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Putin holds all the aces in a proxy war, gone horribly wrong for West

West is forced to negotiate with Russia after three months of latter’s intervention in Ukraine to get rid of Ukronazis and creeping NATO’s footsteps...

Mass shootings in US are simple to understand but difficult to change

What is the deeper reason behind what appears to be a sudden spike in the number of random and/or mass shooting episodes in Umrika...

Kejri, Kejri, Kejri: When would your chicanery stop?

Indian Express today has a screaming four-column headline: “Proud to be city with most CCTVs, better than London and New York: Kejriwal”. Earlier this...

Olympic Games: When airlines refused to pick Gill in view of Khalistanis’ threat

Called the greatest show on earth, the Olympic Games are celebration of human excellence, behaviour and endeavour. It is dream of every athlete on...

This Indian team in England smacks of a scandal of neglect to me

Who’s taking calls on India’s tour to England?  The team went to England for the World Test Championships (WTC) finals on June 3, quarantined either...

Coal mafia: Shouldn’t somebody in West Bengal owe responsibility?

Bengal’s super fugitive coal dealers, Anup Majhi — Lala to his friends — and his deputy Joydeb Mondal, have been interrogated by a host of investigating...

‘Pakistan here, with Kashmiri Pandit women but without their men’

January 19 is a very, very special day for all Kashmiri Pandits (KPs), a day which they mark as Holocaust Day, both collectively and...

Anglo-Saxon world collapsing: Why Indian media is stuck in ‘Uncle Tom Syndrome’?

To anybody but the voluntarily blind colonial slaves, the Anglo-Saxon world of dollar hegemony is collapsing faster than the speed at which Great Britain...

Sharif senses his moment against Imran Khan; Saudis only too keen to help

As the wheel of political events in Pakistan turn at a stupendous velocity, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had been charged with sedition charges. ...

History’s blowback: An Indian who owns East India Company and more

We all know that East India Company was a precursor to formal British rule in India. Well, nowadays its owned by an Indian industrialist,...

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