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President Putin’s recent statements are highly resonating

President Putin’s recent statements are highly resonating

By: Aditya Vashisht Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent discourse at the 19th Annual Valdai Discussion Club is intriguing. His words along with their context are not new, but the further elaboration of this context by the Russian President is welcome, especially during a time when his country is locked in a war with its neighbor, […]

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India Water Week – 2022

India Water Week – 2022

By: Pankaj Kumar The Department of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation, Ministry of Jal Shakti, Government of India is organizing the 7th India Water Week – 2022 (IWW-2022) during 1-5 November 2022 at India Expo Center, Greater Noida, adjacent to National Capital Region, Delhi. The event will be the seventh in line since […]

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The increasing craze for government jobs among the youth of India

The increasing craze for government jobs among the youth of India

By: Priyanka Saurabh The mindset of our parents is the most important reason in our life. The parents of the present generation of students are very much obsessed with government jobs as these jobs were lucrative in their time. Also, due to the paucity of good private companies at that time, government jobs used to […]

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Does the U.S. Chip Ban on China Amount to a Declaration of War in the Computer Age?

Does the U.S. Chip Ban on China Amount to a Declaration of War in the Computer Age?

Sanctions can at best slow China from taking the global lead in chip manufacturing. At their worst, they will raise the chances of chip wars spilling into a physical or economic sphere.

By: Prabir Purkayastha The United States has gambled big in its latest across-the-board sanctions on Chinese companies in the semiconductor industry, believing it can kneecap China and retain its global dominance. From the slogans of globalization and “free trade” of the neoliberal 1990s, Washington has reverted to good old technology denial regimes that the U.S. […]

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Rising stroke in young – is it an upcoming epidemic in India?

Rising stroke in young – is it an upcoming epidemic in India?

Early treatment, Immediate attention can help prevent deaths, disability in cases of Stroke

By: Dr Vipul Gupta It is no hidden truth that our country and the world have not fully recovered from the effects of the pandemic and are still facing challenges in the healthcare sector on a daily basis. One such incident is the rise in the number of cases of Brain Strokes. India is said […]

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Rishi Sunak: The not so Indian PM of UK

Rishi Sunak: The not so Indian PM of UK

What is there for India?

By: Nasir Dar Britain has a new Prime Minister- Rishi Sunak. We will be coming back to him in a moment. But first, let us acknowledge the absolutely chaotic and embarrassing political turmoil that the Britain has been going through in last few months. Rishi Sunak is UK’s third Prime Minister in less than seven […]

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Be responsive to environmental concerns

Be responsive to environmental concerns

By: Dr Firdoos Ah Wani The majority of us want a cleaner and safer environment, yet none of us are willing to make significant adjustments to our habits to achieve this goal. Kashmir has recently undergone not just significant changes in climatic conditions but the bio-diversity seems to have taken a hit. The acts of […]

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The West Must Stop Blocking Negotiations Between Ukraine and Russia

The West Must Stop Blocking Negotiations Between Ukraine and Russia

By: Vijay Prashad Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022. This war has been horrendous, though it does not compare with the terrible destruction wrought by the U.S. bombardment of Iraq (“shock and awe”) in 2003. In the Gomel region of Belarus that borders Ukraine, Russian and Ukrainian diplomats met on February 28 to begin […]

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Diwali- the festival of lights, happiness, gifts and belssings!

Diwali- the festival of lights, happiness, gifts and belssings!

By: Priyanka Saurabh The “festival of lights” is known as Diwali and is a Hindu, Sikh, and Jain religious festival that begins on the 13th day of darkness. The half cycle of the moon ends on the second day of the Shukla Paksha of Ashwina and the lunar month Kartik. Deepavali, which means “row of […]

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Why does Bangladesh need Saudi Arabia’s investment in the power and energy sector urgently?

Why does Bangladesh need Saudi Arabia’s investment in the power and energy sector urgently?

By: Samina Akhter With the aim of increasing bilateral trade and mutual economic cooperation, special attention must be paid to the ‘Middle East’. Bangladesh seeks cooperation in at least 12 sectors from the top ten countries of the Arab world or the Middle East to overcome the ongoing power and energy crisis, the impact of […]

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