Day: March 16, 2019

Beijing have to pay for protecting Pakistan (Hindustan Times)

In the 1993 film, Groundhog Day, the lead character Phil awakens each morning to relive the same reality. That may well resonate with India’s mandarins at Turtle Bay, headquarters of the United Nations in New York City. It’s been nearly a decade since India first attempted to have Masood Azhar, founder of terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed,...

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Marvel’s new film could have used more nuanced storytelling (Hindustan Times)

One must, at the outset, acknowledge that Marvel’s latest movie is not like the 20 others that have come before it. It is an authentic, dyed-in-the-wool superhero movie, with a woman lead. And for that, it must be appreciated. But beyond that, the film is rather an ordinary take on a well-worn theme. A solo...

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न्यूजीलैंड में भीषणतम नरसंहार 2 मस्जिदों पर हमले में दर्जनों मौतें (पंजाब केसरी)

आज लगभग समस्त विश्व आतंकवाद की चपेट में आया हुआ है और आतंकवादियों द्वारा की जा रही हिंसा के परिणामस्वरूप एक-दूसरे के विरुद्ध जनभावनाएं घृणा का रूप ले रही हैं। इसका नवीनतम प्रमाण 15 मार्च को न्यूजीलैंड के क्राइस्टचर्च शहर में सामने आया जब वहां की 2 मस्जिदों पर आतंकवादी हमला हुआ। अल नूर तथा...

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भारत-यूएस संबंधों का नया पड़ाव (पत्रिका)

मनिष सि. दाभाडे, अंतरराष्ट्रीय मामलों के जानकार हाल ही भारत के विदेश सचिव विजय गोखले ने अमरीका में वहां के विदेश सचिव माइक पोम्पिओ के साथ महत्वपूर्ण मुलाकात की। गोखले ने अमरीका के तीन दिवसीय दौरे पर ‘विदेश कार्यालय परामर्श एवं सामरिक सुरक्षा संवाद’ में भारतीय राजदूत हर्षवर्धन शृंगला के साथ भारतीय प्रतिनिधिमंडल का प्रतिनिधित्व...

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War And Family Fights (TOI)

Our domestic disputes can go on, but we should unite in the face of the external enemy Chetan Bhagat Freedom of expression is one of democracy’s key pillars. It gives us a right to criticise any government policy and action and makes government accountable. But a dilemma can arise in war or near-war situations. The...

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खतरे का संकेत (जनसत्ता)

शुक्रवार को छोटे-से देश न्यूजीलैंड के खूबसूरत और क्रिकेट प्रेमियों के शहर क्राइस्ट चर्च की दो मस्जिदों पर हुए आतंकी हमले ने दुनिया को स्तब्ध कर दिया है। इस हमले में पचास लोग मारे गए और कई घायल हो गए। न्यूजीलैंड में ऐसा आतंकी हमला पहली बार हुआ है। माना जा रहा है कि यह...

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हादसे का पुल (जनसत्ता)

मुंबई में एक पैदल पार पुल के ढह जाने से छह लोगों की मौत और तीस से ज्यादा लोगों के घायल होने की घटना से फिर यही साबित हुआ है कि आम लोगों के रोजाना जोखिम से गुजरने को लेकर हमारी सरकारों और संबंधित महकमों के भीतर शायद संवेदनशीलता का घोर अभाव है। इतना तय...

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Partition, freedom and democracy (The Hindu)

Krishna Kumar Had Krishna Sobti, the eminent Hindi novelist, not died this January, she would have renovated our appreciation of the truth about freedom and Partition occurring together. We habitually forget this truth each time we learn it. An interview she gave to Partition scholar Alok Bhalla is one among many repositories of the insight...

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A fresh warning: what GEO-6 means for India (The Hindu)

The sixth edition of the Global Environment Outlook from the UN Environment Programme has come as another stark warning: the world is unsustainably extracting resources and producing unmanageable quantities of waste. The linear model of economic growth depends on the extraction of ever-higher quantities of materials, leading to chemicals flowing into air, water and land....

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Softer, slower: on Brexit vote (The Hindu)

With the overwhelming vote on Thursday to seek a delay to the exit from the EU, Britain’s Parliament might have actually given Prime Minister Theresa May another chance to push her existing deal for Brexit. A day earlier, a majority of the MPs decided to rule out, under all circumstances, Britain’s crashing out of the...

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