Ebola: A threat that may unite mankind

As the world continues to grapple with new problems arising every new day in the Middle East and ponder a feasible solution for Syria and Iraq, especially with regards to the threat of the so-called I

Shrinking shark population

Sharks have long been portrayed as man-eaters, a menace to any swimmer brave (or foolish) enough to share the water with them. But this perception could not be further from reality.

The art of storytelling

Is it guts and glory or plain cowardice? The jury will stay out on this issue for a long time and we may never get a unanimous verdict.

Other Side of the Mirror: Plumbing the depths

There was a time when the family doctor came over, shoved a spoon in your mouth, made you gag, gave you some ghastly tasting medicine and then spent an hour talking to your parents.

‘North America is a Crime Scene’

Growing up in small town in India, my earliest introduction to the English language and fiction were ‘cowboy’ novels of Oliver Strange.

What really worked in the US

The other day, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to the US.

Why was the American killed?

The tragic incident of the shooting of an American worker took place in one of Riyadh's busiest streets. It was a Tuesday afternoon when hundreds of drivers visit the gas station.

Effective doctrine for dealing with terrorism

There was a time, as recently as 25 years ago, when military staff colleges around the world taught a reasonably effective doctrine for dealing with terrorism.

Mutilating the constitution

The present Constitution of Pakistan was ratified in August 1973. In the years that have passed since then it has suffered much abuse.

Assembly polls: A tricky situation for Modi govt

The results of assembly polls in Maharashtra and Haryana — arguably the first test by fire of the Narendra Modi government, which won an unprecedented mandate in the Indian general elections just five

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