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The story of Telangana state: From deficit to Surplus journey

The story of Telangana state: From deficit to Surplus journey

After decades of political protests, the state of Telangana became a reality on 2nd June 2014. The aspirations of people were fulfilled lately but...
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Sedition acts and their relevance

Of course, sedition or the crime that consists of any attempt short of treason to excite hostility against the government — or more commonly,...
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Ukraine’s new foreign policy focuses on strengthening relations with powerful nations

Peace in the de-occupied Donbass, Crimea as part of our state, Ukraine an active international player - these are three key goals that will...
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Religious harmony – how far is it?

In September 2020, Charlie Hebdo, a French Magazine, published a cartoon caricature on Prophet Muhammad (Sm) that expectedly caused immediate protests across countries. Of...
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Abloom Ocean in its Affirmed Decade

United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in its 72nd session affirmed the “United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development” for the 10-year period...

The Question of the China Challenge for India

The world which has undergone considerable change during the course of the Pandemic from the way we used to interact to the way we...
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Rogue culture of the mainstream media

Traditionally, mainstream media in the United States is champion in twisting information or presenting half-truth or even lies to the audience. Immediately after the...
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Covid-19 & Vaccine prospect – What HIV/AIDS taught us

Recent media reported in India that weeks after first vaccine dose during the trial, a Minister got Covid-19. It may have hogged the headline...
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MAO College – Revisiting the Legacy of 1920

Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, while establishing the Mohammedan Anglo-Oriental College in Aligarh in 1875, had confronted several malevolent attacks. One of the major invasions...
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Cleansing drives and prospects for positive social change

Cleansing or special drives that are mainly undertaken for a certain time to reduce gross mal-practices with some drastic efforts have been mounted in...