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New ventures for Terrorism :: By Ali Raza

Now, the situation has entirely been changed whole international community as well as entire world is witnessing that currently, emerging and most eminent threat is ISIS, which in short been created due to the wrong policies of U.S. in Iraq whereas, regional allies such as Pakistan were of the view..

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Finding Friends outside the Circle :: By Nasurullah Brohi Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

The foreign policy of any state consists of some basic principles and primary objectives of national interest like safeguarding its existence and boosting up the economic prosperity through bilateral or multilateral engagements. Right from the early days after Pakistan’s independence when the..

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IS CUBA CARING TOO MUCH? :: ANALYSIS :: By Fei Huang

While Ebola is threatening some economic giants away from the African continent, brigades of Cuban doctors have boldly marched to the frontline. Already 165 health professionals (63 nurses and 102 doctors) have been deployed in Sierra Leone to help fight the virulent epidemic. The Washington Post..

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What has Lakshmi got to do with cash? :: By Deepak Shimkhada Monday, October 27th, 2014

Tihar is celebrated for five days. On the third day, Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped for one’s well-being. Lakshmi, also referred to as Shree, is the goddess of wealth and fortune. However, many people erroneously take wealth for money. People don’t seem to understand the meaning of wealth. But..

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China tells Nepal what to do :: By Yubaraj Ghimire

China has sent a clear message to Nepal that it is keen to invest in the country but would like a secure environment for that. It has candidly prescribed some bilateral and internal arrangements. Chinese authorities recently told Nepal’s visiting Deputy Prime Minister Bamdev Gautam that a..

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PARENTS, TELEVISION AND CULTURAL CHANGE :: ANALYSIS Sunday, October 26th, 2014

By Esther Hauk and Giovanni Immordino :: The idea that television can transform culture has been prominent in the political debate, an unregulated television industry being perceived as a threat to cultural diversity. A common argument for maintaining public television is to ensure the supply of..

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TACKLING NUCLEAR TERRORISM IN SOUTH ASIA :: ANALYSIS

By Feroz Hassan Khan and Emily Burke :: Since India and Pakistan conducted their nuclear tests in 1998, every danger associated with nuclear weapons – proliferation, instability, and terrorism – has been linked to the region. And despite nuclear deterrence and the modernization of nuclear..

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How to perform Lakshmi Puja on Dipawali! :: By Ritika Handoo Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

The season has changed, the lights have been lit—smile and dress-up because the festival of lights is knocking on your door. On this festive day, be prepared to please the Hindu goddess of wealth, prosperity, fortune and luxury—Lakshmi. Diwali is synonymous with sweets, fire-crackers, gifts..

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