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News & Analysis

Why publicity hog Modi missed the UN session

Shahid Alam

Dhu al-Hijjah 29, 14372016-10-01

Narendra Modi loves publicity but aware that he may face tough questions about Kashmir that he would not be able answer, he decided to stay at home.

Daily News Analysis

UK parliament rejects Syria war motion

Crescent International

Shawwal 21, 14342013-08-29

British MPs mustered enough courage and common sense to reject David Cameron's motion to launch a war, this time against Syria. Aware of public weariness with wars that have caused havoc with the lives of ordinary people, the MPs, some from Cameron's own Tory party, rejected the motion leaving him humiliated. Cameron will not be able to join his American master in a new war.


News Corp. scandal provides a rare glimpse of Britain’s power elite

Crescent International

Ramadan 01, 14322011-08-01

The real oligarchic nature of democratic polities and societies, and the fact that “freedom” is actually a cover for the untrammelled exercise of power by the strong in society, are subjects that I have written about before in this column and elsewhere.

Daily News Analysis

Pakistan not amused by British PM's crude remarks

Crescent International

Rajab 18, 14312010-07-01

On his first visit to curry favour with the Indians, Britain's still green prime minister, David Cameron left his manners at home and lashed out at Pakistan. The July 28 remarks in Bangalore were not only crude but completely off base when he accused Pakistan of providing safe havens to terrorists and exporting it east and west.

Special Reports

Africa’s corruption to rise amid Western plunder

M.A. Shaikh

Jumada' al-Akhirah 18, 14312010-06-01

The report adds that countries in sub-Saharan Africa have weathered the global recession better than expected, and better than in previous, milder economic slowdowns.

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