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Opinion  /  Published 17.10.21

Letters to the Editor: No excuse is too lame when it comes to buying more books

Colourful sight Sir — The standard bookshelf is organized by subject or author, but the latest social media trend is to colour code books. While the obsessive reader often does not care how boo...
By The Telegraph

Opinion  /  Published 15.10.21

Novel case: Dispute over Nagorno-Karabakh

Armenia and Azerbaijan were in the news in September 2020 on account of their territorial dispute in Nagorno-Karabakh. On September 16, 2021, Armenia instituted proceedings against Azerbaijan before t...
By Prabhakar Singh

India  /  Published 09.10.21

Will ramp up jab production, India tells UN

India has informed the UN that it will ramp up its production capacity as new Indian vaccines come on stream, emphasising that the supply chains of raw materials must be kept open as COVID-19 vaccines...
By Yoshita Singh in United Nations

World  /  Published 09.10.21

Myanmar army plans worry UN

The UN human rights office said on Friday it is concerned the military in Myanmar could be preparing an imminent attack aimed at its opponents amid a build-up of heavy weapons and troops in areas of t...
By Reuters in Geneva

Opinion  /  Published 08.10.21

Guns over roses: Transnational terrorism

The disturbing images of the attack on the Kabul airport in August were a reminder of the grave threat posed by terrorism. With the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan, the international community...
By Aishwarya Harichandan


India  /  Published 07.10.21

India slams Pakistan at UN

Pakistan is the biggest perpetrator and supporter of terrorism and masquerades as its victim and should stop cleansing its own minorities including Hindus, Christians, Sikhs, and Buddhists, India has ...
By Yoshita Singh in United Nations

India  /  Published 07.10.21

'Insecurity’ in teacher jobs: UN report

Short-term contracts, part-time jobs and outsourced hiring have become commonplace in teacher recruitment at India’s schools, with teachers at private schools worse off in terms of social-sector...
By Basant Kumar Mohanty in New Delhi

World  /  Published 02.10.21

Got India's Covishied: UNGA chief

President of the 76th session of the UN General Assembly Abdulla Shahid has said he had received the two doses of the Covishield vaccine manufactured in India, as have a large portion of other countri...
By Yoshita Singh in United Nations

Opinion  /  Published 28.09.21

Selling a mirage: Modi at UNGA

The markers of assessing Indian democracy are, evidently, undergoing a transformation. Speaking at the United Nations General Assembly, the prime minister — typically — cited his own examp...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 27.09.21

For an open, better world

June 13, 2021, was a momentous day for the leading democracies of the world. The president of the United States of America, Joe Biden, travelled to the United Kingdom to attend the G-7 summit. On that...
By Ashim Bhuyan


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