, 29, went to take the Brazilian bar exam of the Organization of Brazilian Lawyers (OAB in the Portuguese acronym) in Sao Paulo an

Saudi Press Roundup

The Houthi tactics

Sad outcome of Israeli elections

So Netanyahu is back. That’s the sad outcome of the Israeli elections. Sad, but not the end of the world.

Time for joint Arab action

Recent remarks by US Secretary of State John Kerry about negotiating with Syrian President Bashar Assad marks a significant turning point in the Syrian crisis.

Fighting EU’s nuclear ambitions

In October, the EU approved a controversial subsidy deal to allow billions of pounds of state aid for Hinkley Point C, a new nuclear reactor planned for the UK.

Sectarianism tearing Iraq apart

As memories of the Halabja massacre were refreshed with the recent anniversary, one fact comes unwillingly to mind; very little has changed in Iraq since Halabja.

Gender crimes in India

It did not take long for the report of the rape of an elderly nun in a convent in West Bengal to hit headlines across the world.

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