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  • New power game and polls

    LISTENING to the speeches at the hustings, one wonders whether the political leaders vying for power have anything new to…

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  • Transforming Slums

    IT is the slum that earned Hollywood millions of dollars. Dharavi, the slum pictured in the 2008 blockbuster movie Slumdog…

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  • The curse of being busy

    THERE used to be a time when the ultimate symbol of a good life was being able to have plenty…

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  • The judgement and after

    IT ranks among those inglorious decisions taken by the top court which have been long remembered for breaching democratic norms.…

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  • Criminal Silence over Genocide

    THE genocide being carried out by Israeli forces in Gaza has entered its fourth month with, on average, a child…

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  • Trumpistan

    JANUARY 6, 2024, fell on a Saturday, marking two years since a furious mob of Donald Trump supporters stormed the…

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  • Election Year

    AROUND 40 countries representing almost half the world’s population will either elect new rulers or endorse existing ones in the…

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  • The game is on

    IT has been a year one would like to forget. But for a country caught in the vortex of volatility,…

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  • Unprepared for Pandemics

    ONE of the most terrifying things about the Covid-19 pandemic was that the world was very unprepared for a global…

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  • Remembering Benazir

    SIXTEEN years ago this day, Benazir Bhutto became the highest-profile victim of terrorism. The wound inflicted by the assassination of one of…

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