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A Vulture-Toxic Drug Still Being Prescribed in Pharmacies Across India: Researchers

More than a decade after being banned, a vulture-toxic drug is still being prescribed in pharmacies across India, according to an undercover investigation led...

Paranoia, Denial, Fraud and Cheating Begin to Define Pakistan’s National Character

By Binay Kumar Singh The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) air crash in June that killed 97 people and the circumstances causing it beg a closer...

Large Number of Children at Increased Risk of Violence, Abuse Amid Pandemic: UNICEF

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused disruptions to child protection services in more than 100 countries, leaving a large number of children at increased risk...

5 Episodes When Dhoni Proved to be the Coolest of all Captains

By Debayan Mukherjee The M.S. Dhoni we have seen in the recent past is not the one we have known over the years. The grey...

Helpless, Desperate Pakistani Hindus Convert to Islam to Overcome Troubles

(Editorial Note- The views expressed in this article have been shared from an article published at The New York Times) The lips of Hindus stumbled...

Kashmiris Celebrate First Anniversary of Abrogation of Article 370

Rejecting Pakistan's efforts to create a false narrative about abrogation of Article 370, hundreds of Gujjars, Bakarwals and other Kashmiri sightseers from Kupwara, Tangdhar...

BJP asks Bollywood to Renounce its Links with Pakistan’s Spy Agency ISI

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday asked Bollywood to renounce its links with Pakistan's spy agency ISI after pictures of several film stars...

The Roots of the Conflict in South Asia and the Escalation of Tensions

By Amin Bagheri Territorial wars have always existed in the world, and sometimes the resolution of disputes has lasted for centuries, millions of people have...

Pakistan Stops Construction of Hindu Temple At Islamabad

By Alisha Upadhyay Late June, news circulated that Islamabad was all set to build its first Hindu temple to promote interfaith harmony in Pakistan. Pakistan’s...

Beidou: China’s GPS Rival is Now Functional

By Alisha Upadhyay  There are, now, four major navigation networks. America’s GPS, Russia’s GLONASS, European Union’s Galileo, and now Beidou which reaches its operational orbit...

Covid-19 Worst Fears Seen in Poor, War-Torn Countries

For months, experts have warned of a potential nightmare scenario: After overwhelming health systems in some of the world’s wealthiest countries and regions, the...

Greatest Threat we Face Now is Lack of Global Solidarity, Leadership: WHO Head

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said Monday the coronavirus pandemic is being politicized and that a lack of global leadership to...

WHO Urges Pakistan To Impose Lockdown Amid Soaring COVID-19 Cases

The World Health Organization is urging Pakistan to impose a new round of lockdowns as the number of new COVID-19 infections there has soared...

Here’s Why China is Predictable and Not Inscrutable

As the tensions rise between India and China along the borders in Ladakh, Shekhar Gupta in his article for The Print invokes an American...

What Difference Between Chinese Domination and American Domination?

By N.S. Venkataraman Chinese government has not left anybody in doubt, about it’s ambitious target of dominating the world at any cost. Chinese government has...

Afghan Refugees in Pakistan Terribly Neglected In COVID lockdown

By Ayesha Tanzeem Nearly 2.5 million Afghans live in Pakistan as either registered or undocumented refugees. Their lives have been upended by the coronavirus lockdown, but...

“A Nuclear War Between India and Pakistan Can Lead To Worst Global Food Crisis”, Say Researchers

 A war between India and Pakistan using less than one per cent of nuclear weapons available in the world could lead to the worst...

Digital Media Giants Threaten to Suspend Services in Pakistan

A coalition comprising digital media giants Facebook, Google and Twitter (among others) have spoken out against the new regulations approved by the Pakistani government...

A Nuclear War Between India and Pakistan Can Pose a Threat To Ocean Life, Says Study

A nuclear war between India and Pakistan could worsen the impact of ocean acidification on corals, clams, oysters and other marine life with shells...

CAA, NCR and NPR: Result of India-Pakistan Partition

BY SAEED NAQVI Since the word "Partition" has figured in the discourse on CAA, NCR, NPR the mind turns towards Maulana Azad, who was fiercely...

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