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“We Cannot All Succeed When Half of Us Are Held Back”: The F-word and the Struggle of the Female Emancipation

“We Cannot All Succeed When Half of Us Are Held Back”: The F-word and the Struggle of the Female Emancipation

The Republic of Gilead is the authoritarian, theocratic regime that takes over the United States in The Handmaid’s Tale, a Hulu original series based on Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel. The TV series portrays a world overrun by misogyny and radical Christianity. The residents believe in their patriarchal society, which involves the oppression of women by […]

War-zone Correspondent Lee Sin-seok: “Reaching the World’s Most Disadvantaged”

War-zone Correspondent Lee Sin-seok: “Reaching the World’s Most Disadvantaged”

  Peace was at the heart of World War II reconciliation, but countless regions across the world, particularly Asia, remain war-torn and devastated by ongoing conflict. For 15 years, war-zone correspondent Lee Sin-seok has traveled far and wide to reach refugees—those who have experienced the worst of such wars—to share in their pain and understand […]

KIM – INDIA’S POSTER BOY

KIM – INDIA’S POSTER BOY

In December 2017, a peculiar development made the headlines of Indian national news. The face and name of North Korea’s Supreme Leader, Kim Jong-un, came up bold and strong on posters. Such posters belonged to the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M), a party prominent in the southern Indian state of Kerala. A certain issue was […]

“Cultural Exchange Between India and Arab World Throughout Ages” with Egyptian Writer and Poet Ashraf Dali

“Cultural Exchange Between India and Arab World Throughout Ages” with Egyptian Writer and Poet Ashraf Dali

Ashraf Aboul-Yazid (Dali); Egyptian writer, poet and author of many books in travel literature is invited to celebrate the diamond Jubilee of Rouuzathul Uloom Association in India, in an international seminar co held by ROUZATHUL ULOOM ARABC COLLEGE & POST GRADUATE & RESEARCH DEPARTMENT OF ARABIC, FAROOK COLLEGE ON “CULTURAL EXCHANGE BETWEEN INDIA AND ARAB […]

Military standoff between India and China at Doklam Plateau

Military standoff between India and China at Doklam Plateau

On July 2015, Indian member of Parliament Shashi Tharoor, speaking at the Oxford Union Debate, made pertinent comments regarding the British. Making references to a common phrase used to illustrate the sheer extent of Britain’s power in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, he said, “No wonder that the sun never set on the British […]

Pakistan’s apex court ousts country’s remier over corruption claims

Pakistan’s apex court ousts country’s remier over corruption claims

Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Friday disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for life from holding any public office over long-running corruption allegations, a decision that ousts him from the premiership for the third time. Sharif’s ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party, one of the several factions of Muslim League linked to premier Nawaz’s name, which has […]

Samsung Electronics Plant in Bangladesh

Samsung Electronics Plant in Bangladesh

DHAKA: As the popularity of South Korea’s Samsung products continues to grow by day in Bangladesh, the company has decided to assemble an electronics plant in this country. As the initiative of the plan, Samsung is establishing a plant in Narsingdi district near Bangladesh capital, Dhaka city. The foundation stone of the manufacturing plant on 16 acres […]

Pakistan: Politics of Power for Power

Pakistan: Politics of Power for Power

With its ever growing citizen population, Pakistan has always struggled with the supply and demand of electricity. However, the problem was not so severe until the first decade of the 21st century when military dictator General Musharraf’s regime privatized the electric supply corporation, Karachi, and established distribution companies in various regions of the country, separating […]

Climate change: India and Donald Trump

Climate change: India and Donald Trump

Folk tales in any culture of the world provide wisdom. It is always wise to give heed to them. One story in the Indian folktales, “Panchatantra”, goes like this… Once there was a king, who had a pet monkey. This monkey was a fool, but was treated royally and moved freely in the king’s palace. […]

PM Modi, Paytm founder in Time’s ‘most influential people list’

PM Modi, Paytm founder in Time’s ‘most influential people list’

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma were the only two Indians to make it to an annual list of ‘100 most influential people in the world’ this year released by the Time magazine on Thursday. The list features pioneers, artists, titans, leaders and icons from around the world honored for […]

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