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UK ‘unprepared’ for post-Brexit food situation : Report

Picture Courtesy : Daily Express

The UK is not ready for the most complex ever change to its food system, which will be required before …

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While the World sees China as global power, for India it is US : Survey

Picture Courtesy : Politico

We are in a truly multipolar world. The US is still ahead, but large swathes of the world view China …

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Panama papers probe : JIT finds disparities in PM Nawaz Sharif family income

Picture Courtesy : Dawn

In a setback to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, a Supreme Court ordered probe panel in its final report on …

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Mosul ‘liberated’ as Iraqi PM declares victory against ISIS

Picture courtesy : ANI

Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi on Sunday declared victory over the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group, …

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Confronting the Himalayan Environmental Crisis

    The last 12 months have marked significant progress in global renewable energy development, but the world’s most critical …

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Theoretical Reflections on the State in the Era of Trump

By Amar Diwakar How ‘Deep’ is Your State? A spate of articles and conversations have been circulating social media feeds …

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Twitter clarifies on controversial tweet by US President Donald Trump

Twitter has clarified that U.S. President Donald Trump’s ‘anti-media’ tweet does not violate its rules. Twitter told CNN that the …

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Weak and Wobbly

By Amar Diwakar The U.K. general election verdict is official: a hung parliament it is. Devoid of an overall majority, the …

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CPEC and the Environment: Good, Bad or Ugly?

Graffiti celebrates CPEC on the walls of Pakistan [Image by Zofeen T Ebrahim] By Zofeen T. Ebrahim Mohammad Saleem and …

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The iron chancellor who reunited Germany : Helmut Kohl

Helmut Kohl, the German chancellor who oversaw his country’s 1990 reunification after the Cold War, helped forge Europe’s economic and …

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