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‘Ugly moral questions will hang over the stadium’

  • World football champion Lionel Messi has found himself in the middle of a big Middle East mess this week after his Argentinian team was invited to play in a World Cup warm-up match at Teddy Kollek Stadium in West Jerusalem on Saturday. Since he was a young child in Argentina, all Messi wanted...
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‘Educated in India’ brand

  • The messy higher education sector of India is set for a major overhaul provided Premier Narendra Modi can convince his ideological mentors in the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) about the efficacy of opening higher education to foreign universities. Even though, the Modi government is in favor...
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Without Arab action, Kerry’s truths mean nothing

  • Although you have to tip your hat to Barack Obama for at least trying to expose the lies of Israel’s government, the real hero in his fast-ending presidency is Secretary of State John Kerry, an American hero in every sense of the word. He was a military hero whose record was trashed by well...
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Will Hillary make it?

  • Whether the latest addendum to Hillary Clinton’s e-mail debacle is over-eager bureaucracy by FBI director James Comey, or a procedural necessity in terms of accountability, it is clear that the orthopedic boot of containment that Hillary’s team has placed on her Achilles heel of questionable...
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While I am writing (Part 1)

  • Certainly some writers are in agony and some are in trouble. They are the writers who write with conscientious awareness of responsibility and believe that God will ask them about their writings. I certainly do not mean those who write for the sake of their own interests and acquire a cheap name...
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Well done, GACA

  • A big thumbs up to the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), for giving the much-needed and much-awaited makeover to the Riyadh Airport, especially the ‘Arrival’ section.The manners and professional gesture displayed by the immigration officials was something of a pleasant surprise — their...
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Weighing pounds against ounces

  • An ounce of prevention, Benjamin Franklin famously said, is worth a pound of cure. But that is not always true when it comes to research into infectious diseases. Though scientists have traditionally tended to focus on either prevention or cure, defeating the HIV/AIDS virus will require...
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Washington’s confusion

  • I read with interest the article “Obama may shift policy on Assad” by Osama Al-Sharif (Nov. 19). US President Barack Obama had emerged as a ray of hope for millions of the oppressed people across the globe. His humble beginnings and his views on various issues before becoming the president of the...
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Violence is in BJP’s genes

  • BJP watchers were flabbergasted to see the Hindu nationalist party cringe and whinge at the Cobrapost sting operation on the Babri Mosque’s demolition and its request to the Election Commission to stop the publication and telecast of the exposé.Although the poll panel has declined the request,...
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Violence begets more violence, Mr. Obama

  • Barack Obama, a name that emerged as a ray of hope at a time when then US President George W. Bush’s hawkish policies had placed the planet particularly the Middle East on a powder keg and the world was prepping for a massive economic breakdown. The name became a symbol of hope. It were not...
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