Wed, 26 Jun 2019

Brunei Stoning Punishment for Gay Sex and Adultery Takes Effect Despite International Outcry

Brunei Stoning Punishment for Gay Sex and Adultery Takes Effect Despite International Outcry The New York Times A harsh new ...

Democracy pushes back against Erdogan in Turkey

Democracy pushes back against Erdogan in Turkey Los Angeles Times On the surface, Sunday's mayoral election in Istanbul centered on ...

Building a global urban narrative - analysis

The story of Indias urban development is one of economic growth and upward social mobility ...

Is FATFs warning to Pakistan enough?

It must instead focus on getting Islamabad to deliver on its action plan against terror ...

Teachers can excel only when provided with a strong support system - analysis

To attain the best learning outcomes in classrooms, we must make systematic efforts to empower teachers ...

Opinion -Protect our children from the dangers of the Internet - analysis

The complete elimination of online child sexual abuse requires a structured and unified response at global levels ...

You can trademark whatever words you want now

The Supreme Court takes a big step toward an absolute view of free speech by allowing the registration of a ...

Politicians must address retirement concerns

The government needs to make information about the public pension system more transparent and easy to understand. ...

The U.K.'s giant delusion of sovereign control

In today's deeply interdependent world, the idea of "getting our country back" is fundamentally, intellectually and factually flawed. ...

A new Cold War liberalism?

As cold war rhetoric escalates, progressive critics of China must find an independent voice. ...

In defense of the not-so-cute animals

Understanding how "puppy dog eyes" are manipulating us shouldn't make us love our pets less. But give wolves a chance. ...

Regional revitalization agenda revisited

The government needs to reconsider its efforts to achieve regional revitalization. ...

Taiwanese should prepare for lengthy war

As late as a few months ago, there were mournful predictions of eventual and destined absorption of Taiwan by China. ...

EDITORIAL- Still no action on refugee act

On World Refugee Day on Thursday last week, lawmakers and civic groups issued a reminder that Taiwan still does not ...

Better data needed to fight worms

A day with no articles on the status of the fall armyworm infestation brings news that suggests we are ready ...

Devoid of principle- on TDP crisis

The defection of four TDP Rajya Sabha MPs to the BJP raises troubling questions ...

V.R. Laksminarayanan- A role model for civil servants

VRL was MGRs surprise choice to head the Tamil Nadu Police in the early 1980s. ...

Numbers and the future

That India is likely to overtake China as the most populous country by 2027 and be home to 1.64 billion ...

Basic needs, basic rights- on aftermath of Bihar AES death

India must recognise the right to a minimally decent life, so that no person falls below a certain level of ...

N. Chandrababu Naidu, a leader in his labyrinth

The road ahead seems to be a bumpy one for Nara Chandrababu Naidu ...

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Pakistan take 2-nil lead against SA U19's

Cape Town - A game-changing 73-run partnership between Rohail Nazir and Haris Khan was the difference as Pakistan defeated the ...

Break dancing provisionally approved for Paris Olympics

PanARMENIAN.Net - The International Olympic Committee voted overwhelmingly Tuesday, June 25 in support of adding break dancing to the roster ...

CWC'19: Key players to watch-out in New Zealand-Pakistan clash

New Delhi [India], June 26 (ANI): Unbeaten New Zealand will lock horns with Pakistan on Wednesday to confirm their spot ...

Health warnings and speed limits as Europe bakes in heatwave

As Europe sizzled Tuesday at the start of a heatwave tipped to break records, drivers on Germany's famously speedy motorways ...

Italy beat China to reach Women's World Cup quarter-finals

Paris - Italy reached the Women's World Cup quarter-finals for the first time in nearly three decades after beating China ...

CWC'19: Mitchell Starc becomes leading wicket-taker

London [UK], Jun 25 (ANI): Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc on Tuesday displaced England fast bowler Jofra Archer to become ...

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Abbott Ireland announces expansion plans, new jobs

DONEGAL, Ireland - Announcing plans to expand its workforce in Donegal, the U.S. healthcare giant Abbott unveiled plans to create 500 new jobs in the country.Abbott Ireland currently hires c ...

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