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Aakar Patel
A change in the United States’ immigration policy made this week by president Barack Obama will help legalise the status of about 5 lakh Indians, many of whom are from the Patel community of Gujarat.
Web | Nov 24, 2014
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Uri Avnery
Jerusalem is called "the City of Peace". This is a linguistic mistake. It is also a historical mistake. No city in the world has seen as many wars, massacres and as much bloodshed as this one.
Web | Nov 21, 2014
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George Monbiot
The blind pursuit of economic growth stokes a cycle of financial crisis, and wrecks our world.
Web | Nov 21, 2014
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Pranay Sharma
Cold, deeply-felt inequaliities lurk beneath the smugness of the Berlin Wall anniversary
Magazine | Dec 01, 2014
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Sanchita Bhattacharya
Government wakes up to the threat of cyber crime that lies outside the conventional paradigm of terrorism, but has the potential to do incalculable harm.
Web | Nov 20, 2014
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Ruma Chakravarti
One thing that a wide cross section of Australians are not remotely worried about are the allegations by Salman Khurshid about Modi bringing his own cheerleaders with him on his foreign trips.
Web | Nov 20, 2014
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Rebecca Solnit
There have always been men who agreed on the importance of what’s usually called “women’s issues”, and some who spoke up, but never in such numbers or with such effect.
Web | Nov 19, 2014
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Pallavi Aiyar
Before despairing at the seemingly impossible task of crafting a common identity out of a fractured multiplicity of nation states, the EU could look to India for inspiration.
Web | Nov 19, 2014
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John Pilger
...like a great power scorned. The siege of Julian Assange is a farce. The Americans are pursuing him because WikiLeaks exposed their epic crimes in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Web | Nov 18, 2014
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Aakar Patel
Modi is quite right to get people to accept their culpability, but wrong to then focus on cleaning up the public space. The thrust should be on individual littering and making sure that does not happen, which is a cultural aspect.
Web | Nov 17, 2014
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Uri Avnery
Jesus turned water into wine. Netanyahu is turning water into gasoline and pouring it on the flames.
Web | Nov 14, 2014
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Victor Louzon
For China, sovereignty and party loyalty trump democratic demands raised by Hong Kong and practiced by Taiwan
Web | Nov 12, 2014
Ruma Chakravarti
The Australian experience has been fairly positive since mandatory voting was introduced in 1924. Turnout consistently remains high at above 90%.
Web | Nov 12, 2014
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Pervez Hoodbhoy
Take Arundhati Roy. For one who has championed people's causes everywhere so wonderfully well, her shallow, patronizing remarks were disappointing...
Web | Nov 11, 2014
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Uri Avnery
IF ISIS had approached the borders of Israel this week, nobody in the country would have noticed. Israel was riveted to a court-room drama.
Web | Nov 07, 2014
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George Monbiot
Could the fight against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) become an historic victory for people against corporate power?
Web | Nov 07, 2014
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Ranvir Nayar
A recently released book in Paris raises concerns about the fate of Christian minorities in India
Web | Nov 06, 2014
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Ruma Chakravarti
When I first came to Australia, I had to bring kaalo jeere or nigella seeds with me, along with paanch phoran or Bengali five spice...
Web | Nov 05, 2014
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Pallavi Aiyar
The new Indonesian President presents a narrative of hope and change that echoes the wild enthusiasm and energies unleashed by his American counterpart, amidst fears that he might meet the same fate
Web | Nov 04, 2014
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Ajit Kumar Singh
The attack at Wagah re-emphasises the deepening anarchy across Pakistan, with terrorists operating at will, even within Pakistan’s 'stable' Punjabi heartland.
Web | Nov 03, 2014
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