Did Narendra Modi Approve the Extra-Judicial Killings of 8 SIMI Activists?

On 31st October, 8 Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) activists who were under trail were gunned down by police, after it was alleged that those activists had escaped the Bhopal Jail.  Except that...

A Korean peace process is underway – but it still depends on the US...

The meeting between North Korea’sKim Jong-un and South Korea’s Moon Jae-in is certainly one of the most dramatic and momentous events in the recent history of East Asia. Beyond the symbolism of cross-border handshakes...

Can the One Iraq policy persist?

My focus is on British foreign policy over the last decade during which I have been director of the all-party parliamentary group on the Kurdistan Region in Iraq. My thesis is that the One...

Survey reveals Hindi journalists not much aware of Kashmir issue

New Delhi: Not to speak of the common citizens of India, even a vital section of the journalists has no thorough and objective idea about the Article-370 of the Constitution, which details the special...

14 Innocent Indians killed by Terrorists, Indian Government & Media Downplays the Nature of...

Terrorists have killed 14 innocent Indian citizens by opening fire at a market in Balajan Tiniali market area, a few kilometres away from Kokrajhar town in Asaam, India on Friday (5th August). The attack was carried out using...

King Salman starts historic visit to Indonesia; meets President Widodo

Jakarta (IINA) – Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and Indonesian President Joko Widodo held official talks at the Presidential Palace in Jakarta on Wednesday, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported. King Salman...

Syria’s war of extermination signals the end of the international community

Syria's war of extermination signals the end of the international community Nicolas Tenzer, Sciences Po – USPC As the aerial bombardment of Aleppo resumes, one thing is clear. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s military campaign in Syria, waged...

Myanmar’s ‘Rohingya issue’ is a regional refugee crisis – ASEAN must intervene

Myanmar’s 'Rohingya issue' is a regional refugee crisis – ASEAN must intervene DB Subedi, University of New England In June 2012, communal riots between Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims and Rakhine Buddhists first erupted in the state of...

Blasts at Lal Shahbaz Qalandar Sufi shrine kill over 70, ISIS takes responsibility

Over 72 people have been declared dead and 150+ injured in the deadly blasts that took place today at Lal Shahbaz Qalandar Sufi Shrine at Sehwan town of Sindh. Police authorities have confirmed that,...

Why violent Buddhist extremists are targeting Muslims in Sri Lanka

New clashes between Buddhist extremists and Muslims occurred in two different towns in Sri Lanka, Kandy and Ampara, in early 2018. Triggered in part by hate-filled posts spread by nationalistic Sinhala Buddhist Facebook groups, these riots resulted in...

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