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On the Draw July 23, 2021

The Hindu Provides Cartoons On All The Latest Topics & News From The World Of Politics, Business, Current Affairs & ...

The diminishing status of the Chinese worker

The centenary of the Communist Party of China is a chance to look at the status and role of the ...

Imagine the COVID-19 economy before Amazon and Zoom

Online services such as Zoom and Amazon have proven their worth during the pandemic. And COVID-19 may ultimately push our ...

At this point, the U.K.'s COVID-19 rules follow politics as much as science

If the last 18 months have taught us anything, its that a successful COVID-19 policy requires three things: high levels ...

The America that Israel and Palestine need

Many Muslims find it difficult to grasp why a sense of empathy for the Jewish people which is fully justified ...

Hong Kong police charge four former Apple Daily staff under security law

Hong Kong police charge four former Apple Daily staff under security law The Japan Times ...

On the Draw July 22, 2021

The Hindu Provides Cartoons On All The Latest Topics & News From The World Of Politics, Business, Current Affairs & ...

Quality and innovation

Recently a brainstorming session was held in the Ministry of Science & Technology to consider the draft of the National ...

Narratives of the past

As the Talibans victories are gaining momentum in Afghanistan, there appear to be two types of reactions here in Pakistan. ...

Organic farming should protect nature, not destroy it

Despite the advantages of organic farming over conventional practices, pristine ecological habitats are vastly better from a climate and biodiversity ...

As delta variant rages in Southeast Asia, health workers warned not to speak out

In Southeast Asian nations, health care providers calling for stronger job security and better protection against variants of the coronavirus, ...

Putins dangerous Ukraine narrative

Make no mistake: by denying Ukraines right to independence, Putin is setting the stage for war. The West must quickly ...

Japan should reopen its doors to international students

The longer the ban goes on, the less likely talented students will want to travel to Japan and the progress ...

Generation Z should fear a guaranteed income

A new paper suggests the skeptics may be right: A universal basic income may cause more harm than good for ...

Prosecutor, not persecutor

The public prosecutor has an ethical obligation to balance the interests of the victims, the accused, and society ...

Why Singapores Ugly Buildings Should Be Conserved

Why Singapores Ugly Buildings Should Be Conserved The New York Times ...

Man cannot live by the Internet alone

The real world rooted in the earth and soil can create wealth too ...

India must directly engage with Taliban 2.0

The time for hesitant, backchannel parleys is over and New Delhi has to begin open talks as it is a ...

A cardinal omission in the COVID-19 package

The Governments COVID-19 health package II again overlooks the need for and availability of health human resources ...

Weapons of mass surveillance

Reports that several countries used a malicious software, developed by Israeli cyber firm NSO Group, to spy on hundreds of ...

Letters to the Editor July 22, 2021

Under watchThe damage caused by Pegasus has far-reaching effects. The Indian government, which has not denied so far that any ...

Water as woe Editorial on Mumbais annual mayhem

Mumbai cannot manage its flooding without a new deal for drainage and housing ...

Global Trade Roars Back, But Stresses Remain

Global Trade Roars Back, But Stresses Remain The Maritime Executive ...

A compromise amid uncertainty

The OPEC deal to step up crude production will ease rising prices and balance domestic and global priorities ...

Dealing with denial Editorial on playing down the COVID-19 tragedy

India must not play down the COVID-19 tragedy, as that would hurt public confidence ...

Thailand's emergency decree needs an overhaul

The country's State of Emergency Decree became law in 2005 and since then, it has been one of the most ...

Gas emission targets must be met

The science is clear: to avoid the most damaging effects of climate change, the world must reach net-zero greenhouse-gas emissions ...

A Wuhan lockdown will not work here

Originally, I planned to write an article titled "Will it be a soft landing or hard landing?" which would have ...

Going from bad to worse

As the coronavirus pandemic worsens, the Prayut Chan-o-cha government is facing a crisis of confidence. ...

Bodies will pile high indeed, Mr Johnson

'Let the bodies pile high in their thousands," expostulated Boris Johnson in his private office, but the door was open ...

We can't just let Myanmar suffocate

Long queues of wailing Myanmar people wait daily outside Yangon's oxygen distribution depots - with scant regard for social distancing ...

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MLB roundup: Mariners overtake Astros on Dylan Moore's slam

Dylan Moore hit a grand slam with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning as the Seattle Mariners ...

Blue Jays try again to slow rolling Red Sox

The Toronto Blue Jays were reminded Monday night why a close lead late never feels safe against this year's Boston ...

A's acquire LHP Andrew Chafin from Cubs

Andrew Chafin became the latest Chicago Cubs player traded before the Friday deadline, with the Oakland A's acquiring the veteran ...

Reds look to rookie pitcher to end skid vs. Cubs

Cincinnati Reds rookie right-hander Vladimir Gutierrez has pitched at least five innings in eight of his 10 starts this season. ...

Mariners' Dylan Moore slams Astros to cap comeback

Dylan Moore hit a grand slam with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning as the Seattle Mariners ...

Phillies ride momentum from walk-off into rematch with Nats

Joe Girardi believes the Philadelphia Phillies will go as far as their pitching will take them. "If you don't pitch, ...

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